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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #15 on: December 13, 2010, 10:12:49 PM »
I keep them filled, at ALL times, use within 90 days and refill, but put them in the sun prior to use. If needed will keep them longer and use as needed after hopefully putting in some sun. Water will become VERY valuable. I save all bottle clean and fill.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #16 on: December 14, 2010, 08:24:41 AM »
I'd like to know where you expect to get the penicillin without a perscription for it, and even then, you'd have to have a real reason for the MD to write the perscription.  I doubt a survival list will be a good enough reason for most MDs.
Try valley vet supply! :o
Many Vet scripts are the same as for humans. I have a dog with Epilepsy, she takes Phenobarbitol and Valium, same as a human.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #17 on: December 17, 2010, 11:05:57 AM »
Note to Susan and All: Augonit has suggested tea and petroleum jelly to the Town Hall survival list.

I had suggested a portable defibrillator machine with voice commands.
I also suggest white cotton gloves to help group members repair their hands.

BajaSusan suggested these foods:
Almonds, bananas, blueberries, broccoli, cantaloupe, cottage cheese, fruits, fatty fish, milk, quinoa, whole-grain rice or pasta.
(With dehydration and food packaging methods practically any food can be stored now.) Susan suggested: Needles and threads, lighters matches.

Anything not added in yet – will be added on, in the next post.
More to come. 
I realize I had alphabetized one of the Barter Topics lists. Not the one in this Topic.
Not sure this one really needs to be alphabetized, am keeping the same categories Susan set up. 
I added a few more things such as Yogurt Starter Mix available in freeze dried, Spices, Five Grain Mixture (available in health food stores, growing pots, soil etc. )
Some approximate amounts. Rearranged just a few items ...Susan I hope U like this.
I may splice in some of the barter list items.
Later,  Yowbarb  ;)

« Last Edit: December 17, 2010, 11:53:38 AM by Yowbarb »

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #18 on: December 17, 2010, 11:49:43 AM »

First Aid Kit
Medical
(1) 500mg. Amoxicillin 100  Capsules
(3) 500mg. Penicillin 100 Capsules 
(3) 1.5oz tube
(3) 1lb. blocks Bees Wax
(144) Neosporin Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packets
(12) 1.75oz SQ Blood Stop “Quick Clot” Packs
(12) Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive
(3) Celox-A Blood Coagulent 35 gram (1.25 oz) Packets
(3) Celox-A Applicator Plunger Sets with 6g Celox
( 85mg. KI03 Potassium Iodate nuclear anti-radiation 200 pills
(1) Bayer Aspirin 325mg - 400 tablets
(1) 200mg. Advil – 350 tablets
(2) 10oz bottles Nyquil
(280) N95 Respirator Masks
(80) 3M 8511 N95 Masks
(2) Imodium A-D Anti Diarrhea 48 pills
(72) pouches of 2 caplets Imodium A-D
(6) UNISOM (Doxylamine Succinate) 25mg - 48 tablets
(12) 25mg Benadryl 124 tablets
(1) Snake bite kit
(1) Dental First Aid Kit
(1) tube Orajel
(4) 3.53oz jars Vick’s VapoRub
(2) 16oz. Hydrogen Peroxide
(4) Ace Instant Cold Compress
(2) 32oz. Bottles Rubbing Alcohol 70%
( 85mg. KI03 Potassium Iodate nuclear anti-radiation 200 pills 
(1) Tactical Trauma First Responder 
(1) Blood pressure cuff kit, adult
(1) Cervical collar
(1) Stethoscope
(1) Pen light
(2) Sutures
(1) First aid book
( Pair exam. gloves
(10) Abdominal pad 5”x9”
(6) Safety pins
(2) Casualty blanket 84”x52” Silver/OD
(1) Hand sanitizer 2oz.
(1) Calamine lotion 6oz.
(1) Hand soap
(5) Petroleum Jelly
(6) After bite wipes
(1) Sam Splint/Universal splint
(1) 6” elastic bandage
(10) 4” X 4” Sterile sponges
(2) 1” Tape
(2) Blood stopper kit
(5) Eye pad
(2) Triangular bdg. 40”x40”x56”
(16) 1”x3” bandage strip
(5) Butterfly strip
(5) 2”x4” Bandage strip
(10) Knuckle bandage
(2) Ice pack
(1) EMT shears
(2) SS Hemostats
(1) Tweezers
(1) Scalpel handle #3
(2) Scalpel blades
(5) Tongue depressor
(1) CPR mask
(45) Antiseptic wipes
(5) Ammonia inhalants
(2) Airways
(3) Multi Trauma dressing 12” x 30”
(1) Eye wash 4oz.
(10) Triple antibiotic
(5) Burn Aid package
(12) 1.75oz SQ Blood Stop “Quick Clot” Packs
(12) Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive
(3) Celox-A Blood Coagulent 35 gram (1.25 oz) Packets
(2) Portable defibrillator machine with voice command
(1) Landers Frary & Clark CDV-715 Radiation Survey Meter
(1) 1 lb. bottle Powdered Zinc Oxide USP
(1) 8 oz. bottle RITE-DENT Eugenol USP
Xtra Meds

