I want to be clear that this show is not meant to be a mandate, as in “Jack says to go buy this stuff”, but the following is true about every item on this list.
I own it, I use it, I have tried other options and these are some of the best you will ever find based on a cost to value ratio.
The real point of this episode is to help you identify where you may want to improve your day to day preparedness. To expose you to some low cost high value options and really just to make you think about preparedness items that are also everyday use items.
Items from this Episode
- RAVPower Portable Charger 3-Port External Battery Pack
- UTG Ranger Field Bag
- Maglite 3 D Cell Flashlight
- Gerber EAB – 100 Pack of Blades
- Wahoo Killer Knives (get a dozen)
- UST BASE Case Titanium
- Releasable Cable Ties
- Camp Chef Ranger II Stove – Small Bottle Adapter
- Oregon Self Sharpening Electric Chainsaw – Cordless Version of this Chainsaw
- VIAIR 300P Portable Compressor
- Victor Tire Plug Kit
- CMI Tarred Bank Line
- Hose Repair Kit
- Extra Pairs of Glasses
- Israeli Battle Dressings
- Benjamin 392 Pellet Rifle in 22 Cal – Scope Mounts for this Gun
- Corsair Survivor Drive
- American Boy’s Handy Book
- Tea Lights
- Big Buddy Heater – Large Tank Adapter
Bob Wells Plant of the Week -The Mayhaw Tree is adaptable from zone 6 to zone 9. The Mayhaw tree is a small native fruit tree.
This showy tree is primarily found in bottomland and along the river’s edge. It is known for its love of water but will grow well in your yard or home garden, as well.
The Mayhaw produces best in partial to full sun locations and is self-fertile. The small cranberry-like fruits are highly prized for making the best jellies, preserves, and syrups. Eaten fresh, it tastes like a crabapple.
Mayhaw jelly has been a delicacy in the southeast for generations and a Mayhaw tree will make a fine addition to your landscape. Plant your Mayhaw tree in a prominent spot to show off its beautiful pure white early blooms and attractive red berries that appear in May.
Bob Wells specializes in edible landscape, including: Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Nut Trees, as well as the hard to find Specialty Fruit Trees. Find this plant and more at BobWellsNursery.com
Resources for today’s show…
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- Walking To Freedom
- TSP Gear
- TspAz.com – Support TSP When You Shop on Amazon
- Desperado – Clint Black
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