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Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/03/2012 12:18 PM
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Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question
Even if nothing happens around this date, should we still be prepared?

I have heard all kinds of things like 3 days or darkness, no power, fire, earthquakes and other doom.

What would be needed in a BOB? We have a few cases of water and a some canned food items but that it basically it.
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12/03/2012 12:28 PM
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Re: Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question
There's no reason not to have a 3 day BOB (per person in your house) ready to go no matter what (and don't forget supplies for pets if you have any).

You never know what the future will bring you. If you do it right, your BOB supplies won't go bad and you'll always be ready to bug out if you need to.
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12/03/2012 12:35 PM
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Re: Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question
There's no reason not to have a 3 day BOB (per person in your house) ready to go no matter what (and don't forget supplies for pets if you have any).

You never know what the future will bring you. If you do it right, your BOB supplies won't go bad and you'll always be ready to bug out if you need to.
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And to actually answer your question...

A list on Amazon:
[link to www.amazon.com]


A page about it on a different site:
[link to disaster-prep.org]



At least that'll give you a good place to start.
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12/03/2012 12:45 PM
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Re: Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question
What could it hurt? Have fire, water, ammo and food. Stay in your house the first 30 days.
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12/03/2012 12:46 PM
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Re: Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question
Thanks for the links. This is a big help,
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12/03/2012 12:54 PM
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Re: Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question
Thanks for the links. This is a big help,
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12/03/2012 12:57 PM
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Re: Help! 12-12-12 Bug Out Bag question
Something else that nobody ever seems to consider... a drag sled. With all your basic woodworking tools. Axe, saw, shovel, 1 inch wood auger, etc.

If you face a situation where you have to bug out and it ends up being a road scenario, you'll be glad you brought these items. That's no bullshit.

Don't believe me? Watch this man at work...

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12/03/2012 01:02 PM

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Just FYI - a BOB is not just meant for end of the world events. Even if your region has an unusual flood or series of tornados or if you live in a hurricane area ... you need to be able to leave the area quickly to a safer region.

Whatever foods (power bars et al) and medicines (even tylenol and aspirin) you put in the bag, make sure you periodically rotate them out so your stock is always fresh.

Keep one bag at home and one bag in the car. You never know where you might end up stranded or isolated.