Oh and a finally note, these list downloads are portioned for the average adult, so you may want to adjust them to fit the needs of each family member. Having a 72 hour kit that is more or less centered around your climate is a pretty smart practice, I think.
Here in California earthquake country, we remind folks that can openers in emergency kits need to be hand operated. If you are making a 72 hour kit you will need 3 gallons of water per person…it is 1 gallon per person per day! Here in Alabama as we approach tornado season, there is a Tax Free Weekend, February 21 -23, for all emergency supplies purchases. Also as a few people have mentioned, the most important, is to make your plan for an emergency, know it and even practice it.


My concern with a survival kit in the car is that, in the summer the heat will destroy the food and water. Survival blog topics for a life of preparedness and risk awareness; emergency and disaster or threats thereof.
Remember, each kit should fit (in size and weight) the person they were made for so all your kids can carry their own bag.
The bandanna is up there in the lists with plastic garbage bags and duct tape when discussing versatility for emergency uses.
Because if you unexpectedly have to evacuate or get away for any reason, or if you are unable to return home, your 72-hour emergency kit will provide you with the essentials that you might need to survive for up to 3 days.
In fact, many who do have such a kit will often readjust it from time to time for the season or changing circumstances.


In my Scout Bag (actually two bags) I carry most of what is on the list but I also have some other survival items that I myself find most useful these are: A heavy blanket, a tarp for emergency shelter, saw saw for cutting wood, three different ways to make fire, flares, emergency road signs, a can of gas (one gallon), tools for mechanical, one pistol with a box of shells and a survival 22 rifle that stores inside the stock and a box of shells, one of my compound bows and arrows, a peculator to heat water and a Army style cooking pan that has a food tray on top ( I can cook with this also), emergency radio, head lamp and regular flashlight, Army Style Jungle Hammock, medical kit, a emergency fishing kit, a pay for minutes phone as a backup, some carpentry tools like a chisel and small hammer, nails, heavy garbage bags, a pint of pure grain alcohol, dietary supplements that gives me everything my body needs for one day as well as herbal, and last but not least my CB Radio. That’s right—just one kit for each person in your family that holds enough food and emergency supplies for three days. But I do carry other things but really not worth mentioning as it would be a very long list. I have even included a list of all the food and supplies you need as DOWNLOADS at the bottom!



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