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4/30/12

Pocket Survival Kit Contest Entry #28

This entry comes from a young prepper gal in the 6th grade. She's off to a good start...I sure wasn't packing PSKs when I was in 6th grade. Good work!

I created my pocket survival tin to help me survive if I was on my own if a emergency situation.  With this, my iPod and my purse I think I will be able to make it though anything. LOL. I really hope to win!
Tin:
Now and Later (Great name for a survival kit) candy tin with carrying handle.  It will fit in a shirt pocket, I tested it out in one of my dad's shirts.
Contents:
  • fruit strip
  • sandwich bag
  • 2 coffee filters
  • maxi pad
  • tampon
  • Kleenex
  • aluminum foil
  • alcohol pad
  • band-aids
  • antibiotic ointment
  • salt and pepper
  • chapstick
  • magnify glass
  • pencil
  • nail clippers
  • rope
  • tooth picks
  • hair tie
  • heirloom seeds
  • headache pills
  • paper clip
  • Q-tips
  • nail file
  • rubber bands
  • safety pin
  • clips
  • needle
  • tread
  • matches
  • match striking board
  • gum
  • Starburst
  • whistle
  • compass
  • earplugs
  • pen
  • pocket knife
  • 11-in-one multi-tool
  • flashlight
  • water purification tablets
  • fishing line and hook
  • $10 bill
  • 2 silver nickles
  • razor blade
  • a picture of Rocky, my black lab ~ if I am missing anything my best friend will help me to get by!

19 comments :

  1. Picture of Rocky, vey cute!

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  2. Congratulations, young lady - a VERY good kit :)

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  3. Good job. I was a bit of a prepper in sixth, but I never really thought of a PSK. Good job thinking ahead!

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  4. silver nickels? is there such a thing?

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    1. There are - '42-45 "war nickels" are 35% silver. http://www.coinflation.com/coins/1942-1945-Silver-War-Nickel-Value.html

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  5. I can't see the pocket knife on the picture, where is it ?

    I used to have PSK when I was younger, even if knives are forbidden in schools.

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    1. above and to the left of the 11 in 1 tool.

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  6. What a great job!! If I was picking a winner this would be it. She has most if not all bases covered. I love the addition of the picture of her dog. Great kit!

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  7. PSK= pocket survival kit

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  8. great job, we need more young preppers out there. You have done an excellent job with this, I know you are ready, and you are exactly the kind of inspiration more people your age need, pass it on to your close friends. again, great job and I hope you win too!!!

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  9. Great job Maddie, yours is my fav!

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  10. Way to go Maddie! Its hard to believe all of that could
    fit into such a small container!

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  11. What a great job, Maddie! I hope you win!

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  12. I hope you win!!! This is AMAZING!!!

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  13. AnonymousMay 01, 2012

    Wow... Just wow. You have morale boosters, fire, tools, cordage, the works. I am very impressed. Very nice PSK indeed.
    P.S. Love the dog picture =P

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  14. AnonymousMay 01, 2012

    Very nice kit, but can I ask your thought process behind the heirloom seeds?

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    1. AnonymousMay 01, 2012

      heirloom seeds are those which can be grown and then the plants seeds can be replanted and grow again... they are not poisoned so they will reproduce
      I could trade them for a meal to someone because I know they would take a long time to grow & if the dollar is no good any more like my parents have talked about they will be worth a lot, like gold! ~Maddie

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  15. Looks like we have a winner! You have my vote! This one has all the bases covered! Very impressive! lol--I love the starburst! Looks like a pink one too--good job, the other ones taste like barf in comparison. Nothing like a starbusrt to pick you up when zombies have taken control of the world. This isn't such a great PSK because a young person put it together--it is a great kit because it covers all the bases so well!

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