Saturday, June 10, 2017

The New Guy

Aloha makou, everybody! I'm another of the Family Survival Farm writers, and you'll be seeing more posts from me in the future.


I've been traveling around the United States since I was a little kid. I've resided in or had long vacations in Washington State, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, Idaho, Alaska and Hawai'i. Nowadays I live in the deserts of Nevada, helping our neighbors with their animals, watching wildlife and learning how to live with and off the land.


I've been everywhere, man. I've been everywhere.

I also grew up poor. My family learned the value of a well-stocked food pantry, and I learned how to swallow every mouthful at the dinner table. I learned to grow food in a lot of different ways. I learned how to fry, how to saute, how to bake, how to peel and prepare, and how to make a meal from scratch. My mother taught me to grind whole wheat berries into fresh flour when other kids thought bread came from the grocery store. These are skills that are in fresh and high demand, as more and more people struggle to cope and survive in our modern global economy.

This is the Federal Reserve to a starving kid.
I'll be sharing everything I learned, and all the tips and helpful advice I was given along the way, passed along to my readers. I hope we can laugh as we travel down our roads together. See you later!