Let no one ever say I am not hard headed. Writing a fifth part like this may seem counter-intuitive, after all, if I want my business — this website — to grow I need subscribers, readers, viewers, conversions, conversions, conversions. So say the internet media gurus. Not a shortcut to bypass all that glorious content.
Let’s focus on female needs and on newborn, infant, or child needs for a duffel. The information from the previous posts apply, though I won’t presume to tell you what to by if you’re a woman. The items and manufacturers apply, keep in mind some items, like sleeping bags, are sometimes made specifically for women.
The third installment on this series bring forth even more words and links! We’ve seen the clothing and food and water, let’s go on with communication, security, more tools, and the second in the psychology of preparedness and stressful situations.
The second installment on this series bring forth more words and more links! In the first article I spoke about the duffels, outerwear, underwear, and insulation clothing, some shoes and socks too, let’s go on with eating, drinking, and some other gear.
That idea is a duffel bag, the old army and navy surplus types, full of ‘stuff’ that I would keep at a friends house, tucked somewhere in a corner of his basement. I am sure the type of bag is due to having one at home when I was a kid, the bag was about my height then, and I remember having a weird fascination with it. The bag was empty, and is now lost to memory.