Here's a video on one way to create a snow shelter in order to survive the cold in the north. Brighteon.
A bit more advice on surviving the first night. Brighteon
Getting started building a log cabin for survival by a NON expert. Brighteon
What if someone said "if you can find the land, we will build a cabin and an outhouse for you." What? Yes, you'd be surprised the expertise up the Valley... and cedar logs kicking around. But how fast could you have us in a cabin? WHo makes the best building big enough for a vax displaced family?
Well. that's up for debate. The lads in Carleton Place, they think they are much faster than both Smith Falls and Almonte groups. The "mostly women" Arnprior builders group considers Arnprior and Braeside to build small homes that make the Renfrew and Cobden work look plain and too log cabin-y. The Pembroke log cabin builders think their 2 day cabins are far superior to the timberframe "shacks" (as they call them) coming out of Perth, LanarkI think this could be a reality. all the pieces are there. WIth God making all the pieces fit perfectly. But who?
Given the opportunity...
would people move from their home and comfort? This is extreme. Also consider renting a vacation place for cash. on the down low. Avoid the tyranny. while you still need to. Their day is coming soon. if anyone would like to discuss anything. firstname.lastname@example.org
phone number 623-829-7548 (Chris)
Feb/ 23. 2022
December 20, 2021
December 19, 2021
Thank you Antonia Young of N.M. for this advice on
Asher just installed a very inexpensive diesel heater for our airstream which he's experimenting with that can run on waste vegetable oil. It's a plentiful energy source that fuels his diesel truck as well. It comes from many restaurants around here. . A very tightly insulated small space is easiest to heat and retain that heat. They used tapestries in those drafty castles in the olden days, so hanging a big wool blanket over your windows as a curtain, especially at night, can make a big difference. Let the sun shine through the south-facing windows during sunny winter days. Wood stoves that are made for camping are less expensive and can be used indoors, if installed correctly. Rocket stoves use little fuel in the form of sticks and can boil water pretty fast. Then, there are the thermal mass heaters that use very little fuel (wood sticks), and burn highly efficiently, that are built with mud (cob), stones, and a 40 gallon steel drum with some piping to circulate the warm air under a thermal mass retaining bench. Water bottles filled with boiling water, diluted with one cup of cold water will keep you warm under a downy comforter all night. Put the hot water bottle in a pillow case, so as not to burn on contact. Tuck it in your bed, BEFORE you're ready to jump in to pre-heat it. Heavenly! Antonia
December 18th, 2021
Hello everyone, I am currently building a small log cabin from found cedar logs and basic tools. I will be posting a few videos about building temporary shelter to survive the winter. Start with snow and move up the levels of shelter every day. KEEP moving. What ever you do do NOT get the shot.
The first shelter we will discuss is the snow shelter, fort, quincy, igloo, etc. These can be built in different ways, depending on materials, tools and snow type. They can be built before the sun goes down, or at night. Snow is an excellent insulator and key to winter survival. Keep moving, and wear many layers to reduce or increase body temp.
Second, will be a "lean-to" or a small tee pee. Branches and small logs, leaned against, trees, rocks, snow pile with brush and snow piled on top.
Tee Pee using canvas, tarp, plastic sheeting etc.
Fast timber frame using logs and some sort of siding OR snow walls using tubs and buckets.
How can we survive the night in winter?
What is "smart lighting" and "the internet of things"?
How do our phones figure into this "pandemic"?
Is the development of technology intended to help humanity?
Does the vaccine have anything to do with the "smart-city"?
What are the nanoparticles and other elements of concern found in the shots for? What are they trying to do?
Do you have anything to contribute? pls leave a message below.
OMNICRON? Are people really going to fall for this B.S. again?
How can we start conversations with people wearing masks? Many of them need that connection. They are starving for love.
What is "Maaaass Forrmaation"?
How can we find each other for social interaction in the winter?
How can we connect all the smaller groups around the Valley somehow? Would randomly visiting with houses with anti-lockdown signs a good way to make connections with like minded people?
