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Sensible Prepper Presents: Winter Survival Travel Gear A list of common sense Items to have in your vehicle during the cold winter months Being stranded in your car overnight or longer can turn into tragedy if you’re not prepared. Car Survival Kit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtWtxb…
The US economy is going to collapse It’s on the news, in the newspapers and all over the Internet that the economy is going to collapse, the only question is, are you going to survive it This video points out a few of those reasons and 20 things you will need for survival when it happens!
There’s no sense in lugging around a backpack full of unnecessary items or three days worth of food though when your hike is only three hours long You need only cover the basics for a successful day hike. Here’s the Scenario Hike Specifics The Ten Essentials
Preparing for a disaster like an earthquake seems like an oxymoron since one can’t ever really prepare for an earthquake Basically, any good mobile kit should consist of the same essential survival goods as a larger home kit
Just as important as putting your supplies together is maintaining them so they are safe to use when needed Here are some tips to keep your supplies ready and in good condition: Change stored food and water supplies every six months emergency numbers
When an Emergency Strikes Recovering from a Disaster / Emergency Emergency Contact Information Maintaining Your Supplies and Emergency Kit Do you have a Family Emergency Supplies Kit including: Emergency Supplies:
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been counseled to have a food storage and be prepared for an emergency which includes having a 72 hour kit Checklist: 72 Hour Kit (pdf) See the comments from the blog post, 72 Hour Kit Warning, comment #11) Poll: Are You Prepared with a 72 Hour Kit?
As Hurricane Isaac makes landfall, we’re reminded that it’s never too soon or too late to be prepared for disasters. If a disaster occurs and you have a medical emergency, the roads could be impassable for emergency personnel
We have recently been discussing what EDC means, EDC KeyRings, and 72 Hour BOB’s are. In this article, we will be discussing what an EDC car kit means to us andto you. We will also go over a few items that you should always have in your car and hopefully give some new ideas and perspective on the what and why’s of these items. Now I have a small challenge for you! Go out to your car and pull all the items out of your car