1. Gather Survival Tools For Your 72-hour Kit
After looking over a multitude of websites, the tools listed below kept coming up. You don't have to buy them for everyone in your family. Perhaps just the adults or your teenager.
There may come a time where you have to cut fabric or canvas to free an individual. Or you need a screwdriver or can opener. And a few carabiners on your 72-hour kit could assist with hanging something useful.
Your tools don't need to be expensive. You're not after the greatest multi-tool ever invented. Check out Leatherman.com for ideas, but you don't have to shop there. You'll find great prices at hardware stores, the men's gadget section in department stores and Walmart.
- Leatherman-type multi-tool
- or Swiss Army knife
While shopping, think inexpensive, lightweight and useful. NOT survival of the fittest.
This is the last challenge of the month. Keep it simple this week!
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