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Earthquake emergency kits and supplies


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The Water Dilemma: How to Store Enough for a Disaster...Without Chemicals | Kitchen Stewardship | A Baby Steps Approach to Balanced Nutrition

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I've done this during power outages. Put mirrors behind candles to double the light effect. Dollar store mirrors work great.

21 DIY Emergency Preparedness Hacks

Surviving Winter Storms...No Power, No Heat, No Problem!

How to Get Emergency Power from a Phone Line

Seriously clever! A headlamp around a gallon of water = ambient light for your tent and a great night lamp when the power is out.

Preparing your freezer for a hurricane (or power outage). #freezer #hurricanesandy #outage

24 Hr emergency supply kit- must have for the car - ez to put together

Campfire cake cooked in campfire. Fill up orange a little over half way with a cake mix put the top of the orange (lid) back on, wrap in foil, and set in coals for about 20 min!

wine lover "cork" USB drive - perfect to save important documents/info and hide in "plain" sight :)

Waterproof plastic soda bottle capsule. Great for medicine, matches, or spices.

Baking bread on the grill...and other great tips on how to feed your family if you don't have power.

heat your home in an emergency

Cooking off the grid: Building a solar cooker

Homemade fire starters. dryer lint and toilet rolls.

Storing foods in PETE plastic bottles with oxygen absorbers - Great Instructable

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 gallons.

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Electronics charger

emergency preparedness with a flash drive

What should I be preparing for?

Are you ready for the next big earthquake. Checklist to prepare.

family photos for emergency kits

Piggyback Solar Powered Gadget bag

What everybody ought to know about emergency computer kits