Get Prepared

Make A Plan

Look to 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
camping axe

Silky ONO Professional Axe

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Looking for a camper’s best friend? While small & compact, this feisty chunk of Japanese craftsmanship won’t let you down

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This sleek and rugged sports water bottle is made from high quality food grade 18/8 stainless steel that will not break. It is crafted and designed to last and should not rust. Better than using plastic or glass water bottles!

citizen's eco drive

Citizen Eco-Drive Chandler Field Watch

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The sustainable way to power your watch—no batteries required. Citizen’s proprietary Eco-Drive technology powers your watch using the most renewable energy: light. Uses a renewable natural resource by converting any natural or artificial light to energy,

portable jump starter and power station


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With the STANLEY J5C09D digital jump starter and power station, you no longer need to dread roadside emergencies when your vehicle won’t start.

camping and wilderness survival know how


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This monumental full-color guide to the outdoors features more than 600 photographs, diagrams, and illustrations, clearly explaining and illustrating the most successful techniques for any camping or backcountry survival scenario.

5 gallon still

5 Gallons of shine

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Open-type cooling with double keg design. Copper coils own large contact area with water coolant, which offer assuring cooling performance and maintain a rather lower temperature of distilled wine.

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Klein Tools’ Tradesman Pro Organizer Backpack features 39 pockets for plenty of tool storage, including a hard, molded front pocket for safety glasses and a front zipper pocket to store loose parts.

the perfect camping tool

Zippo 3 in 1 Axesaw

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This mighty AxeSaw is built to take on more. Its versatility is essential for the woods, it works as a mallet, bow saw and hatchet so you can set up camp and spend time around the fire.