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Build a Kit After a major disaster the usual services we take for granted, such as running water, refrigeration, and telephones, may be unavailable. Experts recommend that you should be prepared to be self-sufficient for at least three days. Store your household disaster kit in an easily accessible location.
The Ten Essentials: An Annotated List By far, the best known outdoor equipment list is the so called list of Ten Essentials. The list was first suggested in the 1930s in an article which appeared in the newsletter of the Mountaineers , a Seattle-based outdoor club. Since then it has been reprinted in various forms and is used often by outdoor educators as a teaching tool. The original ten items, along with helpful notes, are listed below. Even though the Ten Essentials list is revered by many in the outdoor field, it shouldn't be taken as gospel.
Find resources to plan your family's emergency food storage and preparedness including 72-hour kits, calculators, food storage rotation and other emergency preparedness helps. For years leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have counseled members to have a year's supply of food and other essentials, but why? What should we store? How can you afford to? If I do, should I share with others during an emergency?
Over the years I have tried several different methods of dry food storage with varying degrees of success and cost. I’ve tried buckets, Ziploc bags, and canning jars. What I finally stumbled upon almost by accident was 2 and 3 liter soda bottles. I like sodas but hate to throw the bottles away! I had been making whirly-gigs out of them for the garden to keep the birds away but there are only so many whirly-gigs a garden needs and I had extra bottles and wanted to do something with them.
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Cosmonaut's survival kit in Polytechnical Museum, Moscow Sailors take inventory of a C-2A Greyhound's life raft kit in USS Kitty Hawk (CV 63) paraloft shop A survival kit is a package of basic tools and supplies prepared in advance as an aid to survival in an emergency. Military aircraft , lifeboats , and spacecraft are equipped with survival kits. Survival kits, in a variety of sizes, contain supplies and tools to provide a person with basic shelter against the elements, help them keep warm, meet their health and first aid needs, provide food and water, signal to rescuers, and assist them in finding their way back to help.
The Preparedness Capability Checklist (PCC) has finally matured enough that it’s ready for publishing.
The Do-it-yourself Coffee Can Survival Kit This is a compact kit that can be carried in the car, on the boat, or in a pack for hunting, hiking, exploring, etc. Most of the contents will fit in a one-pound coffee can which doubles as a pot for melting snow and device with which to dig an emergency snow shelter.
Click title or picture for full article. Primitive Cooking Methods Whether we are backpacking or in a survival situation, having a knowledge of wilderness cooking techniques is important. We may not always have cooking equipment so lets go over some alternate methods.
MRE (Meal, Ready to Eat)'s - enough to last 30 days 2 months of food in the pantry (American Red Cross recommends canned food) Canned veggies (Use water in the can as supplemental drinking water) Corn, potatoes, peas, canned Canned fruit - pears Canned tuna Beans , canned Beef stew, canned Chicken, canned white meat Chili, canned Milk, canned Granola bars Peanut butter and jelly Crackers Dried beans, rice, pasta Warm drinks Pudding, canned Juices Cereals Nuts, raisins, candy, soups Dried fruit Extras - catsup, honey, jam/jelly, salt/pepper Date the cans and rotate stock Store non-perishable foods in empty coffee cans Can opener (non- electric ) Also about 4 weeks worth of backpacking food, freeze dried & nitrogen packed High caloric items to keep up your strength Add a supply of good single malt scotch to your stash. (This is no joke.)
Bug Out Bag For someone new to being a Survivalist building your first Bug Out Bag can seem like a big task. Everybody you read about has been tweaking theirs for months or even years and has a pile of gear built up.