Most of you don’t realize that I’m a closet survivalist.
No, really, it’s true.
Back in high-school I read books about surviving the coming nuclear apocalypse. For real! All about how to hide in the sewers until after the fallout was safe and all that stuff. Oddly, much of that comes in handy during hurricane season here in Texas. Strange, but true. Okay, not so much the part about hiding in the sewers, but a lot of the other stuff. Like how to get drinkable water and stocking up on canned goods and the like.
Which brings me to the links I’m about to share with you. If you’re from disaster prone areas, you probably hear all sorts of things about making sure you have enough survival rations to last for at least seven days, until help can arrive. So, how about longer? I mean, what if the zombie plague pops up one day and you, thinking strategically, don’t really want to leave the house for groceries? What’s a survivalist to do? Apparently, go to Costco, where they offer a 1-year supply of dehydrated and freeze-dried food, with a shelf-life of roughly 25 years, for $799, plus tax. No, I’m not kidding. In fact, Costco knows their market so well they offer an entire range of emergency food kits and supplies. For real. And, honestly, the pseudo-survivalist in me really wants to buy some of this stuff, just in case. I especially like that 55-gallon emergency water drum.
And, if you don’t like the look of what you’re getting for your money, just compare them to what the troops are eating in Afghanistan in their MREs! Trust me, this selection is way better than mil-spec!
Well, hurricane season is basically over for us here in the Gulf Coast, but, it never hurts to stock up for next year!
Also? There is no season for zombie plagues.
I’m just sayin’…