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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Good morning folks ,
    Sorry it's taken so long to reply . I'd like to say I've been to busy , but forgetful would be a better word . I read the post and then tell myself , I'll reply to that a little later , and then I forget
    Glad to see your doing well and that everyone is riding . We've had a real wet spring here in Sheridan , WY and it's caused some flooding in town and out in the country . ( none at our home though , we live up on a hill )
    Happy to say our Cross Road Riders ( Forming CMA chater ) is doing well . We've been more active in community service , rides and ministry . For example: June 13th we'll be at the local motorcross track helping to pick up trash and clean up the area . We've had a lot of different community service opportunities in our community and it's working out well .
    Wish you all a Happy and Healthy summer . Blessings.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Greeting and Doxology ,
    Sorry I haven't been on much lately .
    My Wife and I have become more active in the CMA and our local church . Last weekend we drove down to Cheyenne , WY for the CMA "Seasons Of Refreshing" , it was a fun time .
    Getting ready for this years camping and riding season , and can't wait to test out our new trailer .

    Doc ,
    How are things with you ? Have you been getting much riding in lately ? ( I was going to ride yesterday , but my neighbor invited me to go shooting so I went shooting )

    Beemer ,
    Hope your doing well and in good health . Looks like you've been pretty active .

    Al ,
    How have you been ?

    And the rest of the Prayerbikers ,
    How have you been and what have you been up to lately ?

    God Bless you all .

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good afternoon JT,
    Those are nice pictures! Not sure if I was seeing right, but was that an icy coating on the surface of the road, or is it just some melting slush?? Although your temperatures were inviting for a ride, I'm not so sure that those road surfaces would have given me the confidence to saddle up & head out on the bike!
    I suppose though that desperate situations call for desperate action, and the enforced winter bike hibernation can cause a lot of frustration!! ---- Glad you got back home safe though
    Over here, we've had sleet & hailstones this morning, & it's started to snow now. Right at this moment, being at home seems a good idea!
    God Bless ---- Doc.

    Good morning Doc ,
    There were a few wet spots on the roads , but for the most part they were dry . No ice . I was parked at the edge of the driveway to my friends cabin and there was ice on the edge of the road , but none on the roads themselves . It was a very pleasant ride .
    Looks like God has been providing you with plenty of moisture . I guess it's better than being in a drought like some places have .
    I don't know about you , but I am really looking forward to spring this year .Our local CMA group is taking off and we'll be planning a lot of things to do together as a group , my wife and I have a new trailer to travel and camp in . And of course , Motorcycling
    Hope you have a great 2015 year.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Howdy again Prayerbikers ,
    Just wanted to let you folks know that The CMA - Bighorn Mountains - Roads and Trails Rally will be held from August 20 - 23 , 2015 on top of the Bighorn Mountains at Burgess Junction ( at the Bear Lodge Resort ) . All are welcome to attend . They have Road Courses for Road Bikes , Maintained dirt road courses and dirt trails for Dual Sport and Adventure Bikes , and dirt 2 track courses for dirt bikes , ATV's and UTV's .
    Last year was our first Roads and Trails event on the Bighorns and it was awesome , we had 58 people show up for it and we all had tons of fun. Hope to see you there .


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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Good morning Doc , Ned , Al and the rest of you prayerbikers ,
    Sorry I haven't been on much . My wife has been on vacation and has been on our computer a lot , and we've been busy spending time together as well , so I haven't had a lot of time on the computer .
    Doc , your weather sounds a lot like ours .
    Hope that all of you are doing well and are in good health . I don't know about you guys , but my soul needs a motorcycle ride , spring can't get here soon enough
    Have a great week. May God Bless You All .

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Happy Birthday Jesus .
    Thank You for being my Lord and Savior .

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Beemer wrote:
    I saw it at the show, & went home and bought a copy on DVD as soon as it was available. I have a copy of the new On Any Sunday ordered now.

    Cool . I've seen "Why We Ride", and I can't wait to see "On Any Sunday"-The Next Chapter . I seen the original 1971 On Any Sunday and loved that one.
    Only trouble with watching those motorcycle movies is they make you want to go out and ride , but my street is full of ice
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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Merry Christmas! in the forum.
    Al wrote:
    Good evening everyone, Prayerbikers and visitors. I hope everyone enjoys this Christmas season with their family and or friends. It's cold and snowy today in Denver, I am sure there is lots of weather everywhere else as well! it's another precious and beautiful day. God Bless you all

    Good morning Al ,
    Merry Christmas to You and your Family as well .
    Looks like we have a 90% chance of snow on Christmas day .

