It’s been a while since I last updated but my work behind the scenes to build a survival kit list hasn’t stopped. I’ve been continuing my once monthly addition within my $25 monthly budget. I’ve added some unique and interesting items to my survival gear list.
White Elephant Items in My Survival Equipment List
I was at a Christmas White Elephant Party and someone brought a blizzard survival kit and all weather blanket. How cool! I quickly recognized that these items would be very useful for my survival equipment list. Everybody laughed when I chased it around the table but little did they know – I actually have a use for those!
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Hygiene Items from My Survival Kit List
Hygiene and medical supplies are a big part of my survival kit list. There seems to be more and more choices every day. I just listed the basics and then bought them in small packages to stay within my budget. I am somewhat concerned about the long term storage of these items and the potential for deterioration – they just aren’t made to last for a long time on the shelf. I’m going to add an every-five-years check process to my survival kit building just to check for deterioration.
Survival Gear List Items – Kitchen Utensils
My wife was cleaning out the basement and at some point in the past, we’d upgraded our kitchen and barbeque utensils or been given a set for some reason or another. Nevertheless, those handy items made a great addition to my survival gear list – all for free!
Lights and Super Glue Items from My Survival Kit List
Christmas stocking stuffers are also a great source of survival kit items. Santa must think he’s joking with me but I think I wound up ahead. Who doesn’t have an occasional need for super glue? And a personal headlamp? Are you kidding? I’ve got them in almost every hunting backpack I have but I would never have thought of one for my survival kit list. Even better? It runs on simple batteries!
Summary of Recent Free Survival Kit List Additions
With a regular rhythm of adding items to my survival kit list, it makes me more aware of “other” items that are found or free. Keeping an eye out on a regular basis has really helped me stay within my budget over the last year to build my survival kit.
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