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for a checklist of materials and necessities in case of emergency;
Living in the woods can be a desolate solution, it is always nice to be with other friendly people, and these ideas are "just in case" or just a day in the woods.
Just to be prepared for an emergency, plan for public safety risks such as earthquakes, evacuation, power outages, floods at lower altitudes closer to sea level and severe storms,
even in the possibility of a chaotic situation and panic in the city in an event of evacuation.
As much as you can carry or want to carry, load into a vehicle.
Survival guide - Living amongst nature
Emergency kits; packaged dehydrated meat or protein, cooking kit, sewing kit, first aid kit, thread, gauze, tape, rope, water, food, dehydrated foods, canned foods, energy bars, salt, manual can-opener, utensils, pocket knife, water purification tablets, mylar aluminum cover sheet, binoculars, magnifying glass, magnesium and ferrocerium block with spark striker bar and cotton balls is a good firestarter, cable saw or mini hand saw, hatchet, required tools, hunting and safety equipment, fishing rod, hooks, line and sinker, worms and slugs for fishing can be gathered from under rocks or after a rain above ground, Algea is edible and can be used to make flour, water container, lightweight cooking kit, leather gloves,
Solar, crank or battery powered powered devices, flashlight, batteries, a compass, cash and coins, gold, silver, candles, matches or lighters, firestarter equipment,
Non military style clothing for travel, tent and sleeping bag or blanket and roll for the bush.
A knife in sheath with folding blade up to 3" blade which is not concealed and on a belt holster is legal, a sharpening stone.
pre-Map a possible evacuation route to safety, google maps
Water filter straw
LifeStraw Steel Personal Water Filter with Two-Stage Carbon Filtration
The LifeStraw® Steel personal water filter builds upon the ingenuity intrinsic to the original LifeStraw® personal water filter with a durable, sleek steel exterior and 2-stage water filtration process. It is ideal for hiking, backpacking, camping, and travel. The hollow fiber membrane will filter out virtually all bacteria and protozoa.
The LifeStraw® Steel has the additional benefit of an activated carbon capsule which reduces chemicals such as chlorine, organic compounds (such as pesticides and herbicides), odor and bad taste
A charcoal base with a cotton filter would work but just to be sure, see the many methods for filtering water.
Water Purification: Filters, Purifiers and Tablets - Cabela's
Canadian Tire - Woods Waterstraw
are blocked be ready to hit the bush,
Plan a route with google if internet and electricity or battery power is still available, see your satellite view and where you can travel to if need be.
Consider altitude - distance above sea level on google earth;
Zoom from space to see street level, tour the world, find maps, restaurants, zoom in to see your backyard...
gOOgle earth online...
Happy trails to you, Until we meet again, Happy trails to you, Keep smiling until then.
Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Dusty Rogers.
aluminum cover sheet
Emergency foil blankets also known as space blankets, emergency camping blankets or mylar foil blankets.
Mylar aluminum safety blanket;
Wilderness Survival techniques at Wildwood Survival;
Disclaimer , Wildwood Survival , Wilderness Survival , Traps , Snares , Food & Cooking ,
Edible Wild Plants; http://www.wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/food/edibleplants/index.html
Wild Edible Plants Blueberry(fruit), Garlic Mustard(green plant), Gooseberries(fruits), Indian Cucumber Root(tubers), Jerusalem Artichoke(tubers), Mayapple(fruit), Nettles(young whole plant)(& cordage), Ostrich Fern(fiddleheads)(young plants), Trout Lily(tubers), Wild Carrot(roots), Wild Garlic(whole plant), Wild Leeks(whole plant), Agave Root(root)...
Edible Wild Plants
Very important to know the poisonous plants first ! http://www.wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/food/poisonousplants/index.html
Water Hemlock - the most poisonous plant in North America. A single mouthful will kill you! Get to know this plant well.
There are other plants that look like it that are edible! Unless you really know what you're doing,
leave all plants that resemble Water Hemlock alone.
Poison Ivy - poisonous to touch
Poison Sumac - also poisonous to touch
Red Baneberry & White Baneberry - berries are poisonous
Canada Moonseed - Can be mistaken for Wild Grapes - fruits and roots poisonous.
Also don't drink the water from a cut vine.
The Wildwood Canada group - Walter Muma
Wildwood Survival, Stone Age Skills, Wildwood Tracking, Tracking Quiz, Tracker Trail, Leatherwood Trail,
James Bay Road, Route de la Baie James, Rupert River, Trans-Labrador, Hwy Moped Trip,
Ontario Wildflowers, Ontario Trees & Shrubs, Ontario Ferns, Ontario Grasses, Ontario Insects, World of Mosses,
Wildwood Canada, Mumart, Wild Ontario, Ontario Trackers, Orangeville Trackers, Wildwood Trackers, Earth Caretaker.
animal hide"skin of an animal", Proper Processing of Wild
Game and Fish,
Curing meat in the SmokeHouse and types of wood used --->
Canadians have a right to live off the grid ?
While technology has made the idea of plopping down far from the madding crowd easier than ever, the seemingly unyielding march of red tape has moved in lockstep.
In some jurisdictions, in fact, off the grid living has been made illegal.
Going off the grid is like insuring yourself against a time the lights may go out, he told Christian Science Monitor. In the 1970s you had a lot of old-style hermitlike survivalists"
But these people are different.
"This isnt the Stone Age anymore; you can live a quite comfortable life.
Firearms Law Canada / non-restricted and restricted firearms manuals
Firearms Law Canada, the premier Canadian firearms law, policy and resource site, Ottawa criminal defence lawyer
Student Handbook - Firearms Law - Solomon Friedman
Learn about different emergencies and how to be prepared. For information about current emergencies,
visit ontario.ca/alert http://www.ontario.ca/alert
https://www.ontario.ca/page/pandemic (infectious disease)
Everyone in Ontario is encouraged to be prepared by creating a plan, assembling an emergency survival kit and by staying informed.
Make a plan
Learn what situations you need to plan for, such as where to go in an evacuation or how to reach family members.
Build a kit
Everyone should have an emergency survival kit, with the supplies needed to be safe and take care of yourself and your family for at least three days.
Learn about emergencies as soon as possible: subscribe to Red Alerts