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  1. Food and water
    There are many different types of hand water pumps on the market to choose from. Some can be used with existing electric well pumps if the cylinders are small enough (yielding less water) to fit in the casing with the existing pump. The majority of these pumps are installed for an emergency...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I just purchased two 275 gal. totes for my emergency water supply. My thought is to bring water to them from the backyard spigot, then run a garden hose off of the second in line to water the garden and trees. My thought here is I keep 550 gallons of water on hand which is being cycled through...
  3. Vendor Deals
    The Seychelle Pure Water Straw with Advanced filter is a technological breakthrough in water filtration for people on the go - anywhere, anytime! Compact, easy to use and truly versatile in its attractive carrying case, the Pure Water Straw is like a miniature bottled water plant. It's ideal...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This is an example. Ever seen the 35-pound plastic jugs-in-boxes that restaurants buy their cooking oil in? - I took one home from the local pub to see if it would make a good water jug. And I think it will. I had to clean it with Dawn to get all the old cooking oil out. The plastic jug itself...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The first picture is straight out of the pond on my property . The picture of the glass shows how clear no smell tastes good . excellent for 29$ filter .5 micron
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I've seen the 'emergency water" rations being sold, but could you make your own with ice cubes and a vacuum sealer? Any ideas on shelf life?
  7. Urban Survival
    One of the things that makes me wonder is the lack of a water plan in these commercial survival kits. I suppose they may be a good place to start, but without decent drinking water (the Red Cross says 1/2 gallon a day for drinking) most kits, commercial or home make, are seriously lacking the...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Has anyone tried this water? It came in 4.2oz packages and it's US coast guard approved. They taste kind of wierd. I was just wondering if anyone has had any experience with these.
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