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Hello NB Preppers

bigdig
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Location: Grande Digue,N.B

Re: Preppers in the Moncton area...

Postby bigdig » Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:21 pm

whitewolf wrote:Hi, are there any preppers in the Moncton area who are looking to start a survival group?
Let me know!

Whitewolf

hello,new to chatting online but looking for survivalist in moncton area dont know exactly where to start but contact me if we can get a group started
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MoraGuy
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Joined: Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:49 pm

Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby MoraGuy » Thu Jan 24, 2013 9:59 pm

Sure is nice to find others who are into prepping! I am from Nackawic, NB and I am just getting into prepping.
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Gambit
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby Gambit » Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:54 am

Long time lurker, first time posting.

Hello NB I live in the middle. Like to meet up with some folks who are into prepping. Been doing this for a long time and think it is time to branch out and meet some people.
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oils4u
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Location: NB

Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby oils4u » Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:23 am

HI to NB preppers : I presently spend winters on PEI and from 1st of april to end of Oct I am at my cabin in the woods 1/2 way between Moncton and Sussex . looking to meet others in NB interested in forming a group or at least sharing ideas . JOHN
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caveman
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Location: fredericton n.b

Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby caveman » Sun Feb 24, 2013 3:44 pm

cfprepper899 wrote:Hello preppers in the new brunswick area new to the forum and been living in oromocto area for 3 years now since the recent NDAA signing my mind went into overdrive and started buying long term storage products right away i have always been talking about it and looking into it and where to start and i have now started full tilt. My being here though is to find like minded people like myself in the NB area and share advise tips and tricks on prepping and mabey even set-up a network of people willing to work together in these times and in the future when help may be really needed if anyone is interested let me know.

One of my favourite quotes is " If your not always prepared your never prepared"

Happy Prepping

would love to start a group in frederictonhttp://internationalpreppers ... 19&p=2307#
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Mountain_man
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby Mountain_man » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:13 am

cfprepper899 wrote:Hello preppers in the new brunswick area new to the forum and been living in oromocto area for 3 years now since the recent NDAA signing my mind went into overdrive and started buying long term storage products right away i have always been talking about it and looking into it and where to start and i have now started full tilt. My being here though is to find like minded people like myself in the NB area and share advise tips and tricks on prepping and mabey even set-up a network of people willing to work together in these times and in the future when help may be really needed if anyone is interested let me know.

One of my favourite quotes is " If your not always prepared your never prepared"

Happy Prepping

I am in Saint John my bug out location is half way between saint john and oromocto would like to meet and talk about prepping.
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personaguru
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby personaguru » Sun Sep 22, 2013 9:30 pm

hey i like in the kentcounty area and looking to join a group or some meet ups send me and email if intrested herocrimson@hotmail.com
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Coolice
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby Coolice » Fri Nov 01, 2013 1:11 pm

Garlowin wrote:Anyone know of other N.B. preppers sites ?


http://www.freedomstart.ca
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WorldsEndWarehouse
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Location: Riverview, NB
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby WorldsEndWarehouse » Sun Nov 10, 2013 6:04 pm

We should get a list together of who is good at what. No-one can survive completely alone. We need a complete community of individuals/families, who will all bring different strengths to the table.

I agree with threeofus, that gardening is very important - everyone able person should be gardening.
However, other practical skills are also very important - construction, welding, mechanics, livestock, dairy farming, the list goes on - no one can do all this for themselves !
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Just because it's the end of the world as we know it, doesn't mean it's the end of the world !
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Coolice
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby Coolice » Sun Nov 17, 2013 7:25 pm

Garlowin wrote:There is one person that i know that prep. I give him info and news...etc.. My family including my wife does not prep. However, getting involved with other preppers has a few draw backs. First you have to share a location and information. I have a Bug out location that I would not be comfortable bringing people to. More than that it is so far in the woods you'd probably not want to be there anyway. If a bunch do join up in together you have the problem of different attitudes and beliefs. A lot of problems can arise from this and cause division in the community.... then what? There's a whole lot to consider when joining into a community.



Starting a group I agree you need to spend sometime getting to know the person or people first and skills they can bring, our group spend almost a year getting to know one another before inviting to our bug out location, you can built a great group, but take the time to really know how you, will work and live together if the SHTF, The biggest thing we look for is skills and don't over lap skills to much...ie. Gardening, repair, security, you know good Bushcraft skills and survival skills...

We also spend a great amount of time in the summer living at the bug out location, living as if the SFTF has happened already.
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