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  1. Homesteading and gardening
    My master plan right now is to save up am buy at least 10acres of land, build a (eco-friendly) house, and start a family. It's pretty far in the future right now,but I'm doing as much research as I can now. So I'm from the Missouri Ozarks region, right smack dab in the middle of Mark Twain...
  2. Sweeps and Online Contests
    Win a Glasstic Water Bottle in the color of your choice!! Good LUCK!!! Enter Here
  3. General Chat
    A little back story first. My boyfriend and I live in an apartment and our tap water is decent enough to drink but we prefer filtered. We buy cases of Poland Spring water at BJ's Wholesale Club and he takes 2 bottles every day to work with him. He typically only drinks one bottle and then during...
  4. General Chat
    As I was pouring water for a friend and myself, I had a sudden cleaning attack and took it apart to scrub it real quick. My friend looked at me with such disbelief - not b/c I was taking the time to wash it "right then" - but when she said "You're supposed to wash those?!" that I just about...
  5. Green Living
    I was reading 'The Complete Tightwad Gazette' and it says you can reuse 4L(1 gallon) milk jugs,washed of course...paint them black and fill with water set out in the sunshine and you'll have hot water to use when camping. Just thought I'd share what I read...going to definately try this Summer...
  6. Green Living
    We just had a solar water heater installed. The collector is a 4'x8' panel on the roof. From a distance, it looks like a big skylight. The heat exchanger and storage tank sit in the crawlspace. The system pre-heats water entering the electric water heater, so the electricity is a backup for...
  7. Freebies
    Special Offer | Evamor Natural Artesian Water
  8. General Chat
    I have a question. We have a old house so we don't drink the tap water.We had a purifier on the faucet but the refills are $16 each. We had thought about saving jugs and using the culligan machine at walmart it's .37 cents a gallon. Any one use it?
  9. Preparedness and Survival
    If you have Excel or another spreadsheet program, here's the inputs for a Rain Water Calculator. Column A should be Width of Roof Column B should be Length of Roof Column C should be Area ( A X B = C) or A*B=C Column D should be Inches of Rain Column E should be an equation...
  10. Question and Answer
    Does anyone know the difference between the two--besides price? I make this Luscious Coconut Bread with macadamias and a ton of coconut. I add 1 c. of coconut milk to make it more luscious but a can of coconut milk is expensive--like 3 bucks. Recently I was in Big Lots and also the salvage...
  11. Green Living
    We successfully reduced our 8-week water usage from 18 cubic meters to 15 cubic meters, and brought our bill down from €45 to €36 :D I'm very proud of this as we really were trying. I don't know if it's possible to reduce it even further but I'm going to try!! :grball:
  12. Health challenges
    Here we are.....the start of another year! Drinking water is one of the best things we can do for our bodies. So let's get at it! I am in for 64 ounces per day ..... how about you?
  13. Preparedness and Survival
    DH and I are looking into a hand pump as the next 'phase' of preparedness. Do you have any experience you could share? Brands/manufacturers etc? Our well we would hook it to is 10-15 feet above kitchen level (on a hill), not more than 50 feet away, water level is within 6 inches of top, never...
  14. Health challenges
    Forgot it was a new month already!!!! Wow, I don't know where the time flies. This challenge is to drink more water throughout the day. Our bodies need water and lots of it! I am in for 64 ounces per day. How about you? :)
  15. Health challenges
    Let's keep hydrated!!! Keep those ice cubes ready to plop in your glass of refreshing water!! I am in for 64 ounces per day. How about you? :)
  16. Question and Answer
    After trying for a couple years I finally got DH to put in an electric hot water tank. He said how high the electric bill would be. Here is the comparison: Gas Bill Before the tank---245.00 per month (summer) After the tank- 12.25 Electric bill Before the tank 200-250.00 (summer)...
  17. General Chat
    I have been reading about this unit on a prepping site and find it quite a useful item to have around for many different reasons that would save alot of money over the years. If you own one please tell me your pro's & con's to why I SHOULDN"T buy one..
  18. Health challenges
    You know the drill!!! Let's keep hydrated! I am in for 64oz per day. How about you? :)
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