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You don't want to be caught in the middle of a hurricane. This is especially true when your precinct happens to be in the path of the monster. Even if the monster isn't near you, you might need to move from your comfortable home and take some money from the bar. In an emergency situation, it is a good idea not to lose touch with your loved ones. The worst that can happen is that your beloved might wind up stranded in the dark and the cold. There are many options to make the ride more pleasant or even enjoyable.

It's not enough to have a hurricane proof kit. Do not forget to bring water and food if your home is going to be closed for long periods of time. You can make sure that you're happy by creating a game plan ahead of the storm.

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What time does it take for help to be found after you have lost your way?

This depends on several factors:

  • Wherever you are
  • What type of terrain do you have?
  • Whether you have cell phone reception
  • It doesn't matter if someone has seen you.
  • It doesn't matter if your are hurt
  • How dehydrated you are
  • It doesn't matter if water has been ingested.
  • It doesn't matter if you have had food recently
  • Wearing appropriate clothing is important
  • No matter whether you are carrying a compass, a map, or a compass
  • Are you familiar with the area?
  • How many years has it been since your loss?
  • How long did you spend looking for help?
  • How long does people take to notice you are gone?
  • How fast they decide to search you
  • How many rescuers can you attract?
  • How many rescues has your family received?

How do I choose the best knife for my needs?

It is not easy to choose the right knife for you. There are many brands that claim their knives to be the best.

But which one is truly the best? Which one is the best?

Consider first what tasks you are going to be performing with your knife.

Do you plan to cut wood, skin or chop animals, or slice bread?

Your knife is it intended for hunting, fishing, or both? Are you going to use it for camping cooking?

Do you intend to use it for opening bottles and cans? Are you going to open packages or boxes?

Does your knife need to be strong enough to withstand heavy loads?

Is it worth cleaning it after every use. Do you plan to wash it frequently?

Does it need to retain its edge well over time.

What is your top survival tip?

The best way to survive is to stay calm. If you panic you will make mistakes and ultimately die.


  • In November of 1755, an earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 6.0 and a maximum intensity of VIII occurred about 50 miles northeast of Boston, Massachusetts. (usgs.gov)
  • The downside to this type of shelter is that it does not generally offer 360 degrees of protection and unless you are diligent in your build or have some kind of tarp or trash bags, it will likely not be very resistant to water. (hiconsumption.com)
  • The Dyrt PRO gives 40% campground discounts across the country (thedyrt.com)
  • Without one, your head and neck can radiate up to 40 percent of your body heat. (dec.ny.gov)

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How to purify water in emergency situations

In the event of natural disasters, purification of drinking water is an essential activity. Filtration, disinfection, storage are all part of the process to purify drinking water. Drinking clean water has saved many lives during emergencies. It also helps people recover faster after disasters.

Purified water should be stored in a well-ventilated area and away from direct sunlight. When storing purified water, make sure there is no oxygen left in the container. You can use plastic bags and bottles to store purified water if there are not enough containers. Keep the water at a temperature of 4 degrees Celsius (40 F). Avoid freezing the water to prevent ice crystals from forming.

These steps are important when purifying water:

  1. Boil water until it boils. Pour the boiling water through a strainer to get rid of any impurities.
  2. To every 2 gallons, add one teaspoon of the iodine. Mix thoroughly before adding the powdered iodine.
  3. You should store the water in sealed containers. The water should not be kept for more than three days.
  4. Label the container with the date and type of water.
  5. You must ensure that your water supply remains safe.


Informationgraphic on Hurricane Preparedness