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Thinking Ahead of a Natural Disaster – My Goodness This Would Make The Heart Feel Good!


These folks were thinking ahead… or maybe they read my book!

I would LOVE for you to write me someday and say you saved your stuff by putting into proper containers!

These containers that you can buy at any Walmart type store are actually archival! Protect your precious scrapbooks, diaries, photos, documents from water, rodents… and skateboards! When your items are in a handy container like this, they can also be put into the car for a quick get away if you have to evacuate.

If you had 15 minutes before you had to run, what would you take with you?

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4 Responses to “Thinking Ahead of a Natural Disaster – My Goodness This Would Make The Heart Feel Good!”

  1. Scott says:

    Norman,
    My fine art conservation site hasn’t been updated in a LONG time but provides interesting info at http://www.fineartconservationlab.com and you can go to http://www.art-care.com for referrals.

  2. Sharon says:

    Wonderful tip – keeping them in a water tight container is definitely a great tip. Also keeping them a foot off the ground too is a great idea. Listen to this guy. He knows what he’s talking about. Stay connected with the RSS feed.

  3. Johnny Nryen says:

    After reading you site, Your site is very useful for me. I bookmarked your site and RSS feed! I’ll tell others about it too.

  4. Amy says:

    Scott, thanks for the truly inspired information. I too feel that the Haiti Earthquake is a reminder that if we prepare, personal disasters are preventable to a large measure. Like you, I feel that even if total devastation occurs like we’ve been reminded in the news about Haiti, one can still prepare and save personal info, memories and bounce back a lot easier. This info could even help re-open a business after such a disaster.

    Our heart goes out to the poor people of Haiti and of course, we don’t fault them regarding personal preparation in their extreme poverty. But we CAN do some very productive things to prepare and THANK YOU for your professional guidance and instructions.

    I’ll be happy to put out the good word about your blog and your book.

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