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  • With the Honda EU7000is generator you will have a super quiet generator that is perfect for RVs, home back up power during emergencies, outdoor events and more.
  • The advanced inverter technology of the EU7000is generator provides reliable power for computers and other sensitive equipment.
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  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 5.1 gallons
  • Is fuel efficient and can run up to 18 hours at 1/4 load.
  • Honda Engine: GX390
  • 120V / 240V Full Power Switch - can provide full power through any of the 120V outlets.
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  • Plugs: (2) NEMA 5-20R-GFCI, (1) NEMA L5-30R and (1) NEMA L14-30R.
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Planning for Cold Weather Survival

An impending sense of panic is familiar to any individual stranded on a windward shore with a gale coming on, disoriented in a maze of bike trails or caught on an exposed ridge with foul weather on the horizon. In many cases, what happens next is the crux moment wherein survival or full blown disaster ensues. Survival starts with the acronym, S.T.O.P.

Sit ... Think ...Observe ... Plan ...

Rather than giving in to an all-too-human panic response, sit down, take stock and observe your situation and act in a way that likely will save your life. What follows is a lesson applicable to all hikers, hunters, canoeists and others who find themselves exposed and unprepared in falling or already frigid temperatures.

Shelter / Warmth

In cold temperatures, exposure can kill before anything else has a chance. For example if you are above the timberline getting below the treeline should be your first priority. After that you need to find or create shelter, and finally (if possible) create warmth.

While it's beyond the scope of this article to describe shelter making or fire building in detail (shelter can be found in tree wells, in snow caves, and in the hollows of river banks; tinder is less available in winter than summer, none-the-less evergreens will often yield dry needles, pitch impregnated bark can often be sourced and if the snow-pack is not so deep as to disallow it, reserves of dry leaves and grass can be found under trees, rock overhangs and in tree wells), suffice it say that without either, chance of survival diminish.

One person's example of what they did was they found a root cavity that provided both shelter and tinder; he sealed it as completely as possible with packed snow, and insulated himself from the ground using evergreen boughs. He managed to nurse a fire which, while it really never took, provided a certain degree of comfort and localized heat.

Route Finding

If you find yourself in an impending whiteout then realize when there is NO way that you should try to find your way back to your trailhead. You know you are not lost so keep it that way.  Follow the advice above and find shelter and warmth.

Route finding depends on visibility; thus traveling at night, in a white-out or in heavily wooded terrain increases the chances of becoming lost. It's doubly important in these conditions to think, observe and plan ... and to acknowledge that it's not always prudent to act. It's often better to stay put than it is to flounder around in unfamiliar terrain risking further disorientation and injury.

Once visibility has returned you will be able to find your way back to your starting point.
Creating Visibility
If you find that you are lost, creating the conditions to be found would be your next priority. Experts agree that the three following elements will increase the chances of a rescue party locating a lost hiker.

Visibility - created by smudge fires, markers, signals
Positioning - on ridgelines, open riverbanks, at the treeline
Mobility (or lack thereof) - stationary targets are easier to find

Hydration

It hardly needs said, that if you've got fuel and a means to light it, the ice and snow you're surrounded with are a viable source of hydration. If not, there are other sources. Depending on how cold it is, flowing water is frequently available under the snow pack in the bottom of creeks and at river bends. Animals and birds will keep patches of swamps and ponds ice-free. In the alpine, solar radiation can be powerful enough to create ice-melt against dark rock faces.

Nutrition

Nutrition can be more difficult, and needs to figure heavily in any self-rescue plan. Cold weather requires more calories from the body and, while it is possible to live weeks without food, hunger is debilitating and lowers the bodies resistance to cold and the ability to cope.

There is good reason why survival literature frequently describes frozen landscapes as arid ... there's not much alive, and there's not much to eat. As flippant as it seems to say it: getting out sooner than later is a very good idea. Once the situation has stabilized all efforts need to turn towards positioning one's self to being found or logically and methodically finding one's way out. One dies of starvation sooner in winter than summer.

Pay attention and don't ignore your turnaround time because with just a slight change in the weather you will find yourself in life threatening conditions.

Planning Before You Leave

Hind Sight is always 20/20.  Before you set out on your excursion plan what you would do if you were stranded and had to survive the elements for a few days. 

There are many lightweight items that you can take along that can be life savers but not weight you down.  Look at something like the little Pocket Stoves. These little wonders along with six fuel tablets can be carried in your pocket or backpack and only weight in at 6.3 oz.  Where they won't keep you warm all night you will be able to heat water for something hot to drink or heat soup for something to eat, provided you also take those items with you.

There are also very lightweight emergency Mylar space blankets that are small enough to put in your first aid kit.

Just research and plan ahead before you go.  There are many products on the market that are not expensive and will not add any noticeable weight to your load, yet will be a lifesaver if you find yourself in a situation to need them.


Honda 7000 Watt EU7000is Quiet Portable Gas Inverter Generator with Electric Start

Honda 7000 watt inverter generator.

 

 

The Honda EU7000is generates enough power that you can operator a wide variety of appliances, making it perfect for camping, portable use at home and more. Need that Energy Star Refrigerator or Freezer, some lights, your blender, a portable fan, want the electric garage door to open, the TV, your Computer, Coffee Maker, Hair Dryer and other items you have grown so accustomed to having, then keep the EU7000is ready to go when the utility power fails.

 

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