My name is Chris, many of us have met before. We are all on the same page. Together, our story is of love and strength and defending the vulnerable. We are empathy and wherewithal and pride and respect. We are Canadian. Canadian because of who we are and the way we behave and care for others. This is not accurately reflected in our governance or institutions WE are Canadians! We have NOT forgotten what that means. Please put on your thinking caps and get your creative juices flowing. We must plan for possibilities coming soon. We are many groups with so, so many ideas. Consider this site a place for groups to crossover and bandy around ideas, in between your meetings. This is not a new group but another opportunity to discuss and in so doing we can bring some fresh ideas across all of our situations. Anything that you submit to this site will be put up as quickly as I can get to it. Okay. take a look and lets get even more dialogue happening now. Thank you. Chris
Brain storm 1: Vaccine Refugees. Winter, 2022
A few words about this winter and preparing ourselves for the possible arrival of "vaccine refugees" in rural areas.
The uncomfortable possibility is approaching that we may have to defend our lands and our families and our security as rural counties. Many are concerned that people from the city, may try to take what is ours. We are well prepared to survive and thrive in the fields and forests and we will defend ourselves. The survival and safety of our own families and communities are paramount.
This proposal is intended as a jumping off point for discussion on ways to strengthen our position and to act in loving accordance with God's will.
The first group of refugees. People. Families. Forced out of the cities after losing their jobs, their homes, their ability to get food and water because they said "no!". These are people in desperate situations. They may have something to share or to offer but even if they don't, they will come with skills, and abilities and professions that will enrich our communities and benefit all of us and them. These people are not to be feared but befriended. The love in our hearts and in our collective attitudes is abundant and powerful. Let's think of ways we can share our wherewithal and guide these people toward survival and safety. Now is the time that we need to expand on these truths with suitable ideas to prepare for them.
My own direction of thought is as follows. When people arrive, are found or find directives en route out of the city they will be delivered warmth and food and drink. And directions. We can help them with their voyage, shelter and provision but this will be a time of hardship. Some may choose to accomodate people in their buildings or on their land. That is up to them. This proposal is not about private lands, but public lands: "crowwwwn" laand.
There is a huge amount of "crooown" lland in Canada. Once we find appropriate tracts of crown land for people to create temporary survival based communities that can be supplied and defended, we can as communities facilitate and to some extent "outfit" these places. By thinking about this ahead of time we can somewhat control the outcome of these city-country migrations.
Each area or "safe zone" could have a building or group of buildings or area nearby for staging and supply of the crrrown lland zones. These could be accessed by those of us that will help with the operation of this effort. We could be called "guides" or "friends" or "stewards". We can teach the people who are arriving how to build shelters, keep warm, fed, hydrated. We will teach them about wildcrafting and using hand tools and surviving in the bush. Some may need to become vegetarians. Fine. Whatever it takes. These people will come with items and skills to barter with, and so economies can grow organically.
Snow is the greatest insulator we've got. And soon, it will be plentiful. Igloos, and snow forts of all sorts can be built quickly and in all snow conditions.
Besides being there for these refugees when the time comes, this initiative is intended to give people with no other options,..... an option. They must not get the zhhhot and we can help them with that.
I propose coming up with a survival kit to give arriving groups. Included would be simple essentials like lighters, blankets, tarps, rope, fishing line and hooks, shovel, knife, etc. Older tools donated and fixed up. Plastic , farmers twine. etc.
If we help these people they are on our side and will stand with us against any other type of visitors we may have to deal with.
So the more love we share, the more love goes around and the stronger we all are. God has this. We are all instruments of and beneficiaries of ... his beautiful, wonderful Will. Thank you so much, God, for giving us eyes to see and working through all of us for the betterment of your incredible world. Thank you.
Haccine refugees.... many are already here.
If you have anything you would like me to add to this "brainstorm", submit below. Thanks for coming by.
Thanks to O4St for the following info concerning "Mass Formation". This explains what has happened to common sense.
This interview with Dr Reiner Fuellmich and Prof. Mattias Desmet is a must watch.
When you look at all sides of these important issues we can better surmise what is happening, Once we explore and research we will be able to back up our reasoning with evidence.
We are all curious,. Some are suspicious. We need to come together in dialogue, in community and talk in every way possible. We can get to the bottom of things together. We don't need conflict or judgement! We need kindness, empathy and compassion. We need to take some time on this. We need to listen to each other. We must be objective and above all, we must all get along. We are the OTTAWA VALLEY. Strong, free and informed.