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Internet Tool Helps You Build A Bug Out Bag

Pack Your Bag

Now this solves your bug out bag problem!

Is your bag complete? Do you have one for your car? Do you have one?

Internet Tool Helps You Build A Bug Out Bag

Bug Out Bag Resource Tool

 

Well, there’s now an awesome internet site that helps you build, buy, and ship your pack. How? They start with 29 product categories including:

  • Bottles
  • Purification
  • Fuel
  • Multi-tools
  • Freeze-dried
  • MedKit
  • Cover
  • 550 Paracord, and 19 more.

Each category has several products from different manufacturers, all with customer reviews. As you make your selections, as you build out your bag, the tool (the website) tracks in real time the weight, volume, pricing, and progress of your build.

When you’re done, you check out through Amazon “knowing how much your bug out bag will weigh, as well as knowing that all of your gear will fit into it”.

Bug Out Bag Tips Video

Source: Scott Hunt, of Practical Preppers, discusses the tool on the short video below:

 

 

Here’s the link to the website tool: eBugout. It can’t get easier than this.

Image: Dan Evans

[Video] Planting A Wilderness Survival Cache

Buried Emergency Supplies

Burying a cache of supplies you might need in an emergency situation is a great survival strategy.

You could plant more than one cache along your bug out route, or in different locations if it’s an “urban cache”. However, never bury it too close to your actual bug out camp in case it’s now occupied by others outside your group.

What’s In The Cache

One of our favorite folks, Survival Lilly, uses a plastic, general purpose first aid container to store the supplies to be buried: no rust and the rubber seal makes it waterproof (for a few years).

emergency cache

Cache Container

So what’s in it? Here’s the list:

  • contractor trash bags,
  • tissues,
  • hand-crank flashlight,
  • mirror to inspect facial injuries/signalling,
  • canteen set,
  • folding knife,
  • candle …

The LIST Continued And The VIDEO Are On PAGE 2

[Video] Extreme Cold Overnight Bug Out Challenge

Canadian Winter Bug Out Camp

The Canadian Prepper wanted to see what it would be like to spend a night outdoors in below 30°C (-22°F) temperatures. He wanted to condition himself to the harsh realities of having to bug out into the deep woods in the thick of Canadian prairie winter.

And he went by himself.

Canadian Prepper

It’s Cold!

He was testing Aeris (by fortress Gear) base layer clothing for a future video, so he wore no winter jacket. Tough test.

He drove as far as he could on a snowed-in road, hiked through thick brush with his monowalker ( a sled and rickshaw blend), and set up camp in raw woodlands.

VIDEO And Lessons Learned Are On Page 2

7 Questions You Must Ask About Your Survival Supplies

Questions About Your Emergency Supplies

As a responsible and diligent prepper, you’ve been stocking up on supplies your family will need in the event of a natural or man-caused disaster.

backpack

Questions About Your Supplies

You know each family member requires at least 72 hours of survival stocks. Probably much more.

And based on Core 4 and the Law of 3’s,  you make seasonal prep adjustments in clothing and emergency shelter.

LIST Of Questions On Page 2