Eric Rudolph survived in the southern Appalachian mountains for years while being hunted by federal agents. In his autobiography, he says there are only three essential items needed for long-term survival. A rifle, cutting tool, and a fire starter. Setting aside your opinion of him, he's walked the walk. Thoughts on such a simple setup?
Hey All, I've never had any experience with kerosene. I've picked up my first few oil lamps and I'd like to buy a few gallons of kerosene. Looking online, I'm seeing a lot of funky storage containers for kerosene. Others just look like plastic gas cans. If it were up to me, I'd take an extra gas can and use a Sharpie to store a few gallons of kerosene. I'm looking around online and it just sounds like people don't want to pour the wrong fuel into the wrong lamp/car gas tank. Anything else wrong with storing kerosene in a red plastic gas can?