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The Nerdy Survivalist: How to Prep When You Have Kids

The Nerdy Survivalist: How to Prep When You Have Kids

72 hour kits for kids - includes a printable spreadsheet for what she includes and for you to keep track on for yourself.

72 hour kits for kids

72 hour kits for kids - includes a printable spreadsheet for what she includes and for you to keep track on for yourself.

72 Hour Kits for KIDS!! Includes ideas for clothing, food, emergency supplies, hygiene, light, money, fun, and more! download the list at howdoesshe.com

72 hour kits for kids

72 Hour Kits for KIDS!! Includes ideas for clothing, food, emergency supplies, hygiene, light, money, fun, and more! download the list at howdoesshe.com

Remote Tripwire Alarm-DONT KNOW WHAT OR WHY I MAY NEED THIS...BUT IT MIGHT COME IN HANDY ONE DAY WITH TEENAGE KIDS! :)

Remote Tripwire Alarm

Remote Tripwire Alarm-DONT KNOW WHAT OR WHY I MAY NEED THIS...BUT IT MIGHT COME IN HANDY ONE DAY WITH TEENAGE KIDS! :)

Car Kit    Water (a case of bottles would be excellent)  72 hour kit food, high calorie meal bars, or other snacks  Cash (20-30 in small bills and include some change)  Diapers/Wipes if you have kids  Emergency blankets/hand warmers (or an old spare comforter)  Jumper cables  Car shovel/pick  Pocket knife  First aid kit  Radio  Package of batteries (for flashlight and radio)  Toilet paper roll  Spare clothes for small children  Coffee can heater

How to Create an Emergency Car Kit and Evacuation List

Car Kit Water (a case of bottles would be excellent) 72 hour kit food, high calorie meal bars, or other snacks Cash (20-30 in small bills and include some change) Diapers/Wipes if you have kids Emergency blankets/hand warmers (or an old spare comforter) Jumper cables Car shovel/pick Pocket knife First aid kit Radio Package of batteries (for flashlight and radio) Toilet paper roll Spare clothes for small children Coffee can heater

PIONEER LIVING SITE - homesteading survival, gardening, preparedness and simple back to basics living    *  Dutch Oven Cooking  *  Building an Open Fire Pit for Cooking  *  Soap Making    *  Making Charcoal   *  How To Make Char Cloth    *  Tanning Hides   *  How to Wash on a Washboard  *  Rendering Lard ...  (pioneerliving.net)

PIONEER LIVING SITE - homesteading survival, gardening, preparedness and simple back to basics living * Dutch Oven Cooking * Building an Open Fire Pit for Cooking * Soap Making * Making Charcoal * How To Make Char Cloth * Tanning Hides * How to Wash on a Washboard * Rendering Lard ... (pioneerliving.net)

Cute bug out bag. Ours have a change of clothes, water bottle, first aid kit, toiletries, emergency numbers and change, different games, snacks, notebook and paper. Toss the survival fanny pack in the adult bag.

Cute bug out bag. Ours have a change of clothes, water bottle, first aid kit, toiletries, emergency numbers and change, different games, snacks, notebook and paper. Toss the survival fanny pack in the adult bag.

This step by step tutorial of how to weave a paracord belt is a great way to incorporate emergency preparedness supplies into your daily wardrobe. You can

This step by step tutorial of how to weave a paracord belt is a great way to incorporate emergency preparedness supplies into your daily wardrobe. You can

Why You Need A Pocket Knife When I was a kid, my dad gave me one of his old pocket knives to carry. So why exactly do you need to carry a pocket knife? #pocketknife #knife #edc

Why You Need a Pocket Knife

Why You Need A Pocket Knife When I was a kid, my dad gave me one of his old pocket knives to carry. So why exactly do you need to carry a pocket knife? #pocketknife #knife #edc

12 weeks to add to your 72 hour Emergency Preparedness- Week 1  1. Obtain a suitable 72-hour kit container (backpack, duffel bag, garbage can with lid). Make sure you have one kit for every member of your family, even children. (If you have a baby/child in diapers, buy an extra pack this week)

12 weeks to add to your 72 hour Emergency Preparedness- Week 1 1. Obtain a suitable 72-hour kit container (backpack, duffel bag, garbage can with lid). Make sure you have one kit for every member of your family, even children. (If you have a baby/child in diapers, buy an extra pack this week)

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