Moved the cans out to their safe location.
I’ve still got a few things to put in once I make my next trip to the market – matches, tp, etc. But just walking down to the cans is easy enough.
And really, if disaster came tonight we’d be OK now. So yay!
I still need water, first aid kit
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
- Paper cups, plates, and plastic utensils
- Battery-operated radio and extra batteries
- Flashlight and extra batteries
- Cash or traveler’s checks, in case banks are closed in the days following an earthquake
- Non-electric can opener or a utility knife
- Small fire extinguisher
- Matches in a waterproof container
- Aluminum foil
- Plastic storage containers
- Signal flare
- Paper, pencil
- Needles, thread
- Medicine dropper
- Wrench, to turn off gas and water
- Toilet paper
- Soap, liquid detergent
- Feminine supplies
- Plastic garbage bags and ties
- Plastic bucket with tight lid
- Household chlorine bleach
CLOTHING AND BEDDING
- Sturdy shoes or work boots (keep near your bed)
- Rain gear
- Blankets or sleeping bags
- Warm clothing
- Sunglasses (keep your spare eyeglasses in the emergency kit, too.
- Will, insurance policies, contracts deeds, stocks and bonds
- Passports, social security cards, immunization records
- Bank account numbers
- Credit card account numbers and companies
- Inventory of valuable household goods, important telephone numbers
- Family records (birth, marriage, death certificates)
Ordered emergency kits for both our cars and 3 days of freeze dried food for all of us.
I have a feeling that having the food will motivate me to finish this project. Gosh, I hope so!
By the end of October. Why? I don’t know … Halloween????