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Homesteading and Prepping Open Discussion Weekend Forum

This open discussion forum is just that an open discussion where you can post your preps and homestead progress for the week, or ask questions about any topic that you need help with. All that I ask is that you keep the discussion somewhat related to the topic of prepping and or homesteading. Worth Checking Out: My Newest Blog Project – TN Concealed Carry My Brothers New YouTube Channel Tennessee Redneck. And a new fiction book...

Smart Spending for Preppers Looking for Financial Freedom

by Jerry M Using your money wisely can pay many dividends for you over time. Learning to spend your money wisely is a habit most people must learn through discipline, it is usually not inbred into a person’s lifestyle (please read: The Total Money Makeover: Classic Edition: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness). All, or at least most, of today’s advertising is focused on emotional appeal for your money, not logic and common sense. If...

Camping & Woodcraft by Horace Kephart: a weekly product review

Horace Kephart was an amazing individual who assisted by George Masa a brilliant photographer they tramped the Appalachian and Smoky Mountains. It these individuals who did the most work in establishing the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Mr. Kephart is best known for having written two of my favorite books, Our Southern Highlanders and the focus of this review, Camping & Woodcraft or The Book of Camping & Woodcraft as it is also known. For legal purposes,...

Goal Zero Solar Charger Review

by Warmongerel I’ll admit it: I’m a “computer junkie”. I have a Kindle Fire, a regular Kindle, two laptops and my phone. I also have 4 regular “tower” computers. And that doesn’t include what my daughter has. All of that in a house with two people. Yeah, I’m a junkie. My girlfriend calls me a biker-geek. Love that. I keep a lot of my Prep documents on the Kindles and the laptops, so they’re not (just)...

This Week on The Homestead: Homesteading Progress and Preps For The Week / June 23, 2018

Good morning everyone… remember… Morning is wonderful. Its only drawback is that it comes at such an inconvenient time of a day. Anyways, we are all up and awake and that’s great, however, I do have some bad news to report… After days of my brain not registering the fact that my email load had dropped from an average of 100 emails a day down to 15 or 20 at that those emails that were being...

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What to Do When You Get Pulled Over by the Police

by Scott G DISCLAIMER: I am not an attorney (I’m not a liar), so what I’m telling you is based on my best understanding of the law and experience. For legal advice, you must see an attorney (although they don’t always know what they’re talking about – you may need a second opinion). Speaking as a former law enforcement officer, the one thing we are always on guard against is for anyone armed with anything that...

This Week on The Homestead: Homesteading Progress and Preps For The Week / June 16, 2018

Hello everyone. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve received a number of emails from readers letting me know how broke that they are and how that they could not afford to buy any preps, or homestead, however, the strange thing was that when I emailed back asking what they were doing to try and earn some extra money the conversations went silent. Folks, complaining about being broke isn’t going to help you. As far...

where there is no doctor

Where There is No Doctor a Village Health Care Book: Weekly product review

Some reviews are simple to write, some are difficult. This is one of the simple ones, firstly I need to tell you that I purchased this book with the intention of adding to my library of medical knowledge. I did not receive it for free or in exchange for anything. Some purchases can be seen through hindsight with eyes tinged with regret. This is one of those purchases. I purchased this book on Amazon for...

This Week on The Homestead: Homesteading Progress and Preps For The Week / June 9, 2018

Well, folks, it looks like it’s going to be another hot day in Tennessee… a good day to go to the river swim, and or just relax while floating around on an inner tube while sipping a cold drink and soaking up the surrounding beauty. How do you like to enjoy your summer days? What do you like to do for fun and relaxation? Okay, moving on… if you’ve not signed up for my free...

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This Week on The Homestead: Homesteading Progress and Preps For The Week / June 2, 2018

Lot’s of new stuff going on with the blog this week… First off, I no longer own or have anything to do with the content or operation of my old site the survivalist blog – it is under new ownership. Please note that I did not sell the content that was published on the site I only sold the domain. If you want an archive of the best-handpicked articles from that site then please order a...

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Homesteading and Preps For The Week: May 19, 2018

Well, folks, I’m happy to let you all know that this site is growing at what I consider a spectacular rate with a DAILY average of over 100 people signing up for our newsletter/site updates! Yes, you read that right! Over 100 per day… every day… this is great! The goal of any site owner is to get more readers, because well if no one is reading then there really isn’t any use in writing....

MDCreekmore.com Terms of Use

MDCreekmore.com Terms of Use

Effective May 11, 2018 Please read these terms and conditions carefully before using this website. Every time you visit this website, use its services or make a purchase, you accept the following conditions. This is why we urge you to read them carefully.   Copyright Content published on this website (digital downloads, images, texts, graphics, logos) is the property of MD Creekmore and MDCreekmore.com and/or its content creators and protected by international copyright laws. The...

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Homesteading and Preps For The Week: May 12, 2018

Well, folks, here we are again. I hope that you are as excited to be here as I am… I’m loving this new site and it’s growing much quicker than my old Survivalist Blog site which took years to gain any traction. I learned from my mistakes with the other site, and also what works and what doesn’t and I’m using that knowledge to build this one much quicker. If you want to learn what...

Bulletproof Survivor CD Program

Bulletproof Survivor CD Program

Become a Bulletproof Survivor  If you are getting serious about becoming self-reliant then you must know these crucial homesteading and survival techniques! Knowledge is a powerful tool when it comes to prepping, homesteading, survival, or anything that you want to succeed at. The Bulletproof Survivor gives you that knowledge! In this massive CD program, you’ll receive thousands of pages of the best how-to-do-it homesteading, survival, and prepping information…  this is a massive treasure trove of...

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Homesteading and Preps For The Week: May 5, 2018

Well folks, here we are again. It’s been a beautiful week here in Tennessee with plenty of sun, however, according to the local weather forecast rain is on the way. I love the rain but not the grass mowing that comes after that last drop falls to the ground and the sun pops back out from behind the clouds. Growth rate looks like three or more inches in only a couple of hours after a rain. As...

Homesteading Progress and Preps For The Week

Hello everyone, I hope that you’ve all had a good week and managed to get some stuff done this week… we’ll get into homesteading progress and prep in a moment but first I want to ask you all a couple of questions…

First, what type of content and subjects would you like to see more of here at MDCreekmore.com? As you’ve probably noticed I’ve been writing and posting a lot of different ways to make extra money and or become totally self-employed.

I’ve been doing this because “a lack of money” has always been the number one response to the question “what is your biggest obstacle to prepping or setting up a homestead” so I’ve been doing everything that I can to give you ideas and ways to solve the problem that you told me that you had.