The late Sub_Umbra's thread An Emergency Water Epiphany goes into some detail. His post history is worth looking over - at some point he detailed living through Katrina sheltering in place.Curiously on CPF, techniques to handle personal hygiene and human waste products are blushingly absent.
I'm guessing the old ways are going to be employed.Yes for considering scenarios and preparing for them, including the mundane basics.
Curiously on CPF, techniques to handle personal hygiene and human waste products are blushingly absent.
Every once in a while (I guess every couple of years) I re-read his thread. It's a good primer for me to make sure I have many of my preps in order. One of the take-aways was to be prepared for insect infestation, and flies.
My prep today is to go through this thread to get me motivated to do some preps I may have missed.Spent part of the afternoon digging a small trench about 100' long from the underside of my deck out to Mrs. Scout's garden. Going to bury a garden hose for plant watering so I don't hit it with the mower and have to repair it again...
@RomankoGreetings from Kyiv. This is the backpack I have, 50 litres. I still hope there wont be need for evacuation. I've got lots of flashlights, but the main problem is that our family got no car.
I'll often use the "Trucker's hitch"Cut utility panels from Tractor Supply are coupled into pairs for transport. I think they are made in Oklahoma.
Any ideas on what kind of tie-downs to attach cargo boxes? I have a couple ratchet straps that can go completely under and around the trailer, and if the panels are secured, one could use the panel wires themselves as hold-downs for other straps. Just wondering if members here have found some nifty strap systems.
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