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Posted: 9/2/2002 6:53:42 AM EDT
...from my 6 y.o. daughter! My daughter, pictured here, [img]www.ar15.com/members/albums/White%5Fhorse%2FBrenna%2Ejpg[/img] has been talking lately of her "Just in Case" bag, and has actually been taking it with her on car rides lately. She shared the contents with me this morning and I was pleasantly suprised at her logic. Here is a complete list of items: 1. Tape player w/Bambi and Mother Goose casette 2. Pixter game 3. Travel clock "just in case Mommy forgets her watch again." 4. 2 pairs undies 5. 1 pair socks 6. Notepad 7. Wet Wipes in a ziplock bag 8. Markers, brush, pencil, hairspray in a ziplock bag 9. Tissues 10. Roll on body glitter "in case something smells bad." She wasn't trying to copy my B.O.B., since she had no idea I had one. Kinda made me proud. So, if you haven't started your B.O.B., now is the time to start. You wouldn't want to outclassed by a 6 y.o. would you? [;D] -White Horse
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 7:00:02 AM EDT
Get her some Goldfish or those cheese crackers, will ya? The girl's gotta eat.
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 7:00:56 AM EDT
Nice family pix of you two standing on a pedestal holding hands.
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 7:03:40 AM EDT
I don't have a Bug Out Bag, per se, but my old job required me to travel a bunch through rural Alabama, so I keep a bag at all times in my vehicle with the following items in it: (mostly incase I went into a ravine, got trapped, etc.) handheld cb radio flashlight firstaid kit w/sutures, tylenol, vitamins .38 revolver w/ammo road flare mess kit w/fuel an MRE, extra dry rice and beans matches washcloth para cord wool army blanket army rain poncho folding GI shovel a few other small items all in a Korean war era backpack I figured it would provide me wih food, clothing, and shelter for about 3 days if needed. Balming
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 7:06:45 AM EDT
Vinnie: That pic was taken last year. Trust me, she is thicker now and we can't stop her from continually eating. Thanks for the concern. dnra: I knew I should steel myself against negative comments, but I think I have the mettle to stand up. ...now see what you made me do? Want MORE pun-ishment?
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 7:11:23 AM EDT
Cute pic! ...'haven't given much thought to the Body Glitter in my BOB, though.
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 7:21:42 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 9:10:57 AM EDT
Originally Posted By White_horse: ... You wouldn't want to outclassed by a 6 y.o. would you? [;D] -White Horse
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Too late!!! [:(]
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 10:18:23 AM EDT
Originally Posted By SWS: Cute pic! ...'haven't given much thought to the Body Glitter in my BOB, though.
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It's never too late. -White Horse
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 10:28:45 AM EDT
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 10:30:21 AM EDT
Originally Posted By White_horse: Vinnie: That pic was taken last year. Trust me, she is thicker now and we can't stop her from continually eating. Thanks for the concern.
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Actually, I meant for her "Just in case" bag. I didn't mean to say that she looked at all "unhealthy."
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 10:31:17 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/2/2002 2:54:03 PM EDT by heliflyer]
Originally Posted By White_horse: ...from my 6 y.o. daughter! My daughter, pictured here, [url]www.ar15.com/members/albums/White%5Fhorse%2FBrenna%2Ejpg[/url] has been talking lately of her "Just in Case" bag, and has actually been taking it with her on car rides lately. She shared the contents with me this morning and I was pleasantly suprised at her logic. Here is a complete list of items: 1. Tape player w/Bambi and Mother Goose casette 2. Pixter game 3. Travel clock "just in case Mommy forgets her watch again." 4. 2 pairs undies 5. 1 pair socks 6. Notepad 7. Wet Wipes in a ziplock bag 8. Markers, brush, pencil, hairspray in a ziplock bag 9. Tissues 10. Roll on body glitter "in case something smells bad." She wasn't trying to copy my B.O.B., since she had no idea I had one. Kinda made me proud. So, if you haven't started your B.O.B., now is the time to start. You wouldn't want to outclassed by a 6 y.o. would you? [;D] -White Horse
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White Horse: Is your daughter taking after her[b] "mothers"[/b] side of the family? That is a real pretty little lady. Someone to be very proud of, as you obviously are. I envy you. Bill
Link Posted: 9/2/2002 10:53:09 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Balming: I don't have a Bug Out Bag, per se, but my old job required me to travel a bunch through rural Alabama, so I keep a bag at all times in my vehicle with the following items in it: (mostly incase I went into a ravine, got trapped, etc.) handheld cb radio flashlight firstaid kit w/sutures, tylenol, vitamins .38 revolver w/ammo road flare mess kit w/fuel an MRE, extra dry rice and beans matches washcloth para cord wool army blanket army rain poncho folding GI shovel a few other small items all in a Korean war era backpack I figured it would provide me wih food, clothing, and shelter for about 3 days if needed. Balming
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No water? [?]
Link Posted: 9/3/2002 4:51:22 AM EDT
Oh yeah, water! I have one of those new army canteens and some water purification tablets too. The canteen is always empty though. I should do something about that! Balming
Link Posted: 9/3/2002 11:03:45 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Balming: Oh yeah, water! I have one of those new army canteens and some water purification tablets too. The canteen is always empty though. I should do something about that! Balming
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Ah! [:D]
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