Taking stock in our supplies and gear

Taking stock in our supplies and gear
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What to stock up on? How to get prepared for coming shortages due to, crop failures, Shortages maybe loss of job or just a Natural Disasters. Who knows what is coming? Stock up on foods and supplies, all of the things you count on in your daily lives. My videos are to help the commmon man or woman, to start to prepare them and there family’s to be ready for any type of situation! To have food, water and survival supplies on hand!! To show you that even if you are on a budget, you can do this for you and your family. To give you knowledge to succeed in preparedness for you and your family. To always bring you good tips, tricks and how to’s and important information! Show you how I do things not that you have to do it that way just a Template to go buy. All things that are brought up or talked about or reviews done on products are my own Opinion! I ENCOURAGE all comments and different ideas to help all people.

#1 water 1 gallon per day per person
#2 non-perishable food/canned goods
#3 manual can opener
#4 paper goods and plastic goods
#5 Zip lock bags
#6 paper towels & toilet paper & baby wipes
#7 Extra glasses or contacts
#8 personal hygiene tooth brush, toothpaste, soap, Deodorant & baby powder
#9 feminine products
#10 All baby needs food, diapers ext
#11 pet supplies
#12 propane or gas stove to cook on with extra gas
#13 first aid kit a good one
#14 prescription drugs or non prescription drugs
#15 sunscreen
#16 insect repellant
#17 change of clothes for everyone and 2 pair of extra socks
#18 tarps, sleeping bags, tent, some way to get shelter
#19 very important cordage to make shelter
#20 good shoes, boots waterproof
#21 Important documents in waterproof bag
#22 battery backup for you cell phone and extra charging cord
#23 a good map of your area you live in
#24 cash
#25 Books & games & toys for your kids
#26 pen pencil and note pad
#27 battery powered radio with extra batteries
#28 battery powered lantern, headlamp or flashlights
#29 candles and matches
#30 battery banks and solar chargers
#31 whistle
#32 light sticks
#33 a good pocket knife
#34 basic tools
#35 Gloves
#36 shovel, saw, ax or anything that will cut up wood
#37 mask, safty glasses
#38 fire extinguisher
#39 all kinds of fire starters you name it bring it
#40 large trash bags they have many uses
#41 duct tape
#42 PATIENCE… to get you through the tuff times….

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13 Replies to “Taking stock in our supplies and gear”

  1. People are blind and will not believe what's happening. Their waiting for severe conditions and then they will be looking for our stuff. Especially the people under 30 year's old. They call us crazy. I'm only preparing for wild foraging and living without the stuff they will be looking for. I can survive on what the earth provides. Not many people can do it. I pray that God takes me before it gets that bad.

  2. Tracy K. says:

    Have doggy poop bags for your waste. You may need it to help grow your garden.

  3. Ken says:

    When I was in Boy Scouts, we used sandy dirt to clean our pots and pans, β€˜our mess kit’.

  4. Raka Mas says:

    Thank you for all you do for us πŸ‘β€οΈπŸ˜€βœοΈ

  5. I plan on sitting in a shower & pour warm water over myself, soap up, shampoo, & rinse.
    Could also use an old galvanized wash tub, stand in it & do the same.
    You could also feed water from a clean barrel, resting on a stand as tall as you like, gravity fed, to shower head or PVC pipe with several holes. Maybe cold,
    or paint barrel black and leave in the sun. Just be prepared for anything. A bucket with sawdust or kitty litter & a toilet seat.

  6. Prepping in the bush outside Hobart, Tasmania, I was surprised how mistaken I was about what I thought I had in the way of supplies.
    When you've been quietly purchasing for months or even years, the chances that memory will fail is high.

    I can't run Excel to save my life, but I can handle tables on WORD!
    Feeling really chuffed to have all my supplies catalogued now, not only the comfort of knowing what I have, but to see the glaring gaps and inadequacies, and to start focussing on what is missing.
    I heartily recommend tabulating a record of supplies, either on digitally or on paper or both. It takes a bit of time initially, but the payoff is huge!

  7. Truth DK says:

    In my experience, one thing to watch out for is first aid kits. Contrary to popular belief, they DO go bad. Especially the cheap ones. After a few years, the adhesive on bandages will no longer stick. The single serve wipes and ointments are in sub-par packaging and the alcohol and ointment leaks out of them. I'm currently going through my camping gear and repackaging it into bug out bags.

  8. I do have a list of everything I am stocking. It does help.

  9. Lavon B says:

    Thank you for sharing
    your ideas with us πŸ™‚
    God bless πŸ™

  10. Nancy Tharp says:

    Thanks for sharing Charles πŸ™ 😎 πŸ– 🏝

  11. GG DEB says:

    Hi πŸ‘‹ πŸ‘‹

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