There has been a lot of attention brought to the term Bug-Out Bag on forums and in the media over the years.
Essentially, you want a lightweight backpack stowed in your office or vehicle with enough basic gear to let you handle a short-term emergency ranging from 24-72 hours. Winter travel can be tough on car and driver, to prepare:Check your tires and make sure your chains fit before the first winter storm and check tire pressure during cold weather. Winter Driving Supply Checklist (pdf 214kb)Keep a basic winter survival kit in your vehicle: flashlight, batteries, blanket, snacks, water, gloves, boots, first-aid kit.
If you find yourself stranded, be safe, stay in your car, put on your flashers, call for help and wait until it arrives. This can happen to the hiker, who is walking his dog along a nature trail when he trips and breaks a leg.  Many have driven home on a typical afternoon commute to find themselves in an earthquake or tornado and must help others in crisis on an empty stomach.


Eat well before you go out on any outdoor activity, no matter how brief your plan is to be gone….walking, hiking, skiing, recreational vehicles, biking, climbing, hunting, fishing, or any outdoor activity. Water : A good rule of thumb to drink about a gallon of water every day to be fully hydrated, more in extreme conditions.  Many of us don’t drink this much, but we should! This website, written by Leon Pantenburg, is about proven common sense survival techniques everyone should know, whether you live in a large city, or recreate in a rural area or near a wilderness. Pack the right tools with confidence and the know-how to use them and you and your family will survive any emergency. If it’s lightweight you are more likely to carry it with you as opposed to a cumbersome hockey duffle bag.
During recent disasters, some evacuees had to walk forty miles or more out of their city before supplies were available!


With this gear you are able to meet the short-term needs of shelter, water, medical, food and self-protection.
Program your radio for traffic reports and emergency messages (for WSDOT radio: 530 and 1610 AM).



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