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Amanda Bobbin

It wasn't long ago Amanda had never heard of prepping or doomsday, until she received what she describes as a psychic message to leave Florida and live somewhere 3,000 feet above sea level. They purchased a home in NC and later discovered it came with two 5,000 gallon water tanks, solar panels, and even a ham radio tower--they call it Paragon Jewel, their

It wasn't long ago Amanda had never heard of prepping or doomsday, until she received what she describes as a psychic message to leave Florida and live somewhere 3,000 feet above sea level. They purchased a home in NC and later discovered it came with two 5,000 gallon water tanks, solar panels, and even a ham radio tower--they call it Paragon Jewel, their "pepper's paradise."

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