9 thoughts to Camping Flashlight Lantern How Can I Order At 13:38

  1. Water key??? It's called a SILCOCK KEY. DON'T KNOW TOO MUCH YET YOU DO VIDEOS ON ADVICE FOE EMERGENCIES? Not too smart…

  2. I wouldn’t keep personal info in the bag unless it’s with you all the time, I kept mine with me all the time and the one night I left it in the trunk my car got broken into and it was gone….now in the long process of making another one

  3. are you in the mountains, ? you can easily need either bugnetting or serious protection from wind, cold, rain. if shtf, fires will just call in your killers. avoid them. Carry only "non-cook" food, like jerky, your favorite nut-butter, instant oatmeal, powdered milk, trail mix. protein bars, Make a plastic silcock, you''ll only use it a couple of times in your life. It's not likely to work more than one day, so be ready to treat sewer water.

  4. today, 2020, you'd damned well BETTER have a face mask vs disease, smoke, dust, etc., but ONE will suffice to get you home. Be aware, tho, that you need to be clean-shaven to have it work and seal its edges with Vasoline.

  5. I've seen it freeze overnight in Long Beach, 1984-5, I forget which. You'd better have a lot more of a cover element, or you'll be really sorry about the lack of same, one day. 3.5 lbs of shelter gear, if you know what to take, will give you a hammock, sleeping bag, sleeping pads, wearable as a poncho, that lets you sleep fine at 40F in office clothing, and can be stepped-up to doing so at 20F, if need be, by re-configuring it.

  6. my shelter/sleep gear is useful all year round and is not affected by its getting wet. It all folds and rolls up into a package smaller than a couple of gallon cans. Stones, thorns, bugs, snakes, water, mud, roots, heat, all can mean you dont want to be on the ground.and a monofilament net-hammock can feed you, too, if need be.