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
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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.
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)