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jonesy
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Location: Nanaimo
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Re: Victoria Members

Postby jonesy » Sun Feb 19, 2017 6:15 pm

The -5R is usually what the consensus says is your good, basic, and cheap setup.

Knowing how to use it, and having pre-planned frequencies based on time, etc is another:)

Count me in for southern Vancouver island. It's a big island, and anything south of Campbell river is in the same group as I see it. You guys have 4 ways out of victoria. air, water, port renfrew, and the Malahat. You know what 95% will choose to use. Plan accordingly:)

But a common contact frequency is definitely a good idea!

As is a regular meetup. Anyone for late March?
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Trek29
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Joined: Mon Mar 06, 2017 6:50 pm
Location: Victoria BC
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Re: Victoria Members

Postby Trek29 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 3:52 am

Hello, I'm new to the group and learning how to be a prepper. I'm by Tillicum Mall, in the upper floors of an apartment building that could be good in some cases but not so sure if we'd still be standing after a big earthquake. For that reason I mainly have a bug out bag/survival pack right now. Still working on my plan :)
My skills are in outdoor survival and learning archery. I have an interest in learning more about wild edibles and medicinal plants!
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Jalardos
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Canada

Re: Victoria Members

Postby Jalardos » Mon Apr 24, 2017 11:00 am

im also new here, are there any preppers around the Duncan area on here?
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jonesy
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Re: Victoria Members

Postby jonesy » Fri Apr 28, 2017 7:48 pm

I'm on the Other side of nanaimo.

"Wild edibles of BC" is available at every books store around here- a must have!

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