What do you have for your First Aid go-bag? Or do you even have one. I highly recommend you make sure you have at least something in your house and car. The worst can happen any day, and here in Canada we have a vast wilderness you should be prepared to survive in. First step to survival is providing first aid My truck has, for day to day, a Costco special First Aid kit, with a few additions like a CPR mask, a fire blanket and a fire extinguisher. (Also road flares, the chemical burn type) My go-bag for camping, and hikes etc, I keep in my house until I head out. I decided to go with a Maxpedition Gearslinger bag. It's not a first aid designed bag, but its versatile and tough. I like the one strap system, it's fast on and off, and can swing around in front for quick access to the compartments. I keep the bandages, splints, tensor bandages, ab pads etc in the main compartment along with instruments and hot/cold bags. Quick to access and big enough to hold everything for trauma. the top puch holds just my knife and pocket mask when I'm not going camping, when I'm in the bush it holds spare shotgun rounds, and in a SHTF scenario, 9mm magazines It's a good little bag for hiking and small range excursions. The back compartment is designed to hold a pistol, again for SHTF scenarios, or day to day if you have CCW (States only, obviously) Has a bottle holder on the outside that fits a large water bottle, and MOLLE straps all over for further customization. So share your go-bags for FA, SHTF or whatever else you have for worst case scenarios.