Benefits to Stocking Your Pantry with Food Storage Kits by Tom Senkus
Posted on February 13 2019
Life is good! All is right with the world. The skies are a heavenly blue and the sun is warm upon the face. Then all of a sudden — Well, let’s listen to those lyrics Dorothy sang in the 1939 movie classic, The Wizard of Oz, ‘the wind began to switch, the house to pitch . . . and suddenly the hinges began to unhitch . . . and then Dorothy finds herself stranded in unfamiliar foreign territory for not going to the emergency storm shelter her Auntie Em and Uncle Henry had dug outside of their Kansas home. Dorothy and some newly acquired friends ‘shuddered’ at the thought of those lions, tigers, and bears — oh my; as they traveled the dense magic forest. Dorothy should have feared her ignorance of the typical Kansas weather pattern — TORNADOS!
Common Natural Disasters
The common natural disasters include not only the tornado that Dorothy experienced, but any extreme and sudden weather changes that come as a result of the earth’s atmosphere and natural environment being subject to prolonged disturbance by heat, cold, or rain. Such conditions bring about the earthquakes, floods, windstorms, hurricanes, droughts, blizzards, volcanic eruptions, and tsunamis. There are also disasters ‘waiting to happen’ when infrastructure is not properly maintained on a regularly scheduled basis. Infrastructure such as dams, deforestation of trees, maintenance of plant growth on hillsides and mountainsides that prevent mudslides, and engineering maintenance of concrete and steel in cities are all examples of potential hazards if not properly maintained.
While no one can change the weather, we can change how we think about our everyday environment. It is important to be aware of the area one lives in and what could occur because of a pattern to weather conditions or of humanity’s neglect of the natural environment. The Survival Gear Shop was formed to help people survive and re-build life as they knew before the storm. https://survivalgearshop.com
Key to survival of any natural disaster is a well-stocked food storage pantry to prevent going hungry. Wise people buy survival foods that have a long shelf life. Also crucial to preparing such food storage is to think short-term and long-term emergency kits for food and water. The Survival Gear Shop has thought out life’s essentials for you, https://survivalgearshop.com/collections/survival-gear, by having food, water, and fuel for heat essential during the potential re-building or re-locating after a disaster, as well as survival kits designed for the first few days and weeks after the storm. https://survivalgearshop.com/collections/all-inclusive-survival-gear-packages.
The storage of clean water is also an essential need to surviving a natural disaster, https://survivalgearshop.com/collections/emergency-water-products. Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Tornados — Oh My! Such storms can wreak havoc on the standard means of getting water. Waterbricks are an important aspect of survival gear and should be stored in a cool, dry, dark place. The general rule of how much water to store is one gallon of water for each person in a household per day. If you live in a hot climate, there are pregnant women in your household, and/or children, elders, or sick people are present, there should be a minimum of a 3-day supply of water or 3 gallons of water per person. At the Survival Gear Shop, we sell water as waterbricks of various gallon sizes to keep you and your family hydrated for long periods of time.
Legacy is a survival food brand, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5N5OcRFT44c&t=4s, available for purchase at the Survival Gear Shop. As is described in the video, it is easy to prepare food, has a long shelf life, and tastes good!
To stock up on any of the above items, plus much more, please visit www.survivalgearshop.com today to be prepared for whatever comes your way!