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Just extra propane tank for the grill, candles and a phone that goes directly into the wall.
Sandy Padula and Norm...
Stevens Point, WI
I do keep a kit in my truck, small little medical kit, jumper cables, spare key safe, contractors box, work gloves (when I install my for sale signs), tools (mult-use Leatherman, plyers), flashlights, zip ties (I swear I find a new use for them every week!), tape measure, HVAC temp gun (to check split temps we asked to be corrected on the BINSR), outlet gauge/tester, bunge cords, couple of knifes, and just in case of "emergency situations" an old police nightstick.
A partial kit.
We have an emergency water supply and also keep flashlights and lanterns in easy to find locations in case of outages. We have plenty of food does not require cooking.
Matches for the candles and to start a fire in the fireplace.
An extra tank of propane for cooking and a few good books to read>
William Feela Yes, we do. We seem to be having a lot of rain and storms lately.
Winter yes, but not much needed for summer other than our camping gear and mobile office stuff to keep the computers running.
I have a backup generator, (big automatic type). So, I don't really have much else that I need.
A couple of flashlights.
William Feela - I think we are lucky this time...no warning as yet in MA!
yes, at home, at work and in my car. Can you tell I've lived through two tornadoes hitting my house in my lifetime?
I'm in Hurricane country. Yes I do.
Yup, a bottle of Jack and some water!