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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby ICRCC » Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:49 pm

Welcome RusticRV64 and greetings from Northern Ontario.
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby Coolice » Sun Dec 02, 2012 7:52 pm

RusticRV64 wrote:Nice to see Nb is awakening. Was pretty quiet for a while there. Just moved here from the west 2 months ago after a long time waiting to do so. Have a small acreage and plans for it. originally from Ottawa, out west 51 years, Nb is like Ont was when I left it, still wild and beautiful, sparcely populated, greenest place on earth. :mrgreen:
In Woodstock till I have the log home built and other amenities for off grid living. May go drag my mining camp out here and use that, save on rent. :idea:
Sure love this place. Haven't felt at home a long time. Now I feelin totally at home again. Energy is higher, allowing for the natural adjustments to clean air minus the oil field pollution and 1.5 million people in one city alone. More than all NB. :D
I just settle in decide later how I want to be present here. OPSEC. ;)
Be well.


Welcome to NB RusticRV64 it is a great place...
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby Profamilia » Mon Dec 10, 2012 4:13 am

Hello
I'm also in Oromocto. I've kept a buggout bag for my wife and I for sometime now. I grew up farming hunting and fishing basicaly living self reliant. I cant wait until I can live that way again. but my currant life style doesn't alow for it. I hope to find some like minded friends. My biggest thing is coming back to NB and realising how unreliable NB power is lol. and living in a home that depends on it...
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby ICRCC » Mon Dec 10, 2012 5:53 am

Welcome to the forum Profamilia.
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby gmprepper » Tue Dec 11, 2012 6:09 pm

Hello, I am new to prepping. I am not able to start stockpiling anything as I am selling my home in Sask. to move to New Brunswick, where I have bought a small (less than an acre) piece of land. I have been focusing on learning as much as I can, and relearning skills I was taught on the farm by my grandparents when I was younger. I have two boys (I am a single mom) who are onboard with our plans and are also learning new skills. I am taking my Hunter Safety course here in Sask starting next week, so any info on hunting in New Brunswick and transfer of licences would be appreciated. I would also like to recieve some recommendations for online stores in NB, and army surplus, readiness supplies etc in the Saint John area.
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby ICRCC » Tue Dec 11, 2012 8:04 pm

Welcome to you too Gmprepper.
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby RusticRV64 » Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:34 am

Profamilia wrote:Hello
I'm also in Oromocto. I've kept a buggout bag for my wife and I for sometime now. I grew up farming hunting and fishing basicaly living self reliant. I cant wait until I can live that way again. but my currant life style doesn't alow for it. I hope to find some like minded friends. My biggest thing is coming back to NB and realising how unreliable NB power is lol. and living in a home that depends on it...


Oi bud..RusticRv64 here..
may be able to get you goin sooner..lets talk about off grid livin and what we can do together to make it happen..I have 14 acres of bush with water..hard woods etc..some wet land area for cranberries, blue berries, saw wild grapes last time on the place.. close to stream and St John River..
replacing all my gear left in Alberta..
Working my art trying to stay solvent :) stone and wood carving, some native style and a bit of native style jewellery..log building..more potentials for income but need infrastructure too..not a lot..a bunch of lots..:) RusticRV Center..:) yearly rentals to right people..any time..right now even..build log home..ranch style..more like motel suites depending on how it goes..
thats a start..peace.
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby RusticRV64 » Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:45 am

:idea:
Oi..lets talk about this group situation. 64 yrs , single, handsome skilled and broke..:) I have room for group..a family of preppers..bros n sistahs..what ever..woodstock hartland area..14 acres..water, wood, wild life, close to grocery gas..close to everything ..it's NB :) any interest ?
:mrgreen:
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby RusticRV64 » Fri Dec 14, 2012 5:48 am

Oh cr*p..double post..I think..tryna reach all interested in groups.
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Re: Hello NB Preppers

Postby gc_mountainman » Sat Dec 15, 2012 8:01 pm

RusticRV64,

Welcome to the Forum. Best of luck making your dream come true! Keep at them, they are bound to come out of the woodwork, sooner or later. The more you post the more interest you will attrach. Don't have to limit your posts top just the NB page. Maybe there are others who would be willing to make the big pilgrimage from the West to a little piece of paradise in the wooded East?? Never know, until you put that out there.

Cheers,

Mountainman.

viewtopic.php?f=13&t=1835 if you follow this link you may find some interesting ideas about a group setup.
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