Respect your Elders the Elderberry!

Respect your Elders the Elderberry!
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Respect your Elders the ElderberryRespect your Elders, the Elderberry! Pretty sure nearly all of us have heard that command at one time or the other, and in reality it’s good advice! And as much as I do respect my elders they aren’t what or who this weeks show is about. I’ll be talking about elder’s for sure not just human ones. Join me on this show when I’ll be respecting the Elder, the Elder Berry tree. It’s said that when you want to harvest the flowers or the berries that you must first ask the Elder Mother Tree permission. The Danish believed that the elder plant was protected by Hyldemor, the Elder Mother. It was important to ask for permission before cutting an elderberry tree or else it could bring you bad luck and misfortune. Read more “Respect your Elders the Elderberry!”

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Raising chickens?

Should I be raising chickens?
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raising chickensChickens, the egg before the hen or the hen before the egg? An age ole question and at this stage of the game does it matter? Chickens lay eggs and eggs turn into chickens, both are good tasting and nutritious and are the key to the show “Chickens to be or not to be” on the Other Side of a Preppers Path. In a short series of shows we will travel down the path of raising chickens. Our first installment is aptly titled “ To be or not to be, should I be raising chickens?” Read more “Raising chickens?”

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The Dandelian, a boon to some bust for others!

The Dandelion a boon to some bust for others!
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The Dandelion a boon to some bust for othersNow really how does one not smile at the brilliant yellow blossoms dotting the country side or perhaps your lawn each spring and summer! Ok Ok I know dandelions are one of the most common and despised weeds of those keepers of pristine lawns. But really the dandelion is just as useful as it is prolific. I like to think of them in that line with rabbits, they just multiply and multiply! In reality that’s a huge boon, the dandelion’s benefits are incredible, just a little unsung. Read more “The Dandelian, a boon to some bust for others!”

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Gardening on the vertical

Gardening on the vertical!
Lynna… “A Preppers Path” Audio player provided below!

Gardening on the verticalWill old man winter never loosen his grasp? That’s the question up here in the wilds of Northern Idaho. Easter has come and gone the first day of spring was weeks ago and poof it snowed April 7th! Talk about a bit depressing, we just saw grass, ok it was still brown but still! Time to hit the seed catalogs and gardening books, somethings gotta give! Read more “Gardening on the vertical”

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Hen Fruit (Eggs) to the Rescue!

Hen Fruit (Eggs) to the Rescue!
Host: Lynna… “A Preppers Path” Audio player provided!

Hen Fruit (The Egg) to the RescueDid you remember to eat your fruits and vegetables? Truly a positive behavior when it comes to our health. Most of us don’t get nearly enough whole foods including our fruits and vegetables which provide us nutritious and healthful benefits. While hen fruit isn’t actually a fruit or vegetable the benefits of hen fruit are incredible. Perhaps that’s why we hear the slogan the Incredible Edible Egg!

Because the hen’s egg is actually Incredible and Edible. Years ago during the cholesterol hoopla eggs were given a bad wrap and many stopped Read more “Hen Fruit (Eggs) to the Rescue!”

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A Rose by any other name?

A Rose by any other name?
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A Rose by any other name?In our busy world we often overlook what is right in front of us. In our quest to make things easier and better than, we forget that man still has yet to improve on Mother Nature. The rose for many has been relegated to the florist shop and perhaps something to be enjoyed in a garden or used as a symbolic gesture of love or friendship or maybe even I am sorry. What many have forgotten is the real value this beauty holds for us beyond a sweet aroma and vibrant color. Read more “A Rose by any other name?”

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The Benefits of Social Media in Prepping

The Benefits of Social Media in Prepping
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The Benefits of Social Media in PreppingIn past shows I have talked about the dangers of social media and the internet. This episode I will flip the switch and talk about the benefits of social media in prepping. We often see the dangers of the internet, the bad people that lurk behind the computer screen, identity theft, predators, viruses, scammers Read more “The Benefits of Social Media in Prepping”

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