The DOPE Farm podcast #9

George Washington’s Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior #7

Put off not your Clothes in the presence of Others, Nor go out your chambers half dressed.

Weed of the Week!

Yaupon Holly (Ilex Vomitoria)

Ilex vomitoria

NC State extension Ilex vomitoria

Wild Edibles Yaupon Holly (Ilex Vomitoria)

Eat the Weeds Yaupon Holly, Ilex vomitoria

Franklin Horton’s “Compound Fracture”

I finally took the opportunity to listen to Franklin Horton’s new book “Compound Fracture”. I have read or listened to all of Franklin’s books and this one does not disappoint.

All of Franklin Horton’s books take place in the same time frame. His original work was The “Borrowed World” series, there are currently 6 in that series and according to his Facebook Reader page book 7 is in the works.

“Compound Fracture” is the third book in the “Locker 9” series. The main premise behind the “Locker 9” Series is that the Primary character Robert Hardwick set up a locker for his daughter “Grace” in the same area she is attending college. Robert is a Post Apocalyptic fiction writer and because of his writing and fans he was able to create a network of people to help Grace get home in the event of something catastrophic happening. I recently mentioned “Locker 9” in my Caching episode.

So as to not give too much away I won’t go into detail about the book itself since I am afraid to give away too many spoilers. Also it is hard to write too much since without getting into detail on the other two books there would be little context.

I contacted Franklin and asked permission to play the sample from the Audible page. He graciously said yes.

This is the publishers Summary of “Compound Fracture”:

The long-awaited third installment in a series that has become a classic in family preparedness. 

When Robert Hardwick’s daughter, Grace, was struggling to reach home because the nation was collapsing, he couldn’t wait. He went after her, finally finding her at one of the safe houses he’d arranged along her route home, a friend’s survival compound in the mountains of northern Georgia. 

A chance encounter at the compound gave Grace the opportunity to hitch a ride home in a chopper while Robert chose to wait for an injured friend to heal up. Before he could begin his own journey home, the compound came under siege from a corrupt congressman and his private army, determined to take the property for themselves. 

In a bid to save the compound and reach his family, Robert comes up with a bold and dangerous plan that just might deter the invading army, if it doesn’t get him killed first.

©2019 Franklin Horton (P)2019 Franklin Horton

If you haven’t read any of Franklin’s books you should! He is a really down to earth guy who has a 9-5 job like the rest of us. Franklin has also graciously offered to give away all three audio books to my listeners! Please comment on this post for a chance to win!!! I will give them away two weeks after this posting!

Gear Whores Gear Closet

The TAC Buddy

From the website:

TacBuddy is an ankle-based trauma kit designed to carry items needed in medical emergencies or shooting scenarios such as terrorist attacks, active shooters and any emergency or self-defense scenario. TacBuddy is designed to hold magazines, tourniquets, emergency trauma dressing, gauze, chest seals, or other need-to-have items. TacBuddy is great for concealed-carry support, first-responders, military, law enforcement, undercover agents, hikers, hunters and many more.


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  1. Jason Edwards

    Love it the Pod casts. Keep up Wynn

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Wynn

      Thanks brother! I appreciate it!


    2. Kenny Hosmer

      That rule should be posted at Walmart’s across the nation

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Allan Ward

    Great information! Definitely going to into more of Franklin Horton’s work. Simper Fi!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Jim

    Just found your Pod Cast’s, thanks for your time! Very interesting.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Dwight

      Hi, I like what I am hearing, will definitely be listening to future podcasts.

      Liked by 1 person

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