Posts Tagged : hurricane preparedness

Hurricane Sandy

I rarely make specific “news” posts but this is a very unusual case.  Hurricane Sandy, a level 1 hurricane (highest winds: 90 mph) set to hit the Jersey Shore, is likely to be merging with 2 separate winter storms to form what has been called a “Frankenstorm” or an “Atmospheric

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Hurricane Advice by Nurse Amy

    A lot of people who are watching hurricane Sandy are hurricane newbies. The news is filled with bits and pieces of great prepping information but there is no beginning or end to the preparing story. I am writing this to give you a more comprehensive understanding of hurricanes

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Doom and Bloom(tm) Hour # 35, Hurricane Preparedness and John Wesley Smith

    Tonight on the Doom and Bloom(tm) Hour, August 25, 2012, our honored guest is John Wesley Smith from www.destinysurvival.com. John also hosts DestinySurvival Radio and has a wide range of knowledge from food storage, gardening, personal defense and more. Tonight he will share some of that knowledge with our

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Hurricane Preparedness Part 2

Be Prepared for  a Hurricane A lot of people are watching hurricane Irene are hurricane newbies. The news is filled with bits and pieces of great prepping information but there is no beginning or end to the preparing story. I am writing this to give you a more comprehensive understanding

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Dr Bones and Nurse Amy’s Doom and Bloom Show #43

Tonight on The Doom and Bloom(TM) Show we will discuss Hurricane Preparedness, including supplies and evacuation kits. We will also review how to create a plan for family so you will be safe both during and after a storm. We will spend the whole hour and a half discussing hurricane

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Hurricane Preparedness Part 1

Hurricane Watch: Part of Being Prepared Hey Preppers, At the time of this writing, we are watching a large hurricane slowly making its way in the Caribbean over to the U.S. mainland.  It’s been 3 years since the last big storm hit land (Hurricane Ike,Texas, 2008), so many of us

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