    Merry Christmas to all the folks at . God bless you all .

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Don't know if you guys have seen " Why We Ride" yet ? It's really good !
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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Nice pictures Doc , thanks for sharing them with us. I hope your wife gets well soon.

    Howdy to all the Prayer Bikers ,
    I hope all of you have a Very Merry and Blessed Christmas .

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good Evening JT & Prayerbikers,
    Finally got back from camper-van trip to Northern Isles to visit family & deliver all the Christmas presents to grand-children etc. Pretty bleak weather up North at this time of year, & just managed to get across the Pentland Firth on last ferry before severe gales blew up & prevented travel to the Mainland for at least 48 hours. The forecasters are describing it as a "Weather bomb" hitting the North of Scotland, due to a severe Atlantic depression. Made for a pretty blustery journey South, with a lot of sleet & rain, as well as buffeting from the high winds. Still very windy this evening, & not much chance of riding for the next few days.
    You asked, JT, for a few photos of the trip, so I'll try & attach them to this post. Hope everyone is doing OK as we push into winter.
    God Bless ---- Doc.

    Howdy Doc ,
    Very nice pictures !! Looks like a great place to ride and explore , I bet it would be fun to take an adventure bike out there and ride .
    So glad you made it home safe and sound and didn't get caught up in that nasty weather .
    The weather here has been in the mid 50 degree F. range for most of the week . I even got to take my motorcycle out for a quick spin on Monday . I left the house and it was sunny and 36 degrees F. Monday . I only rode 12.4 miles , but it was the sweetest 12.4 miles that I've ridden in a while . My wife and I are really looking forward to spring and summer next year so we can try out our new trailer . It's going to make camping a lot easier on both of us .
    Hope you have a great weekend.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good Evening Ned & JT,
    Just been admiring all those spotless bikes that you two guys own! They must keep the roads where you live super-clean! Every time I seem to ride these days, when I get back, the bike always looks like it just lost a challenge with a refuse truck!
    The country roads over here are always damp, if not wet at the moment, & the farmers seem to regularly drag field muck out onto the roads with their tractor tires. On top of that, they like to drag these great trailers filled with cow dung & silage for miles to the next field, & usually they drip the stinking stuff all over the road. By the time you get home, the bike doesn't just look bad, it can smell bad too!!
    Just another of the pleasures of riding, I suppose!
    I'm heading North tomorrow in the camper van to visit my son & his family in the Northern Isles, so keeping my fingers crossed that there isn't snow or storms up there, as the two hour crossing on the ferry can be bad if there's much wind blowing. The internet service is a bit variable too, so if you don't hear from me for a week or so, you'll know what the problem is. Hope you all have a good week & speak to you all soon.
    God Bless --- Doc.

    Hi Doc ,
    I don't spend much time cleaning my bike these days , most of the time I just hose it off with the garden hose . Not much point in washing it because every time I do I seem to take it down a dirty dusty country road the next day . I know what you mean about stuff being tracked into the road . There is horse and cow poop all over the dirt roads ( and a lot of paved ones to ) here in Wyoming and Montana . My bike isn't so clean right now , I haven't washed it since my last dirt road adventure .
    I hope your trip up north goes well and the weather cooperates with you . Take some pictures along the way and share them with us .
    Have a Blessed trip . Talk to ya soon.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Good morning folks ,
    Sounds like some cold riding Ned . I used to ride in cold weather like that , but not any more , it aggravates my spine and joints . So I stay in where it's warm these days.
    Doc , thanks for the pictures . Looks like a beautiful ride .
    Cold here this morning , but not as cold as it has been . Got a little snow over night and could get some tomorrow and Wednesday . Maybe I'll go into the garage and sit on my Yamaha Super Tenere , close my eyes and pretend I'm riding it .
    I hope you all have a Fun , Safe and Blessed Thanksgiving with your families and loved ones.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good Evening JT,
    Just saw your back yard picture --- and the thermometer! Now that's getting to be really cold!
    Can hardly believe that you went to that from temps in the 70sF just a couple of weeks ago! Do you reckon that's where it's going to stay for the rest of the winter, or do you get occasional breaks?
    Over here in Scotland, we are continuing to get mixed showers + some gale force winds at times. I'd planned to meet up with three riding friends from Edinburgh yesterday, but the lashing rain & gale force winds hit that on the head, & I had to settle for a day at home instead! .
    Got a busy weekend coming up --- daughter visiting New Zealand & needs lift to airport + a Sunday service to lead.
    Hope you & other Prayerbiker brothers have a good weekend ahead.
    God Bless --- Doc.

