Completed Incremental Disaster Kit

Incremental Disaster Kit
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At Week 21 we are finally done with our incremental shopping list.  Now that you completed your  incremental disaster kit you will have completed many activities that help better prepare your family, as well as have a fully stocked 72 hour kit.  I urge you not to stop here, but to continue to plan and prepare your family.

Congratulations, on your accomplishment.
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Incremental Disaster Kit (Week 19)

Incremental Disaster Kit
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We are getting close to the end of the incremental disaster kit posts.*  By this point you should be amassing a goof bit of gear, have some new skills, and feeling much more prepared for disaster.

Having worked in Emergency Management for more than a decade, I have been to disaster shelters.  While the government and it’s employees do try to take care of its people in disasters, it is rather impersonal and spotty.
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Incremental Disaster Kit (Week 18)

Incremental Disaster Kit
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We are getting close to the end of the incremental disaster kit posts.*  By this point you should be amassing a goof bit of gear, have some new skills, and feeling much more prepared for disaster.

Having worked in Emergency Management for more than a decade, I have been to disaster shelters.  While the government and it’s employees do try to take care of its people in disasters, it is rather impersonal and spotty.  I would much rather be able to take care of myself and my family and keep them out of the shelters if at all possible.
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Incremental Disaster Kit (Week 17)

Incremental Disaster Kit
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We are getting close to the end of the incremental disaster kit posts.*  By this point you should be amassing a goof bit of gear, have some new skills, and feeling much more prepared for disaster.

Having worked in Emergency Management for more than a decade, I have been to disaster shelters.  While the government and it’s employees do try to take care of its people in disasters, it is rather impersonal and spotty.  I would much rather be able to take care of myself and my family and keep them out of the shelters if at all possible.
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