Andy’s emergency kit
1. Shake & Standard Flashlights, large and small
2. Crank Radio, Grundig,
3. Light Sticks
4. Lightning Detector
5. SAME Weather Radio
6. LED Lantern
7. Fluorescent lantern
8. Butane Backpacking stove
9. Extra Butane cylinders
10. Propane Camping Stove
11. Extra Propane cylinders
12. 12 v cell phone charger
13. Various 12 volt adaptors & AC inverter
14. 3 day supply of meds (refresh every 6 months)
15. Notepads and pencils
16. 2 meter Ham Radio portable
17. Supply of extra AA, AAA, C and D cells as needed
18. Cribbage Board and cards
19. First Aid Kit
20. Supply of Bottled Water on hand
21. 12 volt mini cooler
22. Quick-Grab Bag for items if quick evacuation necessary
23. Supply of candles
24. Matches and butane lighters
25. Several days supply of prescription medications
26. Fuel vehicles
= 3 days before a storm, make as much ice as possible in your freezer, use plastic “Tupperware” containers, Zip Lock Bags,
etc. to fill every empty spot. If there is an extended failure, take ice from freezer and place in lower cold foods compartment.
= Charge all rechargeable items such as cell phones, radios, lamps, etc.
= Stay aware of current conditions from Weather Radio, TV, AM/FM, etc.
= Check Gas Grill Propane Supply, REMEMBER: NEVER use outdoor cooking applicances indoors, such as gas grills, charcoal, generators etc. CARBON MONOXIDE CAN KILL
= USE CAUTION WITH CANDLES, NEVER PLACE NEAR A WINDOW WHERE CURTAINS CAN CATCH FIRE OR NEAR PAPER OR OTHER FLAMMABLES OR NEAR CHILDREN
= It is also important to KNOW where all these items are located; A few times a
year check to see if you can find everything, make a list, store them in a box, a Rubbermaid container, etc for easy retrieval.
= LEARN local shelter locations, evacuation routes, etc. for your area.
=Copies of homeowners Insurance, Auto insurance and other important documents in a sturdy water proof container.