waterBOB - Emergency Bathtub Drinking Water Storage When a natural disaster or other emergency strikes, be prepared to have plenty of fresh drinking water on hand with the cool new waterBOB - Emergency Drinking Water Storage.
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When a natural disaster or other emergency strikes, be prepared to have plenty of fresh drinking water on hand with the cool new waterBOB- Emergency Drinking Water Storage. Rather than temporarily filling up an open bathtub with water that could easily get contaminated or leak down the drain, just lay this innovative heavy duty food grade FDA approved plastic bladder out in any standard bathtub, attach the fill sock to the faucet and fill to capacity. In about 20 minutes you'll have 100…
Water Thief Tip -In some cases when RVing and wanting to acquire fresh water you may run into a source where your standard filling hose connection won’t work. Maybe the threads are worn, the wrong size or there are none. I ran into this situation last fall in Joshua Tree National Park. They had perfectly good potable drinking water but the water taps had no threading to hook up my hose to. I used
10 Ways to Drink Water: 1. Top with lemon 2. Brew up a cup of herbal tea 3. Drop in fresh cucumber slices 4. Add pineapple 5. Float some blueberries 6. Squeeze in some orange juice 7. Carbonated 8. Splash in cranberry juice 9. Add calorie-free raspberry syrup to crushed ice 10. Drink it pure!
I would so love to fill up a Hydro Flask growler with fresh cold beer from a brew pub and then crack it open and share it with friends around a backcountry campfire. Cold liquids stay cold for 24 hours, and having seen these things in action, I can say that's no exaggeration.