This is the latest installment of my hopefully weekly series on emergency preparedness. It was a busy week for me at work, Heather was sick, and we had a bunch of errands to run including more Kodiak packing but still managed to get some stuff done this week.
PEOPLE - FITNESS
I earned 1112 points on Fitocracy over the course of four workouts this week which included mowing two decent size lawns by hand with a push mower. Heather logged 231 points over one workout but claims the plague slowed her down. I would have liked to do more, but still, it was a >1000 point week. I weighed myself at the gym and was happy to see I've lost about 5 lbs. I am now technically in the very high end of the "healthy" weight for my height but I still think I'm a bit heavy for my frame size and want to lose more weight and gain more strength.
INFORMATION - NSTR
INFORMATION - NSTR
ACTIVITIES & TRAINING - NSTR
- Shelter in Place. I put together 1.5 shelter in place kits. I say 1.5 because it is really one good kit and one marginal kit which would probably work better as a set of extra stuff for the main box of goodies. I'll have to post more on the contents later.
- Ammo. I went through the garage and sorted out all of our ammo supplies. Things were kind of getting disorganized out there, so I dumped out most of the ammo cans/boxes/containers and started repacking from scratch. Everything is much more organized now which means it takes up less space and is easier to find.
- Food. We had a few meals of storage food. One was just pulling out "ready rice" to supplement other meals. We usually cook up a big pot of our storage rice then freeze it in single-meal sized baggies to make it easy to use. We also broke into the canned soup and made soup over instant potatoes supplemented with veggies. Eat what you store, store what you eat.
COMMUNICATIONS - NSTR