Blending In And Spotting “Them”

It’s June (finally) and you know what that means: time to do some serious gardening! Compared to last year, we have more beds filled with a larger variety of plants. Also, since the winter was harder and Spring was slightly late, we have had an extra week or two to prepare for Summer here on the farm.

In addition, we’ve doubled our strawberry plots since last year, put in more blueberries, and added blackberries. Plus our fruit trees that we put in last year look like they will give fruit this year. Next up is a dedicated chicken run for our laying hens so we can stop chasing them around the yard.

So while I don my farmer’s hat and head out to till the earth, let me leave you to refresh a couple of essential OPSEC principles.

First and foremost is blend in. Don’t stand out and you won’t get noticed. When you prep, prep as if your entire neighborhood is watching you. Why? Because they probably are!

Second is be careful who you talk to. This is particularly important if you are a member of a patriot organization. Since the showdown at the Bundy Ranch, the regime’s goon squads are getting itchy for a rematch. It is safe to assume they have penetrated every militia, every prepper co-op, and every gun rights group in the country. Action – in the form of another Ruby Ridge or another Waco – will come soon after the mid-term elections, or by next Spring at the latest.

In the meantime, keep working on your preps and your garden. Oh, what’s that you say? You don’t have a garden? So sorry!


2 responses to “Blending In And Spotting “Them”

  • Anonymous

    I put in 24 strawberry plants this year in a homemade tower . It seems that things are going down hill at a faster pace . As far as the chickens go if you get them young and keep them in their pen(coup) for the first 6 months you can just turn them lose and every night they will return there and do their laying there !! That would make them truly free range chickens and healthier !!!

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