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Hi, my name is Lilly, and today I want to plant a survival cache. Stay tuned!
Okay, first of all, what is a cache? A cache is basically some sort of supplies that you might need in a future emergency situation.
For example, you know, when there are big disasters, like hurricane Katrina or tsunamis, earthquakes,
and if there are a lot of houses destroyed, it will usually take two to three days till help arrives, or even longer, as we saw at hurricane Katrina.
So, it’s a wise idea, actually, to plant some caches along your bug-out route, or near to your bug-out location.
My bug-out camp is not too far away from here, about one kilometer away. I don’t want to plant a cache too near to the camp,
because you never know what happens, you know, maybe some other people have occupied
your bug-out location, and then you don’t have the opportunity any more to get your cache.
So that’s why I always stay away from my camp a little bit.
And, yeah.
So, today I have this plastic container with me,
which is a first aid kit, general-purpose container, out of plastic.
And I think it’s great because plastic doesn’t rust like the metal containers do,
and it has this rubber seal around it, so it’s water-proof.
So, now I want to show you what’s in my cache, here.
Okay, the first thing that we see here is a trash bag.
It always comes in handy. It can be used as a trash bag, or as emergency shelter,
or, if you want to make an emergency poncho out of it, so it’s very useful.
Here I have some tissues.
A hand-crank flashlight.
A mirror, so you can look at your face, see if you have any injuries at your back, maybe,
or just for signaling.
Here we have a cheap canteen set.
Okay, next in here, we have a nice candle.
We have a small knife, a folding knife.
And we have some food here.
Canned food which has a pretty long shelf life.
One, two, and three of them. So, that’s enough food for three days.
And, then I have some coffee in here, some chai latte.
Some more food, more coffee.
Then I have this cotton hand towels.
Some tampons.
Always good to have.
And I have some cordage.
And cotton, for, this is resin-soaked cotton balls for making fire.
And here I have this, matches here. I got a lot of them in this waterproof container.
More tampons.
I got this cheap compass here, which can give you a general direction.
A small first aid kit always comes in handy.
Some more cream for the coffee.
Some write in the rain paper.
And this pencil here,
so if you have some important notes to make, you can write something down, which is important.
Then we have this emergency drinking water. The expiry date is till 2020, that’s insane. So it holds a very long time.
And here I have a spoon.
And last, but not least, I have this very nice poncho by Mil-Tec.
Okay, so, we have a lot of useful things in there.
We have shelter in there. We have food in there. We have a container in here, so we can purify water.
And a first aid kit, very important.
And basically, yeah, this is a basic wilderness survival cache.
You can make different caches, you know, urban caches.
The most important thing really is that you don’t use too expensive gear for your cache,
because if you don’t find it any more, you know, you don’t want to lose a lot of money.
And the other thing is that you want to use items which have a long shelf life.
Okay, next I want to dig a hole somewhere where there are not too many roots,
because in the forest, it’s not so easy to dig a big hole, actually, because of the roots of the trees.
I’m pretty happy with this spot here. It’s an area where there are not a lot of people.
And I really like it because of this stone, and with this stone, I definitely will remember where my cache is.
I’m pretty lucky. There are not a lot of roots in there.
Okay, the cache is right in here.
And, yeah, so. It’s not so easy to, you know, recognize that there is something going on here.
Obviously the leaves are, you know, looking a little bit suspicious, because they are lying upside-down,
so that’s not too easy. But I don’t think that anyone will find the cache here. So.
Actually, it’s quite difficult to find your cache again if it’s well-camouflaged.
So it’s very important that you mark the cache on a map of your area,
or maybe, if you have a GPS, you can get the coordinates of your cache.
That’s maybe the best way to make sure that you will find your cache again.
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  2. Polite suggestion ……have a much bigger cache. There is tons of space in the woods, so capitalise on it. Have four times more gear than this. One of those huge 60 litre barrels canoeists use for expeditions (or equivalent of – 2 x 30 litre barrels).

    Yes they will take you several hours to dig out, but worth it when you need it. You can have four times more food and some luxuries too to psychologically help you.

    You may have to help someone else, so have more/extra supplies is worth it.

    We could invest in 6 of these 60 litre caches in different parts of our terrain, and regularly visit them to mentally note their location.

    Yes this is over the top maybe – expensive and time consuming. But a wise investment and secure piece of mind. The insurance that you can definitely survive for a month if need be.

    Also ensure there is a small rucksack in there. Plus some cutting tools in case you somehow don't have them on you (full tang knife, folding saw, multitool). Plus some tinned fish.