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If you've followed this page for a while, you know we preach about preparing for a Bug Out in advance. That means planning routes and scouting them. But, what if you have a body of water to cross to get to your Bug Out Location and the bridge is out. Could be out because of structural damage from a natural disaster like an earthquake, maybