Many of us have the tendency to think that we will never face a really serious disaster or emergency.  But those who have been through a difficult ordeal know that it is those who are prepared that have the best chance to survive a crisis.
This article is the first part in a three part series on how you and your family can be prepared if disaster or emergency strikes.
Step 1 – Build an emergency pantry that can provide you and your family with food for a year. Consideration 1 – You will need to gather some metal containers, or durable plastic containers that mice cannot chew through. Consideration 2 – Oxygen absorbers are great for keeping your food from going stale, so get as many as you think you may need. When you are building your emergency pantry, it is a good idea to try to focus on foods that are dried or freeze dried if possible. The goal is to store up a one year supply of food in your working pantry, and to rotate and use the food in that pantry. In addition, you can store food grown in your own garden and add it to your working pantry. The goal will be to add food back to your working pantry as you eat it.  Always try to keep about a one year supply of food on hand.
We started using thrive food storage from shelf reliance; they sell rotating shelves so that you are always using the cans that are closest to expiration first.


To store food take all food out of cardboard boxes and use vacation & seal or Mason jars with oxygen absorbers that you can purchase on line.
The eggs will be fine but after a month or so they will absorb the taste of the mineral oil through the shell. These flexible panels are fixtures designed to properly illuminate work areas in remote off-the-grid locations or for medical triage in the field. Lightweight, rugged Tactical Solar panels provide shade for both hard and soft walled shelters.
This provides a double benefit: keeping the shelters cooler to save energy, while also producing energy. The Tactical Office is a complete office system that provides the conveniences of a modern office, packaged to be deployed anywhere in the world, at a moments notice.
With AC or DC input, the TIM can produce ice cubes for medical ice packs or any other medical application.
The TRF is suitable for maintaining the proper temperature of medical supplies, food and other perishables in harsh environments. Multiple TECUs can be operated in tandem to cool large areas or to meet other specific temperature requirements. You gave us the idea on how to prepare for disaster in order for us to survive when emergency comes I will keep this in mind.


I dehydrate bananas and strawberries and make bread & butter pickles when cucumbers are cheap and cut and freeze peppers for future cooking.
The system includes various modules that can be configured to meet the specific needs of your application.
Incorporating solid state, thin-film solar cells, these power packs provide an excellent choice for applications that require light, durable & silent power. Designed for rugged and hostile environments, It can also be used as a refrigerator for medical samples, test tubes or food.
Readily deployable worldwide, it operates from local AC or DC voltages as well as the optional solar and battery backup feature.
Date the carton and I place the carton in a grocery bags because the carton can get a little greasy. Let the bar dry and then mark each bar with the kind of cheese and the date.The wax keeps oxygen out and the cheese will last years.
I had never seen one before but that is pretty cool when he starts a fire, igniting it by air.



Film websites for free download
Extreme survival kit smith and wesson
Disaster planning courses online 2014
National geographic magazine wallpaper

Rubric: Solar Flare Survival



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  2. Boz_Qurd
    Than sandwiches, chips and soda and we would.
  3. SOSO
    Have every little thing you listed so we not phone into a radiation.