We spoke with Rob Hanus recently about the proper way to prepare for emergencies. We were so impressed by his depth of knowledge and his experience that we connected with him again. Like everything else in life, there are different levels and degrees of prepping. How far you take it is up to you. At the very least you should have enough food and provisions on hand for at least one week. This will hopefully get you through a major natural disaster. From that point on, the more you’ve put away, the more ready you’ll be for a longer term event. You’ll also want to develop a plan to get your family together, should the need arise. And don’t forget to get an electrical inverter (DC-AC) that will allow your car to power appliances around your home.
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