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Wednesday, December 14, 2011

An Idea For Those Empty #10 Cans!!

I have a #10 can that is almost empty so I was trying to come up with an idea of what to do with it. I had read some where that you can make survival kits with them. Great for putting in your vehicle. Especially now that it is winter. We live in a pretty rural area and if we go 1 mile out of our town than we are in the "boondocks". We are at least 30 miles from any other town, so if anything happened we would be stuck for a while. When the winter weather gets really bad, like last winter, we were stuck. Our small town was at a stand still. It only has one truck that can do the roads and they ONLY do the "highway" that goes through our town. That is it.

Some things to put in the can:

A candle or one of those heat cell fuel cans so that, if you have to, you can use the can for a small stove. Put the heat under it to melt snow.

Emergency Thermal Blanket

Water Proof Matches

A multiblade folding knife

a small roll of tape

granola bars, peanuts, or a couple of those Millennium bars.

Emergency Whistle

First Aid Kit

Glow Stick

A couple of Hand Warmers

A couple of Aqua Blox

Emergency Light And Tool

Some small packages of tissue paper.

This is just an idea of what to keep in your car survival kit. This is a great way to use your empty #10 cans. Does not take up a lot of room in your vehicle.

You should also always have a fully charged cell phone if you are planning any winter driving. A small tool kit is good to have in your car too. Jumper cables. anything that you can think of.

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