Emergency Kit Tools
Cooking after the Apocalypse: How Many Portable Stoves Does a Survivor Need?
Learn how to always have a roof over your head – no matter what happens. Share with someone you wish to always be sheltered from a storm.
When the lights go out, will you have the emergency tools you need to screw, dig, or cut? You’ll need tools to dig, cut, fasten and and move things. And you’ll need good protection to keep your hands free of nasty little cuts that can cause big problems. Find out what’s on my list and please comment on what your plan is to help us all be more prepared!
Instead of suffering through the next power outage with inadequate lighting, take charge of your future and properly outfit your family in the lighting department. It will serve both the current SHTF coming at you in the form of any number of weather emergencies, but should the very worst happen, you’re also not just hanging on – you’re actually having a good time. And you can more easily lend a hand to your neighbors or your extended family who didn’t prepare when you’re properly outfitted.
It’s 45 degrees and raining. Your last backpacking trip of the season has run into a snag – the weather was supposed to be fine and mild, but instead is dripping and cold.
The boots you wore for the weather you expected have sprung a leak and your right foot is shriveled and contributing to an overall feeling of soggy malaise. You make camp and start a smokey, barely-there fire, but you quickly realize that you did not pack the rain fly for your tent. And it’s already leaking.