Get Prepared

Make A Plan

Look to ready.gov/plan for the advice necessary to get prepared for whatever may come your way. Make a plan. Your family may not be all together if a disaster strikes. It is important to think ahead. Know how you’ll contact one another and where you’ll reconnect if separated.

Put a plan together by discussing the questions below with your family, friends or household to start your emergency plan.

  1. What is our shelter plan?
  2. Do we have an evacuation route?
  3. Is everyone in the aware of our communication plan?
  4. Do we have an adequate emergency kit

 

Customize your plan and supplies for your specific daily needs. Keep in mind some of these factors when developing your plan:

  • Different ages of members within your household
  • Dietary needs
  • Medical needs including prescriptions and equipment
  • Disabilities or access and functional needs including devices and equipment
  • Pets
under helmet beanie

CYCLING SKULL CAP

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This fleeced cycling skull cap is designed to provide long lasting warmth and windbreak effect in winter sports like cycling, skiing, snowboarding, football or running. Super lightweight fabric makes you feel comfortable when wear this skull cap under helmet.

TESLA WATERPROOF WINDPROOF PLASMA LIGHTER

Tesla WATERPROOF WINDPROOF PLASMA lighter

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Ignite a fire with the push of a button using your new favorite lighter. The Outdoor Tesla 2.0 waterproof, windproof, electric lighter needs no butane or adjustments for altitude.

warmer balaclava

keep your face warm

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The weather is changing and as it gets colder we obviously adjust our gear accordingly. Putting the lightweight away for gear with more substance, a little more protection from the elements. So as we head into the woods, or get on our bikes we’ve switched out our light weight summer balaclava for one with a little more weight

ulu knife

BIRCH HANDLE Ulu Bowl set

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Traditionally, Alaskan ulu knife was used both as a kitchen utensil and for industrial use. They use it for skinning animals, slicing and cutting of food, cutting hair and trimming blocks of ice and snows. These days, ulu knives are used for cutting, mincing, dicing, and slicing.

chrome industries backpack

URBAN EX ROLLTOP

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People don’t need more stuff, they need better stuff that use less resources. More function, less fashion.

cool weather hiking pants

Winter Hiking pants

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Mens fleece lined winter pants with ripstop fabrics to protect your legs from gravel, scratch resistant & tear resistant, designed for outdoor enthusiasts

Trail jack

Smittybilt universal Trail Jack

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Take the most versatile gear on the trail with you, the ‘Trail Jack!’ The large base and adjustable connector clamp will quickly get you out of any situation.

perfect sharpener for camping and hiking

sharpal KNIFE SHARPENER & SURVIVAL TOOL

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6 FUNCTION: 1. No. 1 V-Notch slot (Coarse CARBIDE)-Quickly set a new edge; 2. No. 2 (Fine CERAMIC)-Hone for a smooth finished edge; 3. Tapered diamond rod (Medium 400 Grit) for serrations & gut hooks; 4. Diamond rod with groove for fishhooks; 5. Ferro rod; 6. High-pitched emergency whistle