Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Day 2: Don't Die Out There Cards

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Congratulations to:  Comment #5 Traci Jensen.  You are the winner of yesterdays water filtration bottle giveaway.  Please e-mail me to claim your prize.  

Today’s Item is the  Don’t Die Out There Deck of Cards


On Sale today only for $4.89





· Survival tips packaged in a playful and popular format-a card deck
· Practical information drawn from the Emergency Survival and First Aid pocket guides, both Mountaineers Books' bestsellers
· Written by an outdoorsman and physician
· Water-resistant card stock
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Leave a comment on this 32post sharing an emergency survival tip.
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6 comments:

Andrea :) said...

I need to learn more about survival, but the tip I have is to suck on a rock if you are parched and have no water.

TEXASlorimers said...

My emergency tip is Dental Floss. It is amazingly strong and is small to pack. It can hold up blankets to make a shelter. Tie things up and so much more!
Christi

av8tor said...

Always carry a mirror or a shiny CD, then if lost you can signal searching aircraft. Max Kieffer

E K said...

My husband always carries a deck of cards, because if you are lost and start to play solitaire, shortly, someone will be looking over your shoulder to tell you what to move. Elaine Kieffer

Traci said...

I carry a blanket in my car for emergencies. I have used it several times. Mostly to keep the kids warm while driving. But one time I saw an accident and the lady was in shock. I used the blanket to help her.

Anonymous said...

We are in the process of setting up a survival kit. We always carry hats, gloves and at least one blanket in each car though. That way if anything ever happens we are prepared.

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