Prepping and Survival
Stores have about three days of food. Distribution centers have about 2 weeks worth. During a hurricane, plywood flies off the shelves like plywood before a hurricane.
You can take some simple steps to prepare for man made and natural disasters. This isn’t tin-foil hat stuff but just common sense.
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