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Old 10-21-2008, 08:22 PM
 
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Im moving permently Home-- have always spent time in the bush living but will now build a place on the road system.

I am anxious to meet Christians.

In Kenai , Wasilla , Eagle River , Palmer , Talkeetna , Fairbanks , and other places. PM or reply for tips on Congregations please-- I know theres lotsa you--

Times are going to all heck in a handbasket and weve only seen up to part three of Ten .
Anyone I welcome PMs and I give the straight up truth as well PM.

Good luck to all -- What a disaster the mind/will of man has ceated in this land, you know whos running this program and it isnt God.
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Old 10-22-2008, 10:37 AM
 
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Mountainman, I though you felt safer living self-sufficient in the bush? Just curious why the change of heart?
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Old 10-22-2008, 01:01 PM
 
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Mountainman, I though you felt safer living self-sufficient in the bush? Just curious why the change of heart?
Probably couldn't pull in HBO on the satellite.
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Old 10-22-2008, 01:03 PM
 
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He probably is taking into consideration the fact that he has to work for a living, like most people, so he'll need to be in a more populated area.
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Old 10-22-2008, 07:10 PM
 
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Probably couldn't pull in HBO on the satellite.

LOLOL-- No CNBC B.O. and watch Cramer-- ya know that guy started his show to try and help/make amends to all the sheople he fleeced during his hedge fund days--- and look now the sheep are getting fleeced again-- LOLOLOL--- Hes got millions in dirty money and he knows it. Good luck.

I mean Ya cant make this stuff up -- got a bunch more BM ar steel-- gonna be good as currency in the Bizarro MONSTER DEPRESSION that is gonna devour the western world.

No I figure we got about 2-3 more years before WWF Superdome 'Main Event' living descends upon Chicago and everyother cesspool Metropolis . So gonna punch into the Union and get as many paper IOUs as I can while I find what Im lookin for out THERE , Alakshak's a big state ya know. Still drawn to the Interior so big and free, but the damn winters are so cold, was hard to have a normal life at 50 below.

Have a good trip Mates
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Old 12-09-2008, 05:56 PM
 
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We always seem to think that changing scenery will change our life. The only problem with this idea is that we bring ourselves along. Our family is considering a move up to Alaska as a place of refuge from the coming collapse. We are Christians and want to raise our family in a secure environment where we can grow our own food and harvest what God supplies from His earth. Any thought on where to locate, mild climate, good soil?

I appreciate your analysis of the collapse of our financial system. Though man implemented the collapse God brought causative agent as He hates unjust weights and measures.
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Old 12-09-2008, 10:01 PM
 
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We always seem to think that changing scenery will change our life. The only problem with this idea is that we bring ourselves along. Our family is considering a move up to Alaska as a place of refuge from the coming collapse. We are Christians and want to raise our family in a secure environment where we can grow our own food and harvest what God supplies from His earth. Any thought on where to locate, mild climate, good soil?

I appreciate your analysis of the collapse of our financial system. Though man implemented the collapse God brought causative agent as He hates unjust weights and measures.
Here is a place to consider if you want your own garden.

http://www.uaf.edu/ces/publications/freepubs/HGA-00237.pdf (broken link)

It looks informative.

But if all else fails, you can fall back on this:

http://www.talkeetnadesign.com/Images/graphic_design/writing/CONTAINER%20GARDENS.pdf (broken link)
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Old 12-09-2008, 10:21 PM
 
Location: Palmer
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We always seem to think that changing scenery will change our life. The only problem with this idea is that we bring ourselves along. Our family is considering a move up to Alaska as a place of refuge from the coming collapse. We are Christians and want to raise our family in a secure environment where we can grow our own food and harvest what God supplies from His earth. Any thought on where to locate, mild climate, good soil?

I appreciate your analysis of the collapse of our financial system. Though man implemented the collapse God brought causative agent as He hates unjust weights and measures.
Mild Climate?

You can grow your own food in Alaska but you will need a greenhouse to get much of a variety I think. Root crops grow great, as does broccoli, peas, cabbage and some others. But it is harder to grow some other crops.

If you work at it you can definetely grow your own crops here. Potatos are always a good bet.

I think Rance grows most of his.

Of course, you can allways by canned crops...ooops.
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Old 12-09-2008, 10:26 PM
 
Location: Nome
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Old 12-09-2008, 10:33 PM
 
Location: Naptowne, Alaska
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With a little work...gardens do well here. I have to give away wheel barrow loads every year.
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