Tuesday, February 14, 2017

“We’re well prepared,” Dr. Gurtej S. Cheema of Sacramento’s Capital Sikh Center

Talk about comforting words!  When you have to evacuate your home and literally be on the run against nature these are words you want to hear.  The Sikh Community have a reputation of having a caring helping hand for centuries. 

This is what we all need to be able to say each day - We're well prepared!

See in the article there are the addresses and phone numbers for the Temples.

“We’re well prepared,” Dr. Gurtej S. Cheema of Sacramento’s Capital Sikh Center

Thursday, February 09, 2017

YIKES!! Shortage of Field Workers in CA Could Spell Disaster in the Grocery Store

We don't need this as a problem!  CA supplies 1/4 of the USA food. 

That is a lot of food by the way!

No matter what your political bend is -----  This could impact everyone!

Time to think garden in the Spring and a nice Pantry full of food.

New York Times article:  Don't miss reading it!

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

A Back Up Plan is Always Helpful or "On the Beach" 1959 in Australia

"On The Beach" film from 1959 ends in Australia

Here is a link to more information on that chilling movie!  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/On_the_Beach_(1959_film) 

I couldn't help but think of the movie "On the Beach" and the last scene being in Australia after a nuclear fall out.  It was an era based movie with the concern of WWIII and the destruction of the planet from Nuclear War. 

Today there are among the super rich a move to set up a retreat in New Zealand and Australia.  That won't happen for me.  But.....a backup plan is something to think about.

Here is a link to the article - New Zealand Backup Plan

Thinking thinking how to put a small backup plan in place!  Judy

Monday, January 23, 2017

When Geeks Think Prepping is Wise - Take Note!

My quiet time in life is over and I am back to posting.  I came across this important article from the New Yorker. 

Not the average Geek but the movers and shakers of Geeks think Prepping is wise. 


The question I ask is - Are you ready for a small emergency much less the big one?