Hygiene  
(52) Gillette Disposable Razors
(2) 1.5 Liter Bottles Listerine
(1410) Q-tips
(96) Bars Soap
(20) Toothpaste
(6) Toothbrushes
(3) Floss
(4) Antiperspirant
(330) rolls two ply toilet paper
(50) Glad 30gal. Trash Bags
(1) Portable Toilet Kit Snap on 5gal. Bucket with snap on Toilet Lid

VHF Handheld
Thermal Clothes
Winter Coats
Fire Extinguishers
Bow and Arrows
Canteens
Rope
(2) Emergency Blankets
Fire Starters
Paper, Pencils, Pens
Books
Games

Foods
Flour Canned
Sugar Canned
Baking Soda
Baking Powder
Salt
Molasses
Condiments
55lb table Salt
(2) 30oz. Bottles Mustard
(1) 6lb Black Pepper
(3) 44oz. Bottles Ketchup
(2) 15oz Bottles A1 Sauce
(2) Cider Vinegar
(2) 1 gal. Bottles White Vinegar
Coffee
Tea
Can Goods
Box Milk 50
Box Juices 100
Apple Cider Vinegar 5 Gallons
Garlic
Pineapple
Honey 2 Gallons
Beans 50 #’s
Rice 50#’s
Pastas
Soups
Tuna 50 Cans
Spam
Can Bacon
(32) 15oz cans  whole corn
(4) 14 ¾ oz cans Creamed Corn
(24) 15oz cans tomato paste
( 14.5oz cans Diced tomatoes
( 15oz cans early peas
(4) 15oz cans Sweet Peas   
(2) 40oz Canned Yams

(24) 26oz cans Spaghetti sauce

Grains, Bread, Cereals, and pastas
( #10 cans Mountain House White Rice (18 cups per can)
(2) #10 Mountain House Rice & Chicken (8 cups per can)
(1) #10 Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki W/Rice (9.5 cups)
(6) #10 Mountain House Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce (10 cups per can)
( #10 Mountain House Macaroni & Cheese (10 cups per can)
(2) #10 Mountain House Beef Stroganoff W/Noodles (10 cups per can)
(6) #10 Mountain House Lasasgna w/meat & Sauce (10 cups per can)
(12) 10 ¾ oz cans Chicken Noodle Soup
(4) 26oz cans Chicken with Rice Soup
(2) 7oz. cans baking powder
(2) #10 Baking Powder (10 lbs)
Susan's Note: Baking Powder is a faster rising substitute for yeast in biscuits, etc.

Packaged, Sealed:
(2) 4.5lb boxes Quaker Oats (100 servings)
(1) 28lbs elbow macaroni
(1) 34lbs Spaghetti
(1) 60lb All Purpose Flour
(1) 1lb pack #1 Fleischmann’s yeast
(10) 2lb Five Grain Whole Grain Mixture
(10) 2lb Quinoa
(10) 2lb whole-grain rice
(10) 2lb whole-grain pasta
(5)   1lb Baking Soda
(2) 1lb Dried Almonds
(20) 0.25lb Spices, ssorted

