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Emergency Preparedness and Survival Basics
Suggested Gear and Clothing

I was asked to create these pages for a private site. Quite a bit of research went into these pages so I decided to provide the information on these pages to a wider audience.
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Misc Gear

Anyone that has emergency preparedness or survival gear knows that there are things that don't fit into any specific category. These are the many items, large and small, that are not part of our core equipment but are part of the greater "nice to have" category. For most of us core items include those things in our survival kits, car kits, bug out bags, food, cooking gear, protection, etc. The "nice to have" category is made up by things like lanterns, generators, specialty items and things to make our survival more comfortable.

Below are some of the miscellaneous or "nice to have" gear I have.

I keep most of my gear in a 4 foot W X 6 foot H X 20 inch D cabinet. You can see my BOB and tent kit on the top shelf. The other shelves contain clothing, lanterns, stoves, propane and other gear. On the top of the cabinet you can see part of the 50 gallon Rubbermaid tote I keep two of my sleeping bags in, one is a 4 pound Hollofill II Coleman and the other is a larger 5 or 6 pound Hollfill II Coleman sleeping bag. The cabinet is in my office/computer room so it is always close by.

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