What to Do ‘Til The Cavalry Comes
“When you live prepared, you’re prepared to live!” -Matt Lawrence
“What to Do ‘Til the Cavalry Comes" is Matt Lawrence’s latest book, which serves as a Family Guide to Preparedness in 21st Century America. Based on Matt Lawrence’s personal experiences and extensive research, “What to Do…" is a guidebook for you and your family, designed to help you prepare for difficulty and disaster in your life – whether it is a long term power outage, a hurricane, a tornado, a blizzard or something else.
The book offers great insight into what you should do to prepare, offering helpful hints like how much water to have at home, how much food and of what types, and whether you should stockpile medical supplies. The answers will surprise you as you turn, page-by-page, through this helpful and easy-to-read guide to help you stay safe, healthy and happy “after the storm."
“What to Do ‘Til the Cavalry Comes" gives families a basic plan, one most anybody can live by. It is a must-read for those who wish to improve their readiness for living in 21st Century America, knowing that “When you live prepared, you’re prepared to live!"
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Hurricane Andrew 8.24.92. FEMA assistance.
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