    Hi Doc ,
    The temps are starting to warm back up to above zero . Every once and a while we get a blast of cold artic air that comes down from Canada and the temps fall below zero for a while and then it warms back up. Tonight we're going to get a snow storm , only around 4 inches of snow predicted for us . Our street is still covered in ice and snow , so no motorcycle riding for me.
    Sorry your ride was canceled by the strong winds and rain . Maybe you and your friends can drive your vehicles and meet for lunch or supper someplace ?
    Sounds like a great weekend you have planned. I bet you'll do great leading the service on Sunday.
    Blessings my friend.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Good morning folks ,
    Sorry I haven't been on much lately . Been a bit busy this past week.
    It's a little bit cold here in Sheridan , Wyoming this morning . ( Minus 20 F. Below zero ) .
    Hope you all have a great day and may God Bless You All.


    I took this picture this morning ( 11-13-2014 ) in my back yard.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Beemer wrote:
    JT, I hope having her own bike doesn't cause her to no longer like riding behind you. That is what happened to mywife after she started riding her own.

    Good morning Beemer , ( we missed you , where have you been ? )
    My wife doesn't want to ride around town or on the interstate , she just wants to ride the old dirt country roads and on the maintained roads on the Bighorn Mountains . She still enjoys riding on the back of my bike and I don't think she'll give that up. But she is having fun learning to ride. Last week was her very first day , she did great riding on the track but never shifted out of first gear . Maybe this Saturday she'll challenge herself a bit more and practice shifting up and down ? I'm pretty much leaving her to her own speed of learning and I'm just there to answer any questions she might have.
    By the way , the next CMA Bighorn Mountains Roads and Trails Event is set for Aug 20 -23 , 2015 . If you in the area , please join us. If those dates change I'll repost .

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Howdy Prayerbikers ,
    Last Saturday ( Oct 25th ) my wife was finally able to take her new/used motorcycle out to the Sheridan County Public Dirt Motorcycle Track and ride a motorcycle for her very first time. She did great !!! Here are some pictures of my wife riding her bike for the first time.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good afternoon JT,
    Just been looking at your new trailer -- very smart! Are you planning to use it for transporting motorbikes, or have you some other purpose for it? Just wondering. The Maxx vent sits well on the roof, although I suppose you had to do some drilling to fit it. I'm always a bit nervous about drilling holes in metal roofs just in case it leads to water seepage or rust later on, but I guess if you know what you're doing, & have all the necessary sealers, it shouldn't be a problem. Looks like it would take at least a couple of bikes easily, so it should open up some more possibilities for you when it comes to choosing places to visit, when the riding distance is a bit too much, & you have a lot of stuff to take along.
    I always used to try & travel light when I was packing the bike for the cross Europe trips that I did for many years, but now that I'm a bit older, I have to admit that it's good to be able to take some more stuff when you are on the road for a couple of weeks at a time. The two trips across USA that I made these past years kind of spoiled me, as there was a chase truck for the luggage, & that left the bike without any baggage, making the ride much more enjoyable.
    We've got a visiting lady minister coming to the church tomorrow, & I've been asked to do the introduction to the service & opening prayers, so I'm off to do a bit of preparation.
    This is also the weekend when all of the UK puts the clock back an hour to GMT, so we're really going to notice the dark nights closing in a lot earlier than before. Guess we just have to buckle down & make the best of the daylight while it's there! Hope you have a good weekend.
    God Bless ---- Doc.

    Hi Doc ,
    The Maxx Air is very easy to install and does not require drilling holes in the roof of your trailer . ( as shown in this short video )
    Since I am no longer able to ride long distance my wife and I decided to get a trailer to haul our bikes to where we want to go and then use our bikes to explore when we get there . We have installed a Vinyl floor in the trailer for easy cleaning , a coat rack , a privacy curtain for our portable toilet and a medicine cabinet , and we have a few pieces of furniture to go in the trailer as well . When we pull the bikes out of the trailer we'll use the trailer as a camper to sleep in. My wife has a small foldable bed with air mattress to sleep on and I have a reclining chair to sleep in. ( I haven't been able to sleep in a bed in a long time ) . We will use a canopy to park the bikes under .
    I did the same as you when I was younger Doc , I rode my bike everywhere and enjoyed it. But just can't do it anymore , so I need the help of a trailer.
    Hope your church prep & prayers went well this morning . My wife and I had a pretty good service at church this morning as well.
    Hope you have a great weekend. Blessings.


