Do's and Don'ts of Barter and Trade (PART 4)

Do's and Don'ts of Barter and Trade (PART 4)

Waiting until you are in the midst of a crisis and desperate, with no resources at hand beyond trying to grab what you can off the grocery store shelf is not going to work very well for you.

Prepare now for what you know is coming but be smart about it. Break down your emergency reserves into several systems...

System #1 Have a "GO" bag ready at all times that does not weigh more than 40 pounds and can be carried via shoulder strap or back-pack mode. I have compiled a list below that details the absolute basic contents for a go bag but is by no means the final word.

Sometimes regional requirements will make some items obsolete or unmentioned items a necessity, weather and seasonal needs will also affect what you put into your bag however the basic bag should contain at least the following...

* Sufficient high energy food to last 3 days (Chocolate, dates, honey etc)

* Sufficient water for 3 days (3 containers 1 that can be heated)

* Small pot, plate or bowl, fork, spoon (or spork) and a cup

* Small bar of soap

* Flashlight/batteries or hand powered.

* Fire starter and tinder

* Magnifying glass

* Emergency blanket or 2

* Travel packs of salt, pepper, ketchup, mustard etc

* Medical kit (pain killers, tweezers, bandage, alcohol swabs etc)

* A good supply of any medication you may be on

* Small sewing kit

* Knife

* Multi tool (that has pliers, screw driver, saw etc)

* Can opener

* Compass and local map

* Minimum 6' of para-cord + 100' of twine

* Seasonal protection like sun screen, bug juice or hat and mittens

* Clean pair of socks

* Book or small challenging skill puzzle game.

* If you wear glasses a spare pair

* Eye protection

* Latex/rubber gloves

* Spool of fishing line and half dozen hooks

* Binoculars or spyglass

* Book on edible plants

* Picture ID

(FOR FEMALES) * Protection for the monthly needs

OPTIONAL

* Slingshot and ammo

* Bow and quiver of 20 arrows

* Firearm and ammo

* Sleeping bag/mat

* Small radio and batteries

* Solar battery charger

* Paraffin candles

Do not overfill your bag or make it cumbersome, your "GO" bag is just the first line on the emergency system you should have in place. It is not the end all of what you should have but it will contain the basic needs to let you "Grab and go" at a moments notice and allow you to survive a few days until you get to a secure secondary position.

One final item should be a small quantity of GOLD for trade barter or bribes, I can show you how to get gold in small affordable increments (1g) AND how to share this knowledge in such a way as to be able to get your gold for free AND earn from it.

Let me help you to get started now... Contact me, Udo Hoffmann, at primusphilum@gmail.com or (715)426-0518 for a quality assessment, detailed information or instruction on how I can help you to get started today.

 

(TO BE CONTINUED)

This article was published on 16.02.2017 by Udo Hoffmann
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