Saturday, August 20, 2011

Preparedness Challange #22

Welcome to the Preparedness Challenge! Each Saturday is your opportunity to share what you did this week to "get prepared", whether it's something you bought for emergencies, a skill you learned, or something you did to become more sustainable on your own homestead. After all, there's more than one way to prepare and certainly there's more than one reason to, as well.

Our growing season is not very long here, so naturally, season extenders would be a great help. I finally broke down this week and spent some money to purchase supplies to make low tunnels and cover them. For some reason, I've hesitated year after year to spend money on this (don't know why), but not having what I need keeps me from gardening further into the cool weather. And keeps me from getting an earlier start. Why do I procrastinate on this kind of thing? Soon I'll have several low tunnel row covers up and hopefully, something growing under them!

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To join the Preparedness Challenge, just write a post on something you did this week to prepare and then link up below or leave a comment. Even one thing a week adds up and it will encourage you to do even more! And by participating in the challenge, it will get you thinking about prepping on a regular basis. 

Please only post on preparedness topics. And be sure to take the Preparedness Challenge picture and add it to your blog so others know you're participating and hopefully they'll join up, too!

Please be respectful of our topic and only add a post that is preparedness related in order to retain the integrity of the link up event. THANK YOU!!


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