    I took my wife out to the local dirt bike track yesterday so she could start learning to ride her motorcycle , she did great. I'll post some pictures later on.
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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good afternoon JT,
    I had a look at your weather chart on the link ---- looking good for the time of year. Saturday looks particularly promising, with sunshine & warm temperature, so I hope you can take the chance to get out on your bike. Looks like a change is due in your area Monday onwards, with cooler temperatures. Over here, we are having the usual mixture of winds, showers & grey skies, so when you've done with that nice warm weather, don't forget to send it over here!
    Sorry to hear that you weren't feeling great yesterday, & had a flare up of pain. You've been dealing with pain for quite a time, & it must frustrate you at times, especially when you've lined up things to do & places you want to go. Hope things quieten down on the health front by the weekend --- Prayers with you for strength to cope, for abatement of the pain & for healing of the underlying disease that causes all your pain & holds you back. Not every chronic illness necessarily keeps on and on causing problems, & just occasionally, remission occurs. I know that these matters are in the Lord's hands, Keep strong in your Spirit, & keep on moving forward, brother --- If you don't quit, God won't quit!
    God Bless --- Doc.

    Thanks for the prayers Doc .
    I managed to ride my lawn tractor around the yard today to suck up the fallen leaves . I also got my chimney brush and poles and swept up my chimney pipe. ( it's just a straight 6 inch pipe . Took about 10 minutes ) . Then I installed a Maxx Air vent cover on our new trailer . It covers the roof vent to protect it and you can leave your roof vent open while your driving or even if it's raining . It's a very easy install . That was more than enough for today , in fact I think I over did it because I feel miserable right now.
    If it's nice on Saturday I will probably take my wife's motorcycle out in the country on a dirt road so she can start to learn how to ride it .
    I'll try to send you some nice warm weather , but I don't know if it will make it across the ocean .
    It was nice talking with ya. I need to go get ready for tonight's CMA meeting.
    Blessings my friend.


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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good Morning JT,
    Just read your post --- 79F seems very warm for this time of the year where you live! We are lucky over here if our best summer weather gets to the mid 70s --- In fact, with those readings you have, we'd all be rushing to get the deck chairs out & enjoy the heatwave while it lasted! I was therefore impressed that you were planning a hard days work sorting out lawn tractors, winter tires & snow-plough attachments! Now that's real commitment, 'though I guess you are just one of those organised sort of folk that think ahead & don't put off doing things until the crisis hits. Reminds me of the Bible story about those women with the lamps who knew the wedding feast was imminent, but who hung around & didn't bother to get the necessary oil for the lamps, & so, when the time came for the feast, they missed out. I reckon with your forward planning, you'll be ready for whatever gets thrown at you!
    The storm that hit us yesterday has largely died back, thankfully, with no damage done. I'm heading off to a meeting in a nearby town this afternoon, & tonight, I've got an Alpha course meeting. You've maybe heard of those -- they are courses of Christian teaching that try & take you through the basic facts of the Gospel & living a Christian life --- usually you learn something new that encourages you in your journey of faith, so I'm looking forward to meeting up & sharing some food + faith with the other folk who come to the meeting. Isn't it amazing how God keeps on feeding us new stuff & new revelations as we reach out to Him in our Prayers, our Scripture reading, & our fellowship with each other? We've so much to be thankful for, although we don't always remember to be giving Him the thanks!
    Well, I've got to go & get on with stuff, so hope you & all the other Prayerbikers have a great day!
    God Bless --- Doc.

    Good morning on ya Doc ,
    We're having a very nice fall season this year , I've seen years where we already had snow by now. Here is our forecast for the next few days . .
    I just want to get chores done before the cold weather comes , don't want to be outside sitting on the cold ground installing my plow , chains and weights at the last minute . But all I got done yesterday was taking in 2 hoses and a couple sprinklers . I was in a lot of pain and didn't feel very well , so I came back inside and stayed in my chair the rest of the day. I'll try to get more done today .
    Your Alpha meetings sound great . We attend regular Bible studies with our Local CMA ( Christian Motorcycle Association ) , they are on the 2nd Thursday of every month .
    Hope you have a very Blessed day Doc. I'm gonna get showered and dressed and start my day by going to the gas station and filling up my truck

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good morning folks,
    Not a great day for riding over here in Scotland. We seem to be catching the tail end of Hurricane Gonzalo today, & outside at the moment, we are getting gale force winds & lashing rain, so there won't be much chance of a ride today! Going to have my hands full anyway, as wife & daughter heading to Istanbul in Turkey, & joining a cruise ship to take them round the Greek Islands for next week or so, leaving me to manage the old dog, the cat & the new puppy, who seems to have a super-charged amount of energy, so I'm not likely to be bored! Hope you all have a great day!
    God Bless --- Doc.

    Sounds like a great day to go over your bike and give it a checkup .

