- A thee day supply of water
- A water bottle with built-in purifier (check out the Berkey Sport or the Hydros Bottle)
- Non-perishable food such as tuna in pouch, energy bars, peanut butter crackers
- A survival blanket or two
- Hand sanitizer
- Baby wipes or personal wipes
- Zip lock bags
- Fold up shovel
- Rope or paracord
- Knife or multi-tool
- Duct tape
- First aid items (Band-Aids, antibiotic ointment, pain pills)
- 3 days worth of prescription meds in little baggies, well marked
- LED or Maglite flashlight
- Flares and glow sticks
- Hand crank radio and charging station (this one even includes a solar cell phone charger)
- Jumper cables
- Pepper spray
- Two signs: “HELP ME” and “I AM OK”
- Extra clothing including socks, underwear, study jeans, sweatshirt (these can be compressed in a space bag so they will not take up too much space)
- Reading material, perhaps a paperback or two and a Sudoku or crossword puzzle book to while away the timeDry pet food and treats
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