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The basics of water and just how important it is.

Lynna 100It’s raining it’s pouring the ole man is snoring! Don’t snooze away the next editions of the Other Side of a Preppers Path as Lynna drives into the world of water. Water water everywhere, is there a drop to drink? Preppers and non-preppers have this element very much in common, WATER.  It’s a fact without water we and most everything else ceases to exist.  How much water is there, is it infinite do we really need to worry?  Come check out the basics of water and just how important it is as we navigate from power generation to water collection. Sunday St Patricks day 3/17/2013.  Don’t be a wet blanket and miss this show there will be something for everyone!

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A Preppers Path, Survivor Jane, and Water

WATER the 3rd 3 in the Rule of 3′s. A resource we cannot live without! Whether it’s a true major national disaster or a personal trauma such as getting lost we must have Water. Our special guests on this episode of The Other Side of a Preppers Path  are brothers, Stanley and Kelly Gaddy ,owners of Carolina Water Tank, along with our favorite lady survivor, SurvivorJane. The Gaddy’s between them have a whole arsenal of information and products regarding WATER including accreditation with American Rainwater Catchment Systems Association. We covered the gamete from design & installation of rainwater harvesting systems to what products are available to the prepper community in the way of collection and storage. Carolina Water Tanks through Stanley and Kelly strive to become self reliant and assist others with all their water needs. Tune in and find answers to a wide array of questions such as  How can rainwater be used and why? Why does rainwater need to be handle differently than spring water? How does a spring system work? Listen to this show in player below!

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