Austin's Bug Out Bag

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    Food: Hard Candy, small tins of potted meat
    Drink: Folgers Coffee Bags, water purification tablets
    First Aid: Small Johnson and Johnson kit
    Tools: Pry bar, leatherman, matches and lighter
    Maps and Travel Information: Map of the great State of Texas
    Clothing: Flannel shirt, change of drawers for everyone in the family, socks for everyone in the family
    Communication: On me at all times. Morse Code key
    Lighting: Maglite
    Shelter: Car
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    I also carry more than one blanket and several emergency blankets.

    I plan to use the maglite as both a visual aid and a communication tool. Same thing with the emergency blankets.

    My bug out bag is partially a bag (to keep the food from moving around) but otherwise it\'s distributed throughout my car.

    I\'m always within 30 miles (for the most part) of my BOL, so I have enough food for a three day walk. That\'s ten miles a day at worst.

    I keep a box of vacuum sealed coffee bags (I\'m addicted, don\'t want a headache on the road) and although I don\'t smoke on a regular basis I always keep a pack unopened in the car for trading or as an alertness aid.
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    My First aid kit has been modified for several more analgesic pain killers and stomach medicines along with bug wipes (deet).

    I always keep a couple of coat hanger with the flannel shirts, and I\'m carry some cordage for a clothes line or pup tent if the car is no longer mobile.

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