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Mar 07

Wyoming Preppers Roll Call – All Preppers Please Check In

The American Preppers Network is conducting a network-wide roll call.  Whether you are a member or not please check in and let us know what you are doing to prepare.

This is a good opportunity to network with other preppers near you.

Wyoming Preppers, to respond to the roll call please follow this link:
http://americanpreppersnetwork.net/viewtopic.php?f=516&t=9292

  • Reply to the Roll Call and let us know what you have been doing to prepare.

If you are not yet a member of the forum you can register here for free:
http://americanpreppersnetwork.net/ucp.php?mode=register

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  1. Rick Davis

    I am a Prepper, would like to find a group here in WY, have been on the Texas preparedness group on line, would like to find something like that here in WY, and find other preppers here, but it seems like everyone here is to paranoid to talk to anybody else about being a prepper, or there are none here,

    I am NOT wanting any contact with anyone that is anti gov, or is racist I am not that way.

  2. Marcus

    Greetings Rick,
    If you are in the Casper area, or willing to travel there, check this link.

    http://www.meetup.com/Wyoming-Survivalists-A-N-T-S-Preppers/

    pW

  3. jjb

    im a hardcore prepper in rocksprings looking for other serious preppers in my area if you are contact me at rspreppers@yahoo.com and we can trade info and ideas and get a group together in rocksprings

  4. Josh

    Looking for preppers close to Kemmerer if not in Kemmerer.

  5. Joshua

    Looking into the idea of starting a group here in Kemmerer. Is there anyone from Kemmerer on APN?

  6. Rich Fleetwood

    Hi all,

    I’m the owner/founder of SurvialRing.org, online since 1997. I live in Riverton, and would be glad to meet anyone who wants to learn more about prepping in general, or with specifics.

    Having been through y2k, and then 9/11, and the Doomsday Prepper spike (they wanted me to be on the show, I said hell no), I’ve been dealing with both sides…media wanting info and assistance, and people just wanting to learn more. In other words, been there, done that.

    Tried the meetup thing years ago, no luck. But, still glad to help anyone serious about learning the hows and how not to’s. Hit the website and use the contact form if you want to connect..

    Also, would be glad to get the Wyoming Preppers Network site moving a little faster…I’m a 30 year computer geek, and certified web developer…I’m glad to assist in any area needed.

    Rich

  7. Josh

    Just started a group called American’s Forum here in the Kemmerer area. Working on making it a group that people can bring and present their ideas. We meet once a month. We have now had three meetings. Some of the topics covered are communications and bug out bags. Still trying to get membership up. This summer one of our group members is going to teach a class on brain tanning. Trying to line up some guests but having a hard time doing it. I have enjoyed the opportunities to hear others ideas.

  8. Kenny

    Im moving to Cheyenne, WY from Commiefornia in 2 weeks. I am betting it all on WY. Quit a good job, cashed out my sorry retirement and im going it alone. I dont know a single person in WY and what better people to meet then like-minded ones. Hopefully people dont see me differently because i came from CA. Me and CA have nothing in common. I keep telling friends to get out before the fences go up. It truely feels like its not far off. Ill be in cheyenne by aug. 1st 2013. Id prefer a more rural area and ill probably head for less population eventually but cheyenne is still night and day from CA.

    -Kenny

  9. RIch Fleetwood

    Hi Kenny,

    I can understand leaving the Left Coast, but why Cheyenne? Two places to look at in the state for alternatives would be Casper and Riverton/Lander. Casper is actually a better place, as the second most populous city in the state, but it’s not surrounded by nuclear missiles as Cheyenne is.

    Many small towns to move to, but be prepared to have some skills for hire. Lots of energy industry jobs (growing oil fields between Riverton and Casper), and tons of service jobs.

    Consider looking for state of county jobs first, as there are quite a few (I work for the state myself). Laramie is a huge college town, but has many issues crime and job wise. Rawlins and most other cities on Interstate 80 should be avoided for obvious reasons (roving hoards would start there). Jackson hole is stunning and beautiful, but no one can afford to live there if you’re not a Rockefeller.

    I bugged out here in 2000. Best decision I ever made, after growing up in Texas, and then spending a few years in Birmingham. Best state you’ll ever want to move to.

    - Rich

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