With summer nearly gone, the seasonal chores near completion, it's time to get posting again. Of course, busy as it's been, there haven't been any wondrous ideas popping into my noodle about witty, informative subjects. Still, something is going to awaken my slumbering braincells and it'll find its way to these pages.
Until then, please note the letters added, requests for compatriots, information and lots more blogging.
OpSec is a major part of prepping, so be sure to keep a low profile and meet any and all unknown people in open air/public places rather than homes or Bug Out sites until you get to know each other, of course. Don't be quick to give out your real name or address, phone number(s) or vehicle ID. Of course, it wouldn't hurt to have a $10 disposable phone that has not been registered to your home phone/address for such circumstances as meeting new folks.
Which brings up a quick post idea: Operational Security. Being secure in our persons and domiciles is what prepping is about. Know who/m you can trust- even among family members there are those who have neither need to know nor any desire to know. (In my case, there are some I wish I didn't know! OK- just kidding. I love all my family. Umm...err...well...)
A sad state is befalling our country and countrymen in that we are being asked by the person supposedly in charge to spy and 'rat' upon our fellow citizens. Even more sad is that there are those who take this kind of spy game seriously and are not only willing to turn in others who don't believe as they do, but are glad to do so. Some are probably turning in people they just don't like, let alone if they are deserving of any recognition as being 'traitorous' to our beautiful country.
In closing: let your common sense be your guide, be cautious about with whom you speak, what you speak about, and where you speak. Also, be friendly with all you meet. We each have enough enemies that we don't need to antagonize others and create more problems for ourselves.
Bless God, God bless,