What to pack in an emergency kit, part 4

This week's installment of Bonney Lake City Clerk Harwood "Woody" Edvalson's series on what to pack in an emergency kit discusses clothing.

This week’s installment of Bonney Lake City Clerk Harwood “Woody” Edvalson’s series on what to pack in an emergency kit discusses clothing.

It’s essential to consider the variety of weather you may experience during an emergency, said Edvalson.

“Your best bet is to think of layering, which is the process of dressing in thin, but multiple layers of clothing. This technique gives you the maximum flexibility to deal with the different seasons,” he said.

Long sleeve shirts and pants will help protect you from bugs when outdoors and a belt may come in handy for other uses besides holding up your pants.

To read the entire post, please visit the city of Bonney Lake blog.

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