Survivalist Victory Garden Features The Powerful Life-saving Bug Out Bag Guide

Bug-out bag: What to pack for a disaster

The truth, however, is that now more than ever, disaster preparedness is important. At, visitors will know all about the much needed bug out bag, a portable kit containing the essential items for survival from disasters within 72 hours of evacuating. The eBook “The Bug Out Bag List: Survival Gear You Must Have For Emergency Preparedness” provides comprehensive details on a powerful checklist to make sure the entire family has a locked, loaded and life-saving bug-out bag. Tim B shares his experience reading The Bug Out Bag List: “I loved this book; it is well written, and packed with great information. I’ve read several ‘bug out’ books, and this one is the best. It contains great pictures, and is easy to read with lists and acronyms to make things easy to remember. Highly recommended.” Available for download at, the ” Bug Out Bag List” eBook lays out the strategic skill for selecting and preparing a bug out bag, and getting the most out of it. The survival guide also points out the 12 places to find water, the easiest water purification method, and the five dependable food sources for the bug out bag. First Aid Kit item recommendations are also provided, along with the easy ways to start a fire. The eBook also provides tips for survivalists to bug out with their pets.
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(BOB) Hurricanes have a way of forcing us all to rethink our BOBs. We should all be ready to hit the road in a moment’s notice with a survival selection of: Food Important documents such as passports Personal hygiene items such as soap, toothpaste, etc. Spare clothing and quality shoes (NO FLIP FLOPS!) If you don’t yet have your own BOB prepped and ready to go, let Hurricane Isaac be a timely reminder. Because Isaac may turn out to be a relatively mild hurricane, but the real storm heading our way is an economic tsunami called “the great global debt meltdown of 2013” (or whatever year it happens). That’s the storm none of us can escape, so be ready for it. Stay informed! FREE subscription to the Health Ranger’s email newsletter Get breaking news alerts on GMOs, fluoride, superfoods, natural cures and more… Join over four million monthly readers. Email privacy 100% protected.
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Hurricane Isaac reminds Americans to stay prepared with a ‘Bug Out Bag’ (BOB)

Even Pinterest that online home for all things bucolic has boards dedicated to the bug-out bag. And Uncrate, a digital magazine for guys who love stuff, did a popular feature on the bug-out bag . Bugging out, in the parlance of survivalists, is making the decision to evacuate your home due to a disaster. Most of us are not prepared to evacuate, but we can get more comfortable with the idea if we follow some simple rules and tips outlined by Stewart. To help prioritize what should go into a bug-out bag, Stewart points to the Three Rules of Survival, which presume that a person can survive for three hours without shelter in extreme conditions, three days without water and three weeks without food. A well-packed bug-out bag should include everything needed for these three days. The bug-out bag essentials Stewart refers to shelter, fire, water and food as the “Core Four” of a bug-out bag. These are areas your bag must address if you expect to survive. Shelter: You need a tent or tarp to create a shelter. According to Stewart, hypothermia is the leading cause of outdoor-related deaths. Fire: You need matches, lighters, flint and steel to be able to produce fire, which you’ll need to regulate your core body temperature, sanitize water and prepare food. Water: While the Red Cross suggests carrying enough water per person for three days, you can’t really carry enough to survive for an extended time, so you need to the ability to boil and purify water.
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Each of these items is both versatile and critical for comfort and survival. In another Locsak I keep a field guide. It includes instructions for building a shelter, descriptions of edibles plants, and much more. I also include a moleskin notebook and pencil in this bag. Seeing is critical. For this, I keep a flashlight and headlamp for the night and a pair of binoculars for the day. Extra batteries for the flashlights ensure they will maintain usefulness. Fire provides warmth in the cold, light in the dark and energy for cooking. I keep lint (for tinder), matches and a lighter in a plastic bag to ensure they stay dry. I also have a firesteel attached to my knife to give me access to fire whenever I need it. Inside a first aid kit, I keep bandages, medication, scissors, and other miscellaneous items that may prove useful in a survival situation.
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Many people believe the Mayans considered this date the end of the world. Of course, if it really is doomsday, preparing is moot. But if you think survival is possible, then this show could help. NatGeo brought together some preppers and journalists at The Greenbrier, a resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., where an enormous bunker designed to shelter Congress is hidden. It’s an impressive setup, with safety and secrecy paramount. The government began planning it in 1958 and it stood ready for use, though it never was. In 1992, Ted Gup, an investigative reporter, disclosed its existence, and within four years the government stopped funding. Still, the attention to detail, engineering and defense fascinates the preppers. They devote time to shopping, stocking and planning.
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