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This Lightweight Pullover Hooded Sweatshirt For Women Is Comfortable And Stylish.drawstrings At Hood And Set-in Sleeves.Reinforced Cuffs And Waistband Add Extra Durability. The Material Is Made From 50% Cotton And 50% Polyester And Has A Fabric Weight Of 7.8 Oz..50% Cotton And 50% Polyester,No Shrinking.lightweight Pullover Hooded Sweatshirt.
Machine Wash,Print And Color Won’t Fade After Washing.
Comfortable And Soft For Outdoor Activity.
Long Sleeve Crew Neck.
Shipping Time:7-12 Working Days.
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For years, James Wesley, Rawles has lived a self-sufficient lifestyle along with his family on a property surrounded by National Forest. In his earlier bestselling nonfiction book, How to Survive the End of the World as We Know It, Rawles outlined the foundations for survivalist living. Now, he details the tools needed to survive anything from a short-term disruption to a long-term, grid-down scenario.
Here, Rawles covers tools for every aspect of self sufficient living, including:
• Food preservation and cooking
• Welding and blacksmithing
• Timber, firewood, and lumber
• Archery and less-than-lethal defense tools
• And more…
Field-tested and comprehensive, Tools for Survival is a must-have reference for anyone who wants to know how to prepare for the worst.Food Preservation and Cooking Tools
Gardening, Farming, and Ranching Tools
Sewing and Leatherworking Tools
Making your Own Tools
Electrical Tools and Electronics
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Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast in August 2005 with devastating consequences. Almost all analyses of the disaster have been dedicated to the way the hurricane affected New Orleans. This volume examines the impact of Katrina on southern Mississippi. While communities along Mississippi’s Gulf Coast shared the impact, their socioeconomic and demographic compositions varied widely, leading to different types and rates of recovery. This volume furthers our understanding of the pace of recovery and its geographic extent, and explores the role of inequalities in the recovery process and those antecedent conditions that could give rise to a “recovery divide.” It will be especially appealing to researchers and advanced students of natural disasters and policy makers dealing with disaster consequences and recovery.
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Forces of Nature is the remarkable story of the courage and commitment of two ordinary women who put their lives, jobs and families on hold to rescue hundreds of thousands of pets fighting for their lives when Hurricane Katrina destroyed New Orleans.
Joanne Greene, a former Playboy Bunny, and Penny Koncz, an award winning Michigan body builder, watched with horror as almost the entire pet population of one of American’s most iconic cities was abandoned and some even shot in the aftermath of the third most powerful Atlantic storm in history.
While humans were ordered to evacuate New Orleans in 2005, no provision was made for the estimated 300,000 pets. Many were left in homes with a bowl of food and water, as their owners expected to return soon. No one was prepared for the apocalypse looming on the horizon.
As the levees broke, thousands of animals had no choice but to sink or swim. Even more, locked in homes, drowned as the raging waters burst through buildings, flooding rooms up to the ceiling. Tragically, even more who survived marathon swims to dry land, or who could flee to roofs and attics, later perished drinking toxic water from the city’s ruptured sewers and petrochemical industries.
Unable to stomach what was happening, Joanne and Penny dropped everything and reported to the Lamar Dixon Animal Rescue Center at Gonzales, Louisiana. Every day they travelled into the wreckage of New Orleans to rescue terrified animals, many now semi-feral after the horrors they had been through.
They waded through foaming polluted waters, crawled under homes knowing there were venomous snakes slithering nearby, stepped on bodies and bones, gagged on the stench of corpses rotting in sub-tropical heat, saw horror and honor in equal measures … and witnessed firsthand an unconquerable will to survive by even the humblest of creatures.
It was not just the field rescues they were involved in. After bringing animals to safety, they worked tirelessly to reunite them with their owners.
What these gallant people did is now a blueprint for domestic animal rescue in disaster zones. Hurricanes will come and go, but it is unlikely that defenseless creatures will ever again be so callously abandoned by bureaucratic collapse as they were during Katrina.
This book is a tribute to all animal rescuers, the unsung heroes of America’s most famous natural disaster is only now being fully told. Written by best selling author of The Elephant Whisperer, Graham Spence.
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The VOLTE Hockey Player BSutter Perfect For All Ages For Outdoor Activities And Concerts.Material: High Quality Plastic
Size: 23cm Diameter 2.3cm Thickness
Perfect For All Ages For Outdoor Activities And Concerts
Frisbee Is Designed With Bright Colors, So You Won’t Lose It In The Air
Eye-catching Color, Also Can Be Play With Your Pets