SA Hunter: Welcome texasjim. Please say hi in our New Members section.
Jun 29, 2020 13:16:09 GMT 10
texasjim: Been there.done that,
Jun 29, 2020 13:27:31 GMT 10
SA Hunter: And welcome drhenley.
Jun 29, 2020 13:48:12 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Where in East Tx you from ( without giving too much away of course ).
Jun 29, 2020 13:49:04 GMT 10
tmttactical: Senior American prepper. Senior as in age. A fair number of years prepping in urban environments. Was know in some places as Urbanprep but decided to shift back to my original I.D. location is the Arizona valley, USA.
Jun 29, 2020 14:08:08 GMT 10
SA Hunter: welcome tmttactical.
Jun 29, 2020 14:12:29 GMT 10
SA Hunter: We've created a "North America" section in the International Preparedness Section - for all things relating to that part of the world.
Jun 29, 2020 17:42:16 GMT 10
SA Hunter: G'day dani, and welcome.
Jun 29, 2020 18:02:02 GMT 10
texasjim: SA..im a half hour drive from Jacksonville tx.
Jun 30, 2020 23:51:06 GMT 10
SA Hunter: Ok - found it on a map.
Jul 1, 2020 0:16:06 GMT 10
SA Hunter: 6.8mm rain - more to come - my luck it'll rain on my weekend off too.
Jul 1, 2020 18:44:10 GMT 10
Yes to the comfort aspect and the identification value. There's another use for family photos - when our family goes out somewhere public (the city, the Royal Show, etc), I take a photo of all of us together, as well as each child individually.
The individual photos mean that if a child is lost, we can show the relevant photo to police to assist in a search. The group photo also shows that we haven't photographed some random kid who we're trying to steal. It also means that if (hopefully when!) they are found, the group photo may bring them comfort.