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How To Make A Kid’s Bug Out Bag

by Morgan Rogue Making a bug out bag for yourself, as an adult, seems easy. You know your exact needs, you’re a fully grown human which means you can carry a good load, and you’re not (likely) a picky eater. Everyone in the household should have their own bug bags, even pets (though they’re going to need your help …). But what about making a bug out bag for kids? It’s not quite as easy. Kids can’t carry as much as grown-ups. They don’t always know exactly what they need. And they are (likely) a picky eater. Here are some … Continue reading

Bug Out Bag Basics: Tips from Mountain House Ambassadors

Ah, the perennial prepper’s quandary: what to put in a bug out bag. Well, thanks to our Mountain House Ambassadors, we’ve got some genuine, real-life examples to inspire your own disaster preparedness! First things first, though: What is a bug out bag? It’s essentially a version of the 72-hour kit, an arsenal of survival tools and provisions that will see you through at least three days of an emergency situation. “Bug out” references the bag’s specific purpose of supporting your basic needs as you navigate to a safe longer-term location to ride out a disaster scenario of some kind. (You’ll … Continue reading

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