Learn how to make s.c.a.r.e kits so that you can get your hands on it quickly and be able to get out of the house with it. The world has gotten so chaotic that it only makes sense to be prepared for social unrest.
Along with weather disasters and man made chaos we should all be ready to get in the car and get our family to safety without having to think about what all to bring. Having this and a bug out bag for each member of the family and pets if you have just might make the difference in how well you cope and can take care of yourselves. Keeping the bags in one location all together and teaching the kids that they should come to that spot for their bag if and when you tell them to will go a long way to getting everyone out faster. Another thing is to make sure you are changing out articles in your bug out bags as the weather changes.
If you had to go in winter it would not be good if summer clothes and shoes were all you had to wear. Every member should have a good solid pair of hiking boots along with good socks, just in case the roads are too congested to drive and you have to walk.
Dirt Time shares what you might want to have in a s.c.a.r.e. kit that can then go in your emergency survival bag. This is a kit that you would keep handy at all times for in case violence or chaos were to happen around you.
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.
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