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Review: The Outdoor Answer Epic Water Filter system for wide mouth Nalgene bottles

600 300 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

Want to ensure a constant supply of clean drinking water, even on the move? This water filter system might be just what you’ve been looking for.

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Save the Planet: Nalgene water bottles can help reduce plastic trash and pollution

600 321 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

It seems Nalgene water bottles have been around forever. But actually, it’s only been 70 years. Here is why they have lasted so long, and why I have to many of the Nalgene 32 ounce wide mouth bottles.

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Try these easy hydration sources from the grocery store

600 400 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

So there is an opportunity to go on a quick, not planned hike. But you’re away from most of your gear, and need to carry some water. Before you go, stop at the grocery store and looks for these drinks and containers.

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Peter Kummerfeldt: Finding Water in the Desert

600 300 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

Always take lots of water along, and never depend on being able to find it! But it’s a really good idea to know where to look for water in the event of an emergency. Here are some desert water tips from survival expert Peter Kummerfeldt.

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Try these effective methods to carry water in your survival kit

600 300 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

Being able to carry sufficient water is a survival must. Dehydration can cause you to collapse in the heat or in the cold, and it can kill you. Every survival kit should have some way to carry and purify water.

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Dry Canyon, near Bend, Oregon.

Start your survival kit with the Ten Essentials

600 300 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

You don’t have any wilderness experience, but you want some. So what do you take along to make sure you get back? Where in that urban wilderness maze of outdoor stores, catalogs, websites and eBay will you find the gear you need? Start your survival kit with the Ten Essentials

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A drainage ditch might be the only source of water you can find.

Make A Practical Water Purification System Part of Your Survival Kit

600 400 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

In a disaster, no single item or piece of gear can guarantee your ability to purify water for drinking. But several carefully-chosen pieces of water purification equipment might give you a fighting chance!

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The SPOT Gen3 locater beacon should be accompanied by navigation gear.

Start with these basics for your wilderness survival gear

600 318 Survival Common Sense Blog | Emergency Preparedness

Let this be your mantra: “I will save me. My survival kit won’t save me. My equipment or gear can’t save me.”

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