Our leaders have counseled us to have 72 hour kits on hand in case an emergency happens. You can buy these from different companies, but they often cost a pretty penny. Additionally, they don’t seem that great. We’re going to show you how to make your own.

  1. Get some big plastic paint buckets. Not only are they great for carrying your provisions, but they can double as a chair if needed.
  2. Collect you provisions. We suggest the following:
    • Flashlight
    • First Aid Kit
    • A mess kit for cooking
    • A flare
    • Ponchos
    • Tolietries (deoderant, soap, toothpaste, sunblock, female hygene products, ect.)
    • Matches
    • Food
      • Ramen noodles
      • tuna fish
      • beef jerky
      • canned fruit cups
      • nuts
      • trail mix
      • instant oat meal.
      • peanut butter
  3. Put the food in plastic bags.
  4. Place provisions in buckets.