Episode-2216- Listener Calls for 5-10-18

jackspirkoToday on The Survival Podcast I take your calls on food production, volcanoes, fishing, home construction, artichokes, gardening, airguns and more.

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  • Getting into food production fast on new property
  • An on the ground report on the volcanic activity in Hawaii
  • Setting up a fishing kit for a new or returning fisherman
  • Building a new house, what would I do from a blank slate
  • The right way to cook and eat an artichoke
  • Bringing in top soil for lawn and garden
  • Choosing an air pistol for small game hunting

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4 Responses to Episode-2216- Listener Calls for 5-10-18

  1. Richard J Hauser

    All I could think about with what’s happening in Hawaii, is the whole bugging-in vs. bugging out debate. Sometimes you have no alternative to bugging-out.

  2. Tom from NY

    Jack – you are 110% correct — someone needed to get rid of that fill and I was the sucker. So much rock, glass, plastic, toy parts, boulders, asphalt – ugh.

    well no sense whining any more about it 🙂 back to work!

    thank you Jack!

  3. Interesting commentary about the Hawaii volcanoes and homeowners being allowed back in.  I can see Mt. St. Helens from my house and I am native to the Pacific Northwest.  On Sunday May 18th, 1980 the exclusion zone was to be opened around the mountain at 9am to allow homeowners back in to retrieve their belongings.  The mountain erupted at 8:32am.  Had it waited an hour longer the death toll of 57 could have been hundreds more.

    If you ever get to the Pacific Northwest, take the time to visit the Johnston Ridge Observatory on the mountain.  Worth the trip up the hill.

  4. Shawn from IN

    I am currently building a home and have been following the suggestions I found in “The Secure Home” by Joel Skousen.

    I would suggest anyone wanting to add security & efficiency to a new or current home check it out.