Alrighty. It's high-time we move on to the next step in the 72-hour kits. Today's task is all about shelter and clothing.
My list goes as follows:
2 person tent
And when we had our kids here at home, and they had their own 72-hour kit backpacks, I packed the following in their packs:
2 large garbage bags (for shelter, extra layers, etc)
complete change of clothes
Your list will likely be a little different, depending on where you live, and the weather. Obviously, we never know when this 72-hour kit will come into play, so plan on the coldest weather you might receive.
Remember that a 72-hour kit generally doesn't provide you with all of the niceties of life. Think about being away from your home and having only what is in your kit. What will you need? What are the bare necessities?
Some of the items on the lists will just come from your drawers or closet. The others may take some time to gather. We'll work on this Task for the month of February, and then we'll move on. Good luck!
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