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The earth moves, weather patterns are changing. You may find yourself unexpectedly shut off from everything for a few days. ARE YOU READY?

Most recently an earthquake in Japan caused damage in Southern Califorina. Mar.13,2011

ARE YOU READY FOR SURVIVAL?

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It does not matter who you are, or where you or your parents were born. It does not matter what religion you practice or what political affiliation you identify with. What everybody has in common is the desire to survive.

History has shown that disasters have, will and again occur. Natural disasters occur everywhere. The best we can do is to prepare for what nature is most likely going to give us. Customize your disaster survival kit to accommodate the region you live in.

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The Great Hurricane of 1780 is considered the deadliest Atlantic tropical cyclone of all time. About 22,000 people died when the storm pounded Barbados, Martinique, and Sint Eustatius in the Lesser Antilles between October 10 and October 16. Thousands of deaths also occurred offshore. The hurricane struck the Caribbean in the midst of the American Revolution and took a heavy toll on the British and French fleets contesting for control of the area.

Let me be your source for all of your disaster preparedness supplies.  I will let you know that your survival order was received and shipped. Emergency preparedness kits and plans are important for every household. Whether you decide to put together your own disaster kits or purchase survival kits, I believe in good customer service.  If you e-mail, I will respond.  I know with the economy being uncertain, preparedness supplies are not a high priority. Will the earthquake, flood, hurricane or unexpected storm not happen because of our economic status? Having an emergency survival supply can save lives including your own. 

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On April 10th 1815, Mount Tambora in Indonesia erupted and killed 10,000 people from the explosion and another 82,000 people from related causes such as starvation and disease. Why there was no Summer in 1816. Because the explosion of Mount Tambora was very intense, the ash cloud reached the earth’s stratosphere which enabled it to be carried to other parts of the world. Because it takes time for the ash to circulate, it didn’t drastically affect weather patterns in distant places, such as the Northern Hemisphere, until 1816. The dust in the atmosphere caused less sunlight to pass through, thus causing unseasonably cold temperatures. There were two other volcanoes that erupted in previous years, La Soufriere in Saint Vincent (1812) and Mayon in the Philippines (1814). Although these volcanoes were not as intense, there was existing dust in the atmosphere and Mount Tambora’s ash made it much worse.

Work on your preparedness kits and plans now. The world is a relatively small place, and in the case of 1815, the disaster did not even have to occur in the US. The US felt the aftermath.  Nature does not ask if you are prepared. Although technology can predict and warn us of a potentially disastrous occurrence, it is still going to happen. Do you want to be one of the hundreds, or thousands of people rushing to the store at the last minute for emergency supplies only to find the water shelf empty?  Survival kits can save lives. Having a disaster survival kit prepares you for a manmade or natural disaster.

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On March 10th 1888, one of the worst blizzards in American history strikes the Northeast, killing more than 400 people and dumping as much as 55 inches of snow in some areas. New York City ground to a near halt in the face of massive snow drifts and powerful winds from the storm. At the time, approximately one in every four Americans lived in the area between Washington D.C. and Maine, the area affected by the Great Blizzard of 1888.

The elements can be more dangerous than no food or water. Going driving on vacation? How many have perished by just getting lost, or being broken down somewhere? An accident can turn to disaster if you are not prepared. A 72-hour survival kit will get you past the crisis. Emergency shelter and a emergency sleeping bag are important. Survival kit items are compact enough to add space to your homemade survival kit or fit in the trunk of your car. The basic survival kits come with a blanket or sleeping bag, and the deluxe survival kits have a small tent.

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Heavy rainfall caused water to rise in the streets of Johnstown, Pennsylvania in late May 1889. But nothing could prepare the townspeople for what was about to happen. A dam on a hill 14 miles away burst. A wall of water sped toward the town, slamming into it like a gigantic bulldozer. Johnstown was caught by surprise. Many citizens were drowned, crushed by debris, or simply swept away.

In your home survival kit you can add more emergency food and emergency water, for extra days.Compact for easy storage and light enough to grab in the event of being stranded or evacuation. With survival rations,you won't be starving or dehydrated.

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Originating near the Yucatan Peninsula, a compact and fast-moving hurricane rode a low pressure trough across the river and bayou plains of extreme Southeastern Louisiana at such an angle that the wall of Gulf waters it drove traversed the peninsula of Cheniere Caminada three times. Before exiting the continent from North Carolina some ten days later, it had killed nearly 2000 persons, the vast majority from coastal Southeastern Louisiana. On Cheniere Caminada alone, it killed nearly 900, including half the women and nearly all the children. The Great October Storm remains the second largest natural disaster in U.S. history.

Have light when you need it. Help the environment. An emergency light that needs no batteries is always ready when you need it. In a real disaster cell phone towers will be down, but then so will the phone lines. Emergency Response teams can have a mobile cell tower to the area before power is restored. Prepare for survival communication.

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This tornado, which was to be one of the deadliest in US history, touched down about 6 miles west of the Eads Bridge in St. Louis. From the northwest edge of Tower Grove Park, this complex combination of tornado and downburst widened to over a mile and moved due east. It collapsed or swept away portions of houses, factories, saloons, hospitals, mills, railroad yards, churches, and caused a total of over $10,000,000 in damage. In most areas, roofs and trees were not carried away, but thrown to the ground. In other areas, homes were swept away. The 36-acre Lafayette Park was turned into "a wasteland of stripped trees and stumps." On the east end of the Eads Bridge (built as tornado proof after the 1871 event in the same place) a 2-inch by 10-inch white pine plank was driven through the 5/16" thick wrought iron plate.

First aid and hygiene will come in handy when you least expect it. Cuts and scrapes can happen any time. For your furry friends, a pet first aid kit has what you need. Not all stores everywhere are open every day. I carry a first aid survival kit and have restocked it. Add one to your homemade survival kits.

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On September 8, 1900, the greatest natural disaster to ever strike the United States occurred at Galveston, Texas. In the early evening hours of September 8, a hurricane came ashore at Galveston bringing with it a great storm surge that inundated most of Galveston Island and the city of Galveston. As a result, much of the city was destroyed and at least 6,000 people were killed in a few hours time.

Get an emergency preparedness supply and plan started today. You may have many items around the house already.