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How many people here are prepared for an emergency?

Discussion in 'Emergency Preparedness' started by wooddustmaker, Dec 30, 2013.

  1. Feb 13, 2018
    sumi

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    I would allow and actually encourage everyone to collect rainwater for use in the garden, etc. In the long run it helps a lot and it's good to have that back-up available.

    Illegal wells and such, I absolute agree with. Take what nature gives you, but don't take from your neighbours.

    Talking about water… A good friend of mine in S.A. ended up in hospital over the weekend after getting sick from drinking the town's tap water. Apparently bacteria in the water is a big problem in his home town at the moment.
     

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