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22 Prepper Supplies That I Don’t Leave Home Without

There are twenty-two prepper supplies that I don’t leave home without. Have you ever considered how one item can provide more freedom, comfort, and expand opportunities? A rain poncho, for example, allows the user to flee the coop and walk relatively comfortable outdoors in the rain. A water bottle and a protein bar will enable hikers to go farther and explore new terrain. More supplies can lead to greater freedoms.

I’m a big fan of day hiking, kayaking, and road trips. Having prepper supplies provides me with peace of mind to experience adventures. Gathering adequate supplies, whether I’m preparing for a journey, disaster, or supply shortages, takes more time and consideration than you might think. To save time, I’ve collected some basic survival supplies into one small pouch so I can quickly move them from a dry bag to a hiking backpack or pack the pouch under the seat of my car. Here are twenty-two prepper supplies that I don’t leave home without.

   

22 Prepper Supplies

22 Prepper Supplies That I Don’t Leave Home Without

  1. Solar Light and Mobile Charger
  2. Bandana Face Mask (sports headband)
  3. Knife
  4. Utility Tool
  5. Paracord (packed under the solar light so not visible in photo)
  6. USB Phone Charger (packed under the solar light so not visible in photo)
  7. Duct Tape
  8. Poncho
  9. Emergency Blanket
  10. Food (protein bar & beef jerky)
  11. Lighter
  12. Survival Straw
  13. Drinking Pouch
  14. Medicated Lip Balm (turned into a candle)
  15. Storm Whistle
  16. Compass
  17. Waterproof notepad
  18. Survival Mirror
  19. First Aid Kit
  20. TacticalPen
  21. Water Bottle (Additional supplies that don’t fit in the pouch) 
  22. Bear Spray

 

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Welcome to my site! My name is Nettie and I started this blog to provide simple tools to help Preppers.  I am a Girl Scout Prepper. “Be prepared! A Girl Scout is ready to help out wherever she is needed. Willingness to serve is not enough; you must know how to do the job well, even in an emergency” (the motto, in the 1947 Girl Scout Handbook). Being a Prepper has been a blessing to me, my family, and friends on more then one occasion. You’ll find these stories throughout this blog.  You will also find prepper supplies checklists, prepper events, cheap food storage ideas, emergency heat sources, survival books recommendations, reviews on power outage lights, printable prepper pdfs, and articles on emergency disaster preparedness.  Click here to read more

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