Survival Gear Packages How Can One Buy

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hi it’s AlaskaGranny Alaska Prepper if you haven’t started prepping and you want to know
where to begin you can head to the
Dollar Tree if you are going on a trip
maybe you flew in an airplane you didn’t
bring emergency survival bug out bag supplies with you and you decided
you wanted to go on a hike or a long day
outing and need prepping emergency survival items you can also head to the Dollar
Tree there are basic emergency supplies
that you can pick up for just a few
dollars whether you don’t have any or
you need another selection or you just
want to add to your emergency survival bug out bag prepping stockpile you can
find some emergency survival prepping things that will meet the
basic needs of emergency situations
at the Dollar Tree the first thing you
want to think about for your survival gear is food and water
you can pick up some snacks go down the
food aisle pick up things that meet your
needs granola bars energy bars fruit
roll-ups jerky sticks nuts anything that
appeals to you that would keep you
satisfied with something to eat for a few dollars for the
amount of time that you have you can
pick up a six-pack of water those are
handy because you don’t have just one
big jug container of water to drag around and when you’re
finished drinking the water you can flatten the empty water bottle reuse it
roll them up put them in your pack how to roll up reuse empty water bottle container for emergency water storage survival uses
and then you have another container to
add more water to later
what about shelter if you’re going to be
out and the weather turns or you get lost
you might need something to make an emergency shelter
the Dollar Tree has emergency shelter supplies things like
tablecloths shower curtains painting
tarps garbage bags why might you
consider the garbage bags because you
get a set of them you get a whole box
full so even if they’re not very sturdy
they’re not what you really want
they’re just not that thick bigger
sturdy but they could certainly meet
your needs if you have nothing else from
your pack of garbage bags you could make a poncho you
can make a ground cover you could make
an emergency sleeping bag fasten garbage trash bags them together
make a tent and the garbage trash bags come with the
drawstring handle so that gives you
cordage for other emergencies or survival uses we should never go anywhere without a
first-aid kit you can find a little first aid kit
already put together at Dollar Tree or you can pick up
few essential first aid supplies band-aids
ointments gauzes anything you think
you might need in a common situation
those are things that you want to have
extras of things you count on using
day-to-day then look for the tools you
can find little sets of things like
sewing kits manicure sets tweezer sets
hardware sets carabiners carabiners that
even come with another item like a hand
sanitizer those are all handy items to
decide which one do you really need or
do you need any of them it’s up to you
to decide what your needs probably will
be I found a fold-up folding knife on the Dollar
Tree tool aisle which would be nice as a survival knife if
you had no other knife it’s certainly
not the optimal survival knife because it has a
serrated edge and it’s not very sturdy
but in basic outings things that you
might encounter this would certainly do
the trick for only one dollar and it
folds up so you don’t have to figure out
how to make a sheath for it or something
like that it’s not going to poke a hole
in your pocket or hurt you if you should
trip and fall
features of the Dollar Tree folding knife one dollar survival knife is it worth it will it work last
maybe you’re concerned with a few
hygiene supplies you could pick up a few
things like a toothbrush if you’re going
to be out for a few days you could get
some eyedrops a bar of soap
Kleenex the things that you don’t want
to be without those are the things you
want to consider putting in your
emergency bug out bag or day pack think of the things
you absolutely can’t live without
don’t buy a little of everything because
they’re only a dollar each because the
dollars add up as does the weight in
your basic emergency pouch survival bag bug out bag you just want
things that you absolutely feel you
could not live without look for supplies
to build a fire you can get some
Vaseline petroleum jelly some hand sanitizers some
cotton balls cotton rounds they have
matches and lighters I like the idea of
the largest pack of matches that strike
on the box you get the most for your
money and then when you’re done using
them you also have the spent matches
that you can use for a bit of tinder and
kindling keep your box dry and keep your
matches together the matches need to
strike on the box strike plate for them
to work you’re going to have lighting
needs they have some little flashlights
they have glow sticks they have battery
candles they even have regular candles
you probably will find that the most
useful item then would be a flashlight
the smallest flashlight is cool it comes
with a carabiner but it’s not a
replaceable battery so it’s a single-use
and what goes out you’re without you
could buy a basic flashlight and then
get a pack of batteries you can find
them in four packs eight packs and even
ten packs but make sure that you choose
the batteries that are the correct size
for your flashlight
Dollar Tree stores have cordage and duct tape look
those things over figure out what you
need most what gives you the biggest
bang for your buck what can be used for
more than one use item things like cotton
string and twine can also be used to
start a fire but they’re not as sturdy
and heavy-duty as a piece of rope what
about a bag to carry all these things
around you might think well the Dollar
Tree gives me a bag to put it in well
some places don’t provide a plastic bag
anymore and if you’ve ever shopped with
a plastic bag you know they are less and
sturdy and it’s not anything I’d want to
depend on even getting from the car into
the house so you should look for the
inexpensive backpacks they have them for
children they have beach bags things
like that
I found a drawstring backpack that even
has an extra zipper pouch on the front
it’s only $1 and it would certainly hold
a lot of gear that you can carry just on
your back and then your hands are still
free if you buy something with a
carabiner you can still clip it to the
cord while it’s hanging on your back
then you have it available next to your
side even if you don’t have any pockets
I also found a sturdy pouch that’s a
waterproof fabric with a zipper top
which would be great to carry all of
your emergency
identification paperwork a set of your
most important documents pictures of
your family copies of your ID those are
the kind of things that you should have
that are critical to make sure you have
in your 72-hour packs your bug-out bags
your emergency evacuation kits that’s
just something that you should have
together or if you’re traveling you need
to have your documents together so
whether you have no emergency gear you
need to add to your emergency gear or
you’re out of town and you need to build a bug out bag get home bag 72 hour kit
one quickly for an outing head to the
Dollar Tree look for some of these items
decide the ones that mean the most to
you what do you most want those are the
things you should buy don’t buy someone
else’s list think about how you would
use each item and if it’s worth the
money to you after you’ve made your
selection lay everything out and decide
which ones do I absolutely need
which ones can I put back which ones can
I set aside which ones do I have enough
money for and those are the ones that
you should get just because things are a
dollar doesn’t mean you need them from
the Dollar Tree but it’s certainly a lot
of tempting items put together a kit
that works for you include all the most
important areas everything from food and
water to first-aid hygiene shelter light
fire and a bag to put it in add the
tools that you need dress for the
weather you can enjoy yourself outside
and be able to face whatever comes your
way
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  1. Good advice! You are Alaska Granny, how many grandkids do you have? I have 1 son, 3 grandsons and 4 great grandchildren!

  2. Great video!πŸ‘ I actually just showed my son that lil trick with the plastic bottles the other week. Being in Florida I would put some type of container to boil water and a cloth to filter the water too. Really enjoy your videos and u have a pleasant voice. Way to model that kit Alaska granny. It looks good on u! πŸ˜πŸ‘