Evacuating your Home 101- Box 9 – The Kitchen box

The Kitchen Box Container Suggestions: Rubbermaid tote, wooden box (If you jumped into this series on this post, you’ll want to head back to the beginning so it makes sense.  The first post in the series is here, then follow the links for the rest of the series.) The possibilities for this box are wide open.  It can be as simple and cheap as a couple of plastic bins (remember that these … [Read more...]

Evacuating your Home – Box # 6 – The Camping Box

Box # 6 - The Camping Box Container:  A wooden box would be the most durable.   (If you jumped into this series on this post, you'll want to head back to the beginning so it makes sense.  The first post in the series is here, then follow the links for the rest of the series.) Of all the boxes so far, this one will need to take the most beating so make sure it's durable.  It will … [Read more...]

Evacuating your home 101, Box 2 – The Car kit

Box # 2 - The Car Kit Container: Duffel bag, tool box, lock box  (If you jumped into this series on this post, you'll want to head back to the beginning so it makes sense.  The first post in the series can be found here, then follow the links for the rest of the series.) This is the collection of tools and supplies that you normally keep with your vehicle at all times, (you do keep … [Read more...]

Camp kitchen, Chuck box, Field kitchen, what do YOU call it?

Remember that time you went camping and spend all your meal-prep time digging in plastic bins or boxes to find the cooking stuff you needed?  What a pain in the back (side) that is.  I going to show you a better way. This 'Better way' has been around for a long time and it's all about an organized container. This container has many different names: Camp Kitchen Chuck box Field … [Read more...]

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