Category Archive: Bug Out Bag

Apr 06

Prevent Misery If You Have To Go To An Emergency Shelter

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Nice small list of items to keep in a go bag in case you need to evacuate your home and go to an emergency shelter. These items could help to prevent illness and infection  in you and your family members. The Survival Doctor shares this list and provides a link to a larger list of …

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Mar 08

How Far can You Walk in a Day When Bugging Out

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How Far can You Walk in a Day When Bugging Out ? Have you ever asked yourself how far you can walk in a day when bugging out on foot during an emergency situation and/or natural disaster ? Many people also have family members that will also be accompanying when leaving a dangerous area. Here …

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Feb 27

Dark Chocolate Cherry and Chia Energy Bars

Dark Chocolate Cherry and Chia Energy Bars

Make your own dark chocolate cherry and chia energy bars. Made with peanutbutter and honey these will give you energy for the whole morning and they are portable so it is even easier to make sure they eat breakfast. Food For My Family shares the recipe for these and they sounds delicious.

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Feb 21

Planning and Retrieving Your Caches

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Planning and retrieving your caches in order to have a pre-staged resupply point. If a disasater or other type of shtf scenario were to happen right now and you had to leave where you are where would you go? What if you couldn’t go there? Weather you would go home, to a friends or relatives, …

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Jan 25

Create a Emergency Dog Medical Kit

Here is a list of suggested supplies to create an emergency dog medical kit that has been recommended and reviewed by a veterinarian. Do you have these medical supplies on hand in case your dog is injured ? Honestly, I personally was missing five items on the list but after reading the article I am …

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Jan 20

Everyday Carry Survival Items for The Non-Paranoid Person

A person does not have to be paranoid to carry a few basic items in a purse/bag that might help them survive in an sudden emergency situation. It is actually a sign of being a responsible person who thinks ahead and thinks emergency preparedness is important. Survival Mom shares an article that explores just that …

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Jan 13

Campfire Bacon – New Way to Cook It !

Zestuous website shares a interesting way to cook bacon strips over an open campfire to get a nice smoky flavor. Half of the fun of camping is being outdoors and doing things quite differently. Kids would get such a kick out of this, they love roasting anything on a stick. Backpackers love to find ways …

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