Do You Have What It Takes To Live Like A Pioneer?
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Well do ya', punk?

Man's gotta know his limitations...

LOL Well, this show will test your grit against that of some carefully selected couples who had to leave the modern world behind and live like prairie folk for an entire year through some of the harshest conditions imaginable.  

Lots to consider here about life off-grid and rugged individualism:

9 episodes 46 minutes per
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...PR0LkMW3Ds
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So long as my cell phone works to get How-To videos from YouTube, I think I'd manage as a pioneer just fine! 🤓
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I wouldn't last five minutes.
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Nope!
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(04-22-2020, 11:47 PM)Sacred Heart lover Wrote: Well do ya', punk?

Man's gotta know his limitations...

LOL Well, this show will test your grit against that of some carefully selected couples who had to leave the modern world behind and live like prairie folk for an entire year through some of the harshest conditions imaginable.  

Lots to consider here about life off-grid and rugged individualism:

9 episodes 46 minutes per
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL...PR0LkMW3Ds

I suppose all this grandpa talk sound rather quaint to some ears but let me tell you my grandpa's great grandma was a prairie crossing, mountain climbing, river rafting, pioneer woman who by trails end had to survive on boiled shoe leather. The motto of those folks was: on the trail to Beulah Land the cowards stayed behind and the weaklings died along the way. And for the Johnny come latelys she quipped: with their boiled shirts, paper cigars and polished shoes they thought crossing the prairie was a picnic.

She was the real McCoy.

ETA I had to look up boiled shirt to realised I had my dates off by about 40 year.
Oh, where are the snows of yesteryear!
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