Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Green country Oklahoma
We used Sears catalogs they were real thick about an inch and half so there was plenty for a year or more but we had out houses in those days. Then as we were on the farm there was always the corn cobs. as a last resort we had oak leaves. But really there is plenty of supplies you just have to be there when the doors open. Most are lettings seniors in first for an hour or so, I had Tissue paper but told my adult son when he went to the store to get me some if there was any he call this morning and said he got me a pack of 8 rolls. I am not worried for water as we are getting way more rain than we need and I have a pond that has more water than I could ever use as well as plenty of fish in it. Dried food is the way to go Rice Beans peas, coffee, flour, corn meal salt and pepper some cooking oil canned and powdered milk. I used pet milk in my coffee well into the sixties, and you are good to go. Those things will keep you alive may not be what you like or wont but surviving at this time is what we need to do. I would be more concerned at my age of dying from the virous than starving to death any way.
U S Air Force Korean vet. NRA Member
Fourth fighter wing Kimpo Korea 1952 Fourth but first, the mig killers.
533rd material ,air defence Oxnard AFB 1953-1955
Pastor of the CBCG-Fellowship group Tulsa Oklahoma.