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Snow and Ice Survival

Snow and Ice Survival

If the winter weather has you trapped, would you be able to make it out alive?
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from charlie elk 2/27/2011 at 10:32am

The things we do as the normal course of life here in the north country now need to be taught to our southern friends. Stay warm my friends.
later,
charlie

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from Bo 2/1/2011 at 03:31pm

A large snow storm moved through most of Oklahoma last night. True to form, there were a large number of people who have not figured out that this kind of cold weather phenomenon can kill you. I have not heard of any deaths, but the television is overflowing with pictures of people with no common sense.
For years, I have started every winter by making sure that my winter survival kit is stocked and ready for one of those BAD DAYS when I am driving. I have several flashlights, candles, MRE's and a variety of other things that I have found to be beneficial over the years (in addition to the things mentioned in the article). I have also taken much ribbing over the years for being too cautious about the possibility of this kind of event in Oklahoma; mostly from people who have never wintered in Nebraska where I grew up.
When events such as this current snowstorm come to pass, it is amazing how many people decide that maybe I was not so crazy after all...

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from Bo 2/1/2011 at 03:31pm

A large snow storm moved through most of Oklahoma last night. True to form, there were a large number of people who have not figured out that this kind of cold weather phenomenon can kill you. I have not heard of any deaths, but the television is overflowing with pictures of people with no common sense.
For years, I have started every winter by making sure that my winter survival kit is stocked and ready for one of those BAD DAYS when I am driving. I have several flashlights, candles, MRE's and a variety of other things that I have found to be beneficial over the years (in addition to the things mentioned in the article). I have also taken much ribbing over the years for being too cautious about the possibility of this kind of event in Oklahoma; mostly from people who have never wintered in Nebraska where I grew up.
When events such as this current snowstorm come to pass, it is amazing how many people decide that maybe I was not so crazy after all...

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from charlie elk 2/27/2011 at 10:32am

The things we do as the normal course of life here in the north country now need to be taught to our southern friends. Stay warm my friends.
later,
charlie

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