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Emergency Homesteading Medical Supplies & Equipment November 17, 2018

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This is the first video I’m uploading for a series of videos on my medical supplies and equipment I’ll be taking with me to my homestead. Please check out my playlist for more of these videos.

The Rusted Garden:

Calikim29 Home and Garden:

In this video I’m promoting Tim’s Vids:
Make sure you check out Tim’s channel and give him a thumbs up.

Forever North’s Sanctuary is the name of my soon to be off-grid land,…it will be a place of peace and one of tranquility. A safe harbor from the violence, bigotry and the negative forces from the outside world. The Sanctuary will be a place of solace where someone may find the peace to soul search and rediscover themselves while learning how to live an ego-friendly way of life. I started making YouTube videos because it was fun to document my progress. But I also wanted to do something very few other people are attempting. To live as close to a self-staining lifestyle as I can while making my own power and the DIY systems that will run my homestead. I’ll grow my own fruits and veggies as well as other plants and trees. I want to live in a food forest that uses Hugelkultu and Permaculture Ethics.

Anyone wishing to support or to contact me…please use the links below. Furthermore use the Amazon links to buy Amazon items. This cost you nothing, but it will help me to for fill my dream of building the sanctuary.

Thanks for watching

Forever North and Alder
Saco, Maine. 04072

forevernorthssanctuary@gmail.com

 

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6 thoughts on “Emergency Homesteading Medical Supplies & Equipment November 17, 2018

  1. Careful when showing products received in the mail. It shows your Name and address. Not something you want floating around on social media.

    1. I’ll look into it and remove any personal information. Thank you…G Bear. In any event no one want to be messing with me. I’m just not the kind of man someone wants be messing with.

  2. Dump the ibuprofen it 9s poision for you kidneys. Strp up from neosporin to bag balm , bag balm is 100x better.

    1. @Don Finley Love the idea…now I just need to find some. It’s so funny with how I am getting most of my things. (Dumpster Diving) Sometimes I see there is something I really could use. Then weeks later or days later…I find what I looking for. It’s so strange how this is happening. Really it happens all the time for me. Someone up there is watching after me. I have NO! doubt about that. Blessings North

    2. Forever North’s Sanctuary
      I also use the flat plastic fishing boxes to sort and store my 1st aid, easy to label and see through so you will know if you are running low, and you can configure the storage ares to the size you need.

    3. Yes… I understand this about the IB’s and I have yet to get a lot of the items I am taking with me. These are the items I didn’t pay for. I use to carry bag balm when hiking because I can use it on my dog as well as myself. Stay-tune…I’ll be posting more video on all of my medical supplies. Thank you for taking the time to comment. Blessings North

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