Camping and Emergency Preparation
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I had the good fortune to spend a good bit of my childhood in Alaska and as an adult have lived exclusively here. I have a homestead in the Interior of Alaska about 15 miles north of the Denali National Park.
My husband and I staked our 40 acre homestead in 1987 and moved to the undeveloped property in 1989 with our infant son Henry. We build a cabin and lived on the semi-remote property till the Fall of 1994.
While we put together a small 8 foot by 12 foot shack to stay in we put a piece of plywood against one of the huge 300 + year old spruce trees on the homestead. Our tiny son had to stay under the plywood to stay dry as it was drizzling rain. We got the floor walls and shed style roof up with sheeting on three walls and the roof. We didn't have a door yet so we leaned plywood against the open wall so a bear didn't just come right in while we were sleeping.
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This is a great emergency item that is very pack-able. The material is very light weight water and wind proof with reflective lining on the inside. I used one at my homestead last year when I made a winter trip out and found squirrels had gotten into my sleeping bag and STUNK it up! I didn't want to cover up with a stinky sleeping bag and whipped out my survival bag and though I missed the weight of covers or sleeping bag I was much warmer with the bivvy sack than with nothing. The 4th of July trip I hauled out the stinking bedding and insulation they tore up.
This lamp is very bright! it has 10 LED bulbs and a lithium polymer battery and obviously two small solar panels to charge the battery. This is very light and the base is inflatable to save room. I got this for an emergency light for home in the winter and for carrying in my car in winter. It has several levels of light intensity and also has a flashing setting for getting attention.
This lighter works in the wind or rain! I got one for my husband and I to keep in our bag we keep seasonal essentials in for travel or home! They were on sale and had discount for buying multiple lighters.
I have several of these at home on the Parks Hwy, at the homestead north of Denali Park and I would recommend them for the emergency bag in the car or in the back pack while hiking. If you take longer getting home than planned whether on the road or trail and run out of water you will be able to drink water you come across.
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