I have 2 emergency kits in my car. I also have a very large, tough plastic bin in the corner of my back yard (like you might find on docks).
In my car is a backpack that I got from KQED (NPR) for giving them a donation (which I continue to do each month), 2 or 3 years ago.
The duffle bag was a gift that was given to those of us who are involved with leadership, from the President of the BayEast Association of Realtors, late last year, at their inauguration party.
The duffle bag is full of all kinds of stuff to survive on and with. There is a battery-powered lantern, a wind-up radio, a blanket. I’ve added a couple of extra roll-up bags that more stuff can be stuffed into.
Due to my flying adventures, and my sailing adventures with my late husband, Carl, I always carry a pocket knife with me. I may not be able to carry it on a commercial flight…but if I’m checking in my bag, I’ll put it in my roller suitcase.
I also have a very large tough plastic bin in the corner of my backyard (like the ones you might see on docks) that holds more supplies.