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Portable Container
__ Durable, Water - Resistant Duffel Bag
__ Frame Pack
__ Day Back Pack = Bug Out Bag
__ Trash Can
....put everything in it.
Then add dolly = Portable!!!
When the Kids get tired you can put them
in it and hall them around once you have
handed out all the backpacks!!!!

Food & Water
__ 3 to 5 Gallons of water stored for sanitation
and drinking per person.
Minimum of 1 Gallon a day per person
__ Method of Water Purification,
Boil your Water or Tablets   Click Here

__ 72- Hours of Food   Click Here
__ Warmth & Shelter
__ Windproof / Waterproof Matches   Click Here
__ Second Method of Starting a Fire   Click Here

__ 3-day supply of food & water per person
when no refrigeration / cooking is available  Click Here

__ Protein / Granola Bars
__ Cracker / Cereals ( for munching)
__ Canned tuna, beans, meat,
Vienna Sausages, jerky, ect.
__ Canned Juice, (pop cans may leak)
__ Candy / Gum (Jolly Ranchers can melt,
and mint gum might "flavor" the other items)

Communications
__ Radio with Batteries or
Radio with alternate power sources
__ Cell Phone with charges 12 Volt and 110.
__ Solar Cell Phone Charger   Click Here
__ Whistle   Click Here
__ Pre-Paid Phone Cards

First Aid
__ First Aid Kit & Supplies
__ Burn Gel & Dressing
__ Sun Block
__ Hand Sanitizer
__ Insect Repellent   Click Here
__ Special Medications or Other Needs

Money
__ At least $40.00 up to $200.00,
Including quarters for phone calls.
You would want $1.00 bills, $5.00 bills
and $10.00 bills only!!
Cell Phones may be down for a while.
You might even need cash
for the gas in your car for a few days
and we have learned they
do not give change back!!.

Important Papers
__ Copies of Documents important
to your family (such as birth certificates,
marriage licenses,
wills, insurance forms).
__ Phone Numbers you might need,
Family and Friends,
credit card information

Kids Things
__ Games, Books, & Hard Candy
__ Small Toys, Paper, Pen, Favorite Blanket ect.

Extra Clothing
__ A complete outfit of appropriate clothing for
each family member. Including extra socks,
under ware, hat, sturdy shoes, and gloves.

Infant Care
__ Baby Powder
__ Blanket, spare too
__ Bottles / Formula
__ Diapers disposable
__ Lotion
__ Pre-Moistened Towelettes
__ Teething Ring
__ Toys
__ Extra Cloths
__ Plastic Bags for the Bad Stuff !!
  Equipment & Personal Items
__ Tooth Brush / Paste / Dental Floss
__ Razor
__ Deodorant
__ Soap   Click Here
__ No-Rinse Shampoo   Click Here
__ Toilet Paper
__ Sanitary Napkins
__ Towel / Washcloth   Click Here
__ Comb / Brush
__ Foods
__ Snacks
__ Beverages
__ Emergency Stove & Fuel   Click Here
__ Knife, Fork & Spoon   Click Here
__ Sierra Cup  Click Here
__ Mess Kit   Click Here
__ Pad & Pencil
__ Gloves
__ Duct Tape
__ Flares
__ Emergency Tent / Shelter   Click Here
__ Sleeping Bag   Click Here
__ Emergency Reflective Blanket   Click Here
__ Hand & Body Warming Packs  Click Here
__ Emergency Poncho   Click Here
__ Light Sources Click Here
__ Flashlights   Click Here
__ Candle   Click Here
__ Light Stick
__ Head Lamp   Click Here
__ Pocket Knife   Click Here
__ Shovel
__ Hatchet, Ax, or Saw   Click Here
__ 50 Foot of Nylon Rope   Click Here
__ Heavy Duty Rubber Gloves
__ Surgical Masks
__ Trash Bags
__ Map of Area
__ Emergency Signaling Mirror   Click Here

Just In Case Items
__ Extra Batteries for all your stuff


Pet Care
__ Food / Food and Water Bowl
__ Leash & Collar
__ Muzzle
__ Toys / Chew Bone
__ 1 Gal. of water for Dogs per day
__ 1 Pint of water for Cats per day
__ Animal Carries!!!


Things to do Long Before the Emergency
__ Take pictures of your home inside and out.
Make sure you take pictures of all important
things that you can not take with you.
Like antiques, pictures, jewelry, guns, ect.
Put them on a CD or a Memory Stick!!!!
That way you will have a copy of what
was in your home at the time.
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