30 Days of Preparing for Spring Storms and the Stinging Heat of Summer Day 31: A Summary

By CTD Suzanne published on in Camping and Survival

Over the last 30 days, I shared a tip each day to help you prepare for spring storms and the stinging heat of summer. There are tips for all outdoor enthusiasts from shooters, campers and hikers to preppers and survivalists. Some tips are fun, like staying safe during a day at the lake, while some are serious, such as preparing for hurricane season. It is my hope you found these tips informative and practical. In case you missed any, here is a list of all 30 daily tips.

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  • Bill from Boomhower, Texas

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    Texas has four seasons; Flood, Blizzard, Twister, and Drought. We endure, and you help us do it Suzanne. Thanks for lining up all the posts like dominoes, in this final one. I bookmarked this one, so I could refer back to them, and forwarded each of them to my wife, as I recieved them. Thank you, for all the unsung efforts in researching, editing, and compiling all the information, in putting this series together. That was quite an undertaking, to put together that many consecutive posts, keeping them interesting and informative, and I want you to know your efforts are appreciated. Now, take a deep breath, and give us some more! Oh, I’m expecting a big drought coming this year, as well.

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