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August 09, 2022
Did You Say Shelter?
If you said shelter, you’re correct!
Shelter is extremely important because it protects you from the elements. You need to be somewhere safe where the winds and other threats will not get to you.
Hurricanes, tornados, massive power outages / blackouts, floods, earthquakes. wildfires and snowstorms, can kill you, if you’re out in the open exposed to the heat and cold. Not to mention falling branches, flying projectiles or even lightning if you’re outdoors when a tornado is on the way.
Prepare for the kind of disaster which is most likely to occur where you live first. Is it hurricanes, tornados, forest or wild fires, earthquakes, power outages?
You need to come up with a few escape routes so that you will know how to react depending on the situation. Intruders, floods, fires, and other circumstances can be unpredictable.
If you have a swimming pool, do NOT drain, or cover it. If you use a pool cover, a projectile that’s flung on it will totally rip the cover. The water in the swimming pool gives the whole pool weight and this will keep it in place.
During a natural disaster, one of the first things to go will probably be your electricity. Depending on the level of damage, it may take a while for the power to come back on. You must be ready to cope with a power outage!
You have a few options:
Our next post will deal with what to do if you should have intruders (looters) come visiting during a disaster.
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December 09, 2022
Today's Tip 1 is about the importance of having your family practice your survival plan.
Tip 2 is to not obsess about bugging out. When possible the best place to weather a disaster is in your home.