I have a luggage dolly in the car and at home. They are collapseable and don't take up much room. They cost about $20.00. Even kids can use these! You can use small boxes, bungee cords or even an old suit case. Take some weight off of your back as long as possible!
Great ideas. I'm using Father's Day to help my parents with their preps too. Puzzles, find a word books, cards, dominos, and other games are a great idea. Thanks and have a blessed day
I will be researching solar cooker recipes this weekend. Also I'll be adding a much needed deck of cards and small notebook and a couple pens to my kit.
Crossword puzzles for me, and a fully charged ipod for the kids.
For several decades I have kept a journal in my "kit". Whenever there has been a time of hurricanes, snow storms, etc. I have looked at the last posting in the journal. Sometimes, it is a brief posting or a long set of entries covering several weeks. I look back at these entries and learn a bit about myself and my family. How we handled the situation, how are roles changed, and how we grew from previous 'emergencies' always impresses me. We can learn from past mistakes.
Cool beans, I just added some dice, yahtzee scorecards & a couple decks of cards to my preps. I plan on adding a few puzzles and board games too, to help ease the lack of outside stimulation.