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    Doc wrote:
    Good afternoon JT,
    A lot of good stuff on your "Winter Prep Tips", especially for those folk living in some of the more remote areas of your country. Hopefully, you won't need to implement too many of those emergency measures yourself this coming winter, but then again, you never know 'til it happens!
    Speaking of energy, for the past 35 years or so, we haven't had much in the way of power cuts or outages over here in the UK. (35 years ago, militant miners went on strike, & blockaded coal supplies to our power stations, resulting in some power cuts back then!) However, all that may change in the next 5 years or so, as our devolved Scottish Government is currently obsessed with making itself a world leader in "green energy renewables". Now that sounds like one of those "not bad ideas", but the downside of it is that they have started building giant Wind Turbines on just about every bit of available picturesque hillside + every bit of accessible shoreline, which spoils some of the beautiful views our countryside is famous for. They have also allowed many of the coal fired power stations to be closed, as well as some of the gas fired ones, & they are against nuclear power too, so they are not planning any new nuclear stations to back up the remaining ageing ones.
    All these "renewables" are being paid for through compulsory charge supplements on our electricity bills, which have soared in amount recently. Given that the wind doesn't blow 24/7 for 365 days per year, & these turbines are about 19% efficient, you don't have to be an Einstein to predict that at some future point, the lights are at risk of going out! That situation, when it happens, will no doubt take years to sort out -- by which time the politicians who made the stupid decisions will have moved on, allowing the new lot to wring their hands & utter the usual cry of "It wisnae (i.e. "wasn't!) us that caused the problem" --- no doubt followed by that other well worn & over-used apology, delivered with crocodile tears, that "Lessons have been learned"!!! How come they never seem to learn those lessons before disasters strike, & maybe even do something to avoid the disasters in the first place? Then again, if they had that sort of foresight, they would probably have chosen some different career, & not become politicians in the first place! Hopefully, the politicians who run things over in your place have a bit more common sense (and foresight) in these matters!
    Well, time to get off my soap-box & calm down! Hope things are good with you at present, & that the forthcoming winter is kind to you.
    God Bless --- Doc.

    Howdy Doc ,
    Sorry to say , our politicians don't have any common sense at all here either, and they are trying to do the same with wind and solar energy . It's not efficient , yet they keep pushing it away . They are putting up them ugly wind turbines here as well and beside the down falls you mentioned , there are other down falls . The wind turbines are killing thousands of Hawks , Eagles and other beautiful birds who fly into them.
    Obama and his administration are doing their best to put the coal industry out of business , and that will greatly increase our electric bills . America has an abundance of coal , and some can even be turned into fuel to run automobiles and trucks , but the liberal party is doing their best to not allow us to use our coal . Canada has offered the U.S. cheap oil and all we need to do is build a pipe line to buy it from them , but Obama keeps fighting that as well. I feel your pain when it comes to politicians .
    Aside from the emergency supply's I listed , everyone should also keep emergency supply's in their vehicles . I will work on a list for that as well.
    Nice talking with ya Doc. Have a blessed night.

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  • JT replied to the topic Re: Coffee Shop Stop in the forum.
    JT’s Winter Prep Tips : ( if you have anything to add to this , please feel free to do so )

    Food : Make sure you store extra Canned goods and other food supply’s .
    One good winter storm ( or other emergency ) can empty grocery store shelves in as little as 1 to 2 days , and trucks may not be able to get to the stores to restock . So it’s important to make sure you have enough emergency food to live on for at least a week or two .

    Water : Make sure you have plenty of bottled water on hand to last you a week or two .
    Snow can also be melted on your BBQ Grill and used taking sponge baths and washing dishes .

    Heat :
    Make sure you have a 2nd source of heat . Woodstove , Propane heater , Kerosene heater , Tent Heater etc... Read the instructions on your 2nd sources of heat , some may require proper ventilation .

    Always have a backup source to cook your food. Examples are : Woodstove , Camping stoves , BBQ Grills , Sterno stove etc .... Always make sure you have plenty of fuel on hand for these secondary stoves .

    Flash lights :
    Make sure you have flash lights and enough fresh batteries for them . Always keep flashlights where you can get to them quick in an emergency .

    Oil Lamps
    Great source of light when the power goes out. Some models you can even cook on .

    Other items you may want to keep handy:
    Extra warm blankets , games for entertainment , firearms for protection , First Aid Kits , Extra Medication , an Emergency Hand Crank Radio , a good portable generator with plenty of fuel stored away for it , Portable camping toilet ( in case your water won’t turn on ) etc.. Any items you feel you may need should an emergency arise .

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