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72 Hour/Disaster Kits for Babies/Toddlers

72 Hour/Disaster Kits for Babies/Toddlers (comprehensive list of things you may want to consider including in your disaster kit if you have babies or toddlers at home)


DIY MREs.....a tutorial...

DIY MREs.....a tutorial...great idea for bug-out-bags and 72 hour kits...not to mention backpacking.

EVEN MEN should be prepared to WEAR PANTYHOSE on their bug-out or get-home journey. Why Pantyhose: * Helps prevent getting blisters on long hikes (and your feet will stay extra warm). * Keeps chiggers and ticks at bay as an extra layer. * Is an improvised fishing net, * Carries food or tinder in a survival situation * Filters water (with sand, charcoal and rocks)

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72 Hour Kits and Survival Bags Part 2

"72 Hour Kits and Survival Bags Part 2" Very thorough! -

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Bug Out Bag - 4 Person Deluxe - Emergency Survival Kit - 72 Hour Kit

4 Person Deluxe - Emergency Survival Kit - 72 Hour Kit - Bug Out Bag -

Designed by a nurse, this First Aid Kit will have you prepared for just about any emergency you could encounter. Tons of great ideas on what to include for your own! Via A Bowl Full of Lemons

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72 hour kits for kids

72 hour kits for kids | How Does She...

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How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

How to put together an emergency preparedness kit. This post has kits for your car, kits for your pets, and kits for your home.

72 hour kits - the BEST article I've ever read on how to put a real serious emergency kit together!! Forget the pre-made ones or most of the lists you see online, THIS is the only list you need. (Keep in mind If an emergency is serious enough to warrant an evacuation, it's most likely going to last a lot longer then 72 hours).

Catching fish for survival: This site has lots of cool ways to catch stuff-snares, traps and this really interesting way to snag fish. I'm sure we'll try them this summer...over and over...and be thankful for our turkey sandwiches! haha!