Survival Kit is designed by myself to address the most important element to your survival, WATER!
From a Sawyer filter to plastic, tubing, and foil to make a cup. And a collapsible stainless steel trowel to help make a Solar Still to extract distilled water from minimal ground moisture such as the desert if necessary. Dig a hole in the shade if possible in an area that shows signs of water at some point in time, like a dry stream or dry pond. Plants like Cottonwood trees, Willow, wild roses, and grasses all show the presence of ground moisture. Dig a 3′ conical circular hole. Put your foil cup in the point at the bottom of the hole. Carefully lay the 1/4″ tubing into the bottom of the foil cup. Lay it up the side of the cone hole til out of the hole. Fold the tube to keep dirt out. Spread the plastic over the hole. Seal edge with dirt. Place a pebble in the center of the plastic directly over the cup. Condensed water droplets will drip to this point and into your cup. DRINK! First Aid kit, plastic for rain bivouac, 10′ nylon cord for 100 different things. Magnesium fire striker. Wire, Mirror, Nylon Bag.