Bob Parker, bushcraft, Cabool MO, David Lohr, dehydrated eggs, El Rancho Restaurant, Hwy. 60, Hwy. 63 exit, June 23, Kosh Trading Post, Koshkonong MO, long term storage food, meeting room, Ozark Mountain Man, Ozarks Property Rights Coalition, parched corn, pemmican, property rights, Sinclair truck stop, speaker, survival, surviving emergencies, with few resources
Topics for the evening will be property rights issues in the state followed by the main speaker of the evening, David Lohr, an expert in survival and wilderness bushcraft, who will discuss surviving during emergencies with few resources.
Lohr has owned Kosh Trading Post in Koshkonong and is a frequent speaker at Mountain Man and Native American events. He wrote the Ozark Mountain Man column for the Hill ’n Holler Review.
Lohr will also instruct listeners in how to create dehydrated eggs, pemmican and parched corn, which he describes at the “original preparedness long term storage food.”
“This is a new meeting location for us,” Parker said. “The El Rancho Restaurant is in the Sinclair truck stop building in Cabool on Highway 60 on the north side of the highway. They are generously allowing us to use their meeting room, and we encourage everyone to come early and enjoy the buffet. Note that El Rancho is a bit east of the Hwy 63 exit in Cabool. ”
For more information, call 417-264-2435.