My bug out location

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jansman
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Re: My bug out location

Post by jansman » Tue Mar 24, 2015 6:58 pm

I am sorry Decaff. No pictures. Not 'cus I don't want to, but I have not learned how to! I must consult one of the Girls on this matter :D
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Re: My bug out location

Post by junmist » Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:01 pm

jansman wrote:I am sorry Decaff. No pictures. Not 'cus I don't want to, but I have not learned how to! I must consult one of the Girls on this matter :D
So glad I'm not the only one that has this problem makes me feel so much better thank you jansman :D
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Re: My bug out location

Post by ForgeCorvus » Thu Mar 26, 2015 5:49 pm

Jansman: I'll give you step-by-step instructions....OK?


1. Beg, borrow or steal a digital camera
2. Take pictures
3. Hand the camera to a ten year old and tell them where you want the pics posted.

Important. Do not substitute any form of teenager for the ten year old.... As you won't get the pics posted before the Event happens :lol:


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Decaff
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Re: My bug out location

Post by Decaff » Sat Mar 28, 2015 12:07 am

jansman wrote:I am sorry Decaff. No pictures. Not 'cus I don't want to, but I have not learned how to! I must consult one of the Girls on this matter :D
No worries, I still can't post pictures either :oops: maybe we need a tutorial as no matter how small my photos are they are still to big to post! :shock: :?
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Re: My bug out location

Post by Mad Scientist » Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:23 pm

Great stuff on the Bug Out House! I want to rent an allotment of my own and put a shed/Bug out house on it. Inspiring stuff!

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Re: My bug out location

Post by jansman » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:14 pm

Mad Scientist wrote:Great stuff on the Bug Out House! I want to rent an allotment of my own and put a shed/Bug out house on it. Inspiring stuff!
I had a mate who lived in his allotment shed for 3 months after his wife kicked him out! But it was just a shed,so was a bit rough.A bit of planning can make all the difference.

Our Summer house,( we call it The Beach Hut) has developed nicely now,and we are looking forward to the nicer weather.We often stay up there overnight after a p**s up.We have a compost loo,which is extremely convenient.Also,it was a godsend when we had decorating done in the house - I don't do decoration, its a waste of life! :lol: Fishing is more productive :D

I have actually installed a very small woodstove.Its a potbelly from Machine Mart,and they are used a lot on narrow boats- so perfect for a leisure building.With that and the solar,the compost toilet, and water catchment its all good.Bring on Summer!
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