29 Jun 2009 by filed in Preparedness
Fuel photo c/o pgdb.co.nz One of the ten areas of emergency preparedness is fuel.  Fuel brings us the much needed light that we will require not only to see, but also to feel good.  It includes any fuel we’ll need for cooking, and the fuel we’ll need for keeping warm. Before you elect to get a years supply of fuel for these purposes, consider the most basic rules of thumb. 1)     Think safety first 2)     Conserve energy—including yours 3)     Conserve body heat 4)     Confine the heat...
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