If you have to evacuate in a hurry, grab your dirty laundry... more
Always carry an emergency kit, flashlight, and batteries. Water is always essential-be sure to have lots of it!!!
If your children attend school, ask the school to consider asking each parent to send a 1 gallon Ziploc bag of emergency supplies to school with the child's name.... more
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No matter how dependent... more
Be always "prepared,” never wait something bad to happen.
Your go-kit isn't complete without prescription medications but it can be difficult to reserve extra meds just to stash away. Ask your doctor for samples of medications... more
Take precautionary measures not to cause fires no matter if you are cooking in the wilderness or around your home in urban settings. Be sure to maintain a safe distance... more
Keep a rain poncho in your car at all times … it doubles as a water collection device!
Always have a blanket, First Aid kit, bottles of water and granola bars in the car.