Incremental Disaster Kit (Week 17)

Incrimental 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.

This disaster kit is a large piece of my plan to stay out of shelters.  My families kit has grown over the years, and I have actually built more than one.  One for my home, and the other for a place I would go to in the event I had to leave my home.


____1 box graham crackers
____Assorted plastic containers with lids
____Dry cereal
____Anti-diarrheal medication
____Rubbing alcohol
____Syrup of ipecac and activated charcoal

To Do:
____Arrange for a friend or neighbor to help your children if you are not able to respond or are at work.

David Nash :Dave Nash is a Author and Instructor that is dedicated to learning and sharing new ways to efficiently and resourcefully homestead and prepare for disasters.

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