Desert Emergency Survival Basics: Heartache And Heartburn by Jack Purcell

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After the rock is hot, place your foil pan on the surface and let the rock heat the water instead of using open flame. The pan will last longer using that method. Once the water is hot use your handkerchief or shirt tail for a pot holder to pick it up by both sides so you don’t spill the hot liquid. The vessel sides don’t have the strength to support the weigh of the water if you try to lift it by one side. Pocket survival kit: the fire starter combo, the tinfoil, the lawn bags, cord, and cutting instrument will all fit inside a one-quart freezer bag for your jacket pocket.

Your investment in this person involves finding your way somewhere, or finding your way back. You aren’t looking for a new best friend. You don’t care what he thinks about Japanese-made automobiles. Keep it tight. Talking about religion, sex, and politics used to be a breach of manners. There were solid reasons for this. The potential for someone being offended was too great, and the returns, too small. In remote areas today, those prohibitions should probably extend to other issues such as environmentalism, abortion, welfare, wolves, and almost everything besides the heat, the dry, and whether that dirt road goes all the way out to the pavement.

16) 2 ea. large leaf bags. 17) 2 ea. plastic sandwich bags. 18) A cloth hat with a brim if you don’t always wear one. 19) A pair of walking shoes if you don’t always wear them. 20) A bandana or large handkerchief. 21) 2 ea. Light sticks, one red, one yellow. 22) One road flare. 23) A bottle of salt tablets, tweezers and 2 alcohol pad packets. 24) Any medications you take regularly. 25) One pair of the longest shoestrings you can find. 26) One small, cheap fleece summer sleeping bag. 27) Good sunglasses and a tiny eyeglass repair kit.

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