whats the best type of B.O.B. ?Pics would be great if you've got 'em
Arizona water used to be questionable, but these days it is pretty good.... it just tastes like crap! There's alot of minerals that make the water more "hard", and therefore not very palatable. I find it difficult to drink because of that quality, and that's a bad thing if you're talking about keeping hydrated: You have to WANT to drink and drink often. Anything that prohibits that action could be dangerous.Thanks Neo, now I am singing the Rolling Stones' "Faraway Eyes"--love that song.
Just a question really about AZ water: is it unhealthy or does it just not taste so great? Water is one our best resources in AR. (Coke bottles central AR tapwater and sells it, Dasanti, I think it is, one of those brands anyway).
anyway, my BOB is pretty nondescript, to the point where you could never guess what all I had in it. FAK, water tabs, ammo, pistol, flashlight and niMh batteries and charger, crank radio with outlets for charging, knives, compass, saw, fire stee/mag block, screwdrivers, socks, jacket, lighter, canteen, lock pick set, zip ties, 550 cord and ziplock bags
If chicago had to evacuate, would it be faster on foot or in a car? How quickly could you and yours get out of town on foot with supplies for 5 days?"do u have a bug out location or not"
This can be quite a tough question for some to answer, such as myself. Our first choice is to stay put, where we have all our resources and supplies. The further we go, the less supplies we'd have, and the more at risk we'd be.
We've always known that we live 40 miles downwind of a prevailing wsw wind flow from two nearby nuclear power plants that may require us to BO at a moment's notice. Then the other day I was on a website that showed we are actually within 200 miles of 8 nuclear power plants all in the northern Illinois area near Chicago. Any major release of one or more of these plants could cover quite a bit of southern Michigan and force us to make some long distance plans.
If only we could click our heels three times and be in a safe place...
Nice tool, but may be illegal in some jurisdictions.For the urban survivalist.
Instead of a mini bolt cutter... Dyno Kwick Pick
Here's a link to a cheesy video that shows how it works... http://www.fisherindustriesinc.com/fisherindustriesinc/sell.aspx
(yes there's a cut in the video, but with practice, padlocks are that quick... door locks a bit slower) ~$20.00 available all over.