"I have already lost the most important thing in life to me. So really I donít care much about what people think or donít think. Actually, when you look at what is coming, it really does not matter much." pg. 56
This makes me sad. He did not mention his wife, but he did mention a son and boots that fit. I don't mean to be nosy, but I wonder....
Cliff Young has put a lot of thought into this book and survival. It sounds like his son is a very good reason for him wanting to survive...and do it well.
My SO does not want to plan - quite the fun loving, spur of the moment artisan-type...and I love him for it. So any planning, purchasing and stockpiling is being done by yours truly. There are many things that I am not good at, and would really need some sort of community to be able to survive.
Ingrid Naiman sent an e-mail today on children in Darfur?? making ovens out of cardboard boxes and aluminum foil....and refrigeration units out of clay pots, one inside the other, with water and sand in between them. This is good information. Thanks.