Meat & Protein  (45lbs)
(27) 12oz cans SPAM Oven Roasted Turkey (20.25 lbs)
(48) 12oz cans SPAM canned meat (36 lbs)
(24) 14oz cans Chicken Broth 
(22) 6oz. cans Chunk Tuna
(34) 28oz cans Baked Beans
(10) 15oz. cans Chili with Beans

(1) 8lb Dried Red Kidney Beans
(1) 8lb Dried Black Eyed Peas
(1) 8lb Dried Lima Beans

(132) 7.75oz cans Beannie Weanees (64 lbs)
(36) 9oz. cans Yoder’s canned Bacon (20.25 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked hamburger (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked pork sausage (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked pork chunks (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked beef chunks (21 lbs)
(24) 14.5oz cans Barbeque Pork
(2) 3.4lb can of Planters Peanuts
(2) 40oz. jars Peanut Butter

Dairy
( 20) cans evaporated milk
(2) #10 cans Honeyville powdered buttermilk
(2) 30oz. cans Monterey Jack canned cheese (3.75 lbs)
(5) 0.25lb Yogurt Starter

Fats & Oils
(4) 1 gal. Corn Oil
(2) #10 cans Crisco
(24) Red Feather canned butter
(2) 9oz cans PAM cooking spray

Note: Corn oil has a shelf life of about 2 years before it goes rancid but Crisco has a shelf life of 3-5 years.

Sweets
(2) 5lb bottle honey (10lb)
(1) 7lb bag brown sugar
(1) 60lb white sugar
(2) 32oz  Jelly
( 2lb jars Strawberry Jam
(12) 24oz. jars  Molasses (18lbs)

Freeze Dried Meals 365
Freeze Dried Meats and Fatty Fish
Freeze Dried Fruits: Bananas, Blueberries, Cantaloupe
Freeze Dried Veggies 150 Broccoli, etc.
(2) #10 Provident Pantry Freeze Dried Peas (48 servings)
Freeze Dried Dairy Products  Milk, Cottage Cheese, Yogurt Starter

Cat Food 450 #’s
Cat Litter 300 #’s
Dog Food 100 #’s
Chickens
Scratch

Home/Camp/Travel Gear
LP
Sleeping Bags 2
Fishing Poles 2
Hooks
Flashlights 4
Batteries LOTS
Candles LOTS
Matches
Lighters
Oil Lamps 2
Oil For Lamps
Bleach 50 Gallons
Laundry Soap
Dish Soap
Paper Plates
Hand Can Opener

Beverages
Water
Coke
Rum
Beer
Wine

Growing Food
Plant Seeds 50 Packets
Plant Food
Growing Soil
Pots

Tools
(1) 21” Bow Saw w/extra blades
(1) Shovel, foldable
(1) Claw Hammer
(1) Handsaw, crosscut
(1) Axe, single blade
(1) Pick Axe
(1) Maul
(1) Large Crowbar
(1) Ladder
(1) 4lb Hand Sledge Hammer
(1) Cold Chisel
(1) Diamond Honing Block Knife sharpener
(1) Nicholson 8” Axe File
(1) Set of Phillips head Screwdrivers (Large, Med, Small)
(1) Set of Flat head Screwdrivers (Large, Med, Small)
(1) Set of Allen wrenches
(1) Socket Set w/ratchets
(1) Razor Knife w/100 spare blades


noproblemo2

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #19 on: December 17, 2010, 12:33:34 PM »
I have seperated these lists into Categories for ease of research for all. Please feel free to add to them.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #20 on: December 18, 2010, 05:23:33 AM »
Is Vick's on there?  If so, I must have overlooked it.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #21 on: December 18, 2010, 05:43:42 AM »
Is Vick's on there?  If so, I must have overlooked it.
Will make sure it is, Thanks

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #22 on: December 18, 2010, 01:08:17 PM »
I have separated the categories and am working to alpha them also. If anyone has suggestions, could you please do them in each category for ease of inserting them into a "Master List" ??? Will make things easier for all I hope.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #23 on: April 15, 2011, 07:08:30 PM »
Under the Hygiene section you may want to add

Kotex items for those that need them

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #24 on: April 15, 2011, 07:19:31 PM »
Thank you bk, appreciate your input. Also welcome to Town Hall.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #25 on: April 15, 2011, 07:29:53 PM »
Keep in mind under the Food section

For the ones that are in their fixed location Root Crops will hold for a long time.

Potatoes
Onions

at room temp away from light

Carrots
Cabbage
Beets
Turnips

with proper storage temps (basement or root cellar) they could last for months.

Hard fruit

Apples
Pears

Citrus

Oranges
Lemons
Grapefruit

all would last a few weeks or more to make your stash last longer.

Also for those in location start planting

Fruit & Nut trees
Cane bushes (Blackberry/Raspberry) Blueberry
 so they can be ready to produce in a few years.

 

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #26 on: April 15, 2011, 09:04:16 PM »
bk, feel free to input them into the original post if you'd like. Very good info Thanks

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #27 on: November 03, 2011, 03:26:09 PM »
Maybe I missed it, but I think it might help to make it clearer as to what part of the Survival Lists are necessary for one 150 lb (?) adult for how long (one month, one year, 5 years, thru the after-time ?). Regardless, these Lists are amazing & seem very complete!

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #28 on: November 03, 2011, 06:05:31 PM »
Maybe I missed it, but I think it might help to make it clearer as to what part of the Survival Lists are necessary for one 150 lb (?) adult for how long (one month, one year, 5 years, thru the after-time ?). Regardless, these Lists are amazing & seem very complete!

I will try to post that info, sometime in next few days ...
Possible Susan had posted that, will have to look back.
LDS have charts about that...
This Mormon site looks like it provides a lot of good info:  Provident Living Today

http://www.provident-living-today.com/index.html

http://www.provident-living-today.com/Bulk-Food-Storage.html   Bulk Food Storage Charts
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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #29 on: November 03, 2011, 07:03:48 PM »
Here's my list, for what it's worth. I do not have the bulk bins itemized as you do above. Maybe with both lists together, I'll have something useable (for me).

GTHOOD packing list:
Large backpack
Poncho
Sleeping bag
Shovel/ etool
Multi-plier tool
25' 550 cord
Weapon cleaning kit
Hygeine kit w/tbrush soap foot powder
3 extra pair boot socks
1 set clothes- subdued colors
Cats paw tool
Small hammer
Wet weather gear top/ bottom
Leather gloves
Bright orange marker
3 emergency meals (mre)
Salt/ pepper
Roll of duct tape
Zip ties
Sling rope 13' w/ carabiner
Polypropylene top/ bottoms
Knit cap
Walkie talkie +3 sets batteries
Small scope/ binos
200 rds primary wpn ammo
100 rds 2d wpn ammo
4 canteens or 2 camelback
Water pump
Imox pen w/salt
1/4 ground pad or thermarest
Cooking pot/ canteen cup
Fork spoon
FA kit
Sewing kit
Cable saw
Ziplok bags
TP
2 sq ft heavy tinfoil
Tras bags w tubing ( solar still)
Goggles
Shemagh


Small pack/ fanny pack/ web gear
Survival kit
Lighter/ wp matches/ flint
Vaseline cotton balls
Fishing kit
Compass
Extra magazines
Signal mirror
Flashlight/ red lens
Emergency blanket
Granola bars or peanut butter
Knife & sharpener
25' 550 cord
2 canteens w tape & canteen cup
Whistle
2 trash bags
Kurlex
Paper pencil
Maps in wp case/ bag
TP

On body
Pocket items: compass mirror knife fire     starter
Subdued color heavy duty shirt and trouser
Good quality hiking or hunting boots
TP
Pen & paper
Patrol gloves
Glasses
10' 550 cord
Small piece tin foil
Ziplock bag 1 gal

Truck:
Solar panels w/inverter
Xtra battery (car)
AA recharge
AAA recharge
CR123s
Tire kit
Food box
Large pots w/lids x2
Stove w/fuel
Water cans (20gal)
Fuel cans (20gal)
2-3 large tarps
D-shovel
Axe
Saw
Dewalt kit
Rope kit
Sleeping bags
Tent
Seed bank
Tool kit
Lights AA type
Weapons & mags/ammo for all
30 days food kit
Storm lanterns


Trailer (4x8 lawn mower type):
Fuel (70gal)
2yrs stored food
50 gal water
Tarps
Pioneer tools (shovel axe hoe postholers)
Stored water
Toiletry bins
Winter clothes bins