Surviving the Storm or Any Natural Disaster With Rescue Guard

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to not have what you need in a state of an emergency? With all the recent activity including forest fires and other natural disasters, I've been so worried about my family of what we would do if that were to happen to us. I mean really how do you prepare? How do you know exactly what you need? And on top of that would actually be enough. How long would even make sure you have backups for?

The recommendation is that you need to be self-sufficient for 3 days or 72 hours in case catastrophe strikes. Help a rescue may not be able to get to you until then. There may be washed out roads loss of electricity and evacuations. Have the basic supplies ready for you when you need them in one convenient place is definitely something to be happy about.

We recently found out about this brand that takes all the pain out of it for you. What they do is a pack bags with necessities that can take care of a family of four for 4 days with one simple to carry bag. It has everything that you would need including emergency supplies for medical food and shelter.

We live in the mountains when bad weather hits we almost always lose power and that alone is enough to be stressful. I couldn't imagine losing everything else along with it. There is peace of mind and knowing that my family is covered in case we need it.

We received the rescue guard intermediate survival kit is a $99.95 value

How long does a kit last?

Each kit is designed to last a different amount of time depending on how many people that you are supplying.

Rescue guard basic survival kit a $49.95.
It comes with food and water with a 61 piece first aid kit and shelter items for up to 6 days for a single person or 72 hours for two people.

Rescue guard intermediate survival kit is $99.95
It comes with food water and all the supplies needed including a 61 piece first aid kit for up to 12 days for a single person 6 days for two people or 72 hours for four people.

Rescue Gard advanced survival kit is $179.95.
This kid talks everything from intermediate survival kit into one backpack plus a survival knife and ax, another Lantern, Gloves, Plus several more survival tools.

What's in my kit?

Inside the bright red zippered backpack is four key categories including first aid, survival shelter, food & water plus tools this kit can supply our family of four for 72 hours or a single person for 12 days.

  • In a first aid category, there's a 61 piece travel first aid kit including burn cream tweezers sterile gauze ibuprofen scissors powder free disposable gloves antiseptic swabs and more.
  • Survival shelters including rain ponchos Thermo blankets sleeping bag and survival shelter with the Rope included.
  • Food and water including a dozen 4.227 Oz packets of water and the highest quality freeze-dried 2400 calorie food for up to 4 people.
  • Tools include rope, light, survival compass, firestarter, duct tape, work gloves, ax, and knife.

These are so awesome to have on hand just in case disaster strikes. I love the idea of having them in the cars. One time I was traveling with my daughters, alone on a 750 miles road trip (each way). It was one I had taken so many times before. From my home in IL to my family's home in NC. It was right at 12-hour ride each way. Everything was fine for the whole trip until we made it about 3/4 of the way back home.

A blizzard hit. I was terrified. It was the middle of the night and everything was closed THis weather hit what it felt like, out of nowhere. There were blinding snow drifts and my windshield wipers kept going out. I was so afraid that if I stopped I wouldn't be able to get back going again.

I had no supplies or blankets at all except my infant daughters' receiving blankets and my older daughter (then 6) snuggle blanket. The weather in the south is so much different from the weather in the north. I checked the weather going to NC and it was fine, the weather on the way home was the scary part. Since then, I have always made sure to keep something in the car as far as emergencies go. Even if it's just a throw blanket, I have to make sure the kids stay warm.

I love the idea of these emergency kits. They provide so much more than a bag of supplies. It's the peace of mind that even if everything goes out, we will have what we need to be ok. I think it's a great idea to have one in the home and one in the vehicle. You never know when an emergency will happen.

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