On Being an Expat, Bugging Out, and Life after Social Media

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The Red Cedar

170px-FalloutchinatownThe popular TV shows about the “prepping” lifestyle are a bit addictive. They are the survival genre’s version of Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, the Food Network enterprise that is both engrossing and formulaic. I am not a prepper, but it is a mindset that I am fascinated by and can understand from a couple of different perspectives. One is having grown up in the 70’s with parents who were self-reliant: gardening, re-purposing, hunting and gathering from the wild. My father, no hippie, was a reader of Mother Earth News and the Whole Earth Catalog. He was a World War II veteran and both of my parents grew up during the Depression and Dust Bowl.

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