Justin Sharpe's Blog – March 2011 Archive (1)

What goes in your Emergency Go-Bag?

After the earthquake and Japan there has been much talk of how the country and its people was prepared. Below is an image of a Grab-Bag or Go-Bag from Jpaan. But what do you put in yours? 


  • Do you have one for the family?
  • Do you have one for the car?
  • What do you take on holiday?

Let us know and post pics to this post!!



Added by Justin Sharpe on March 31, 2011 at 15:10 — 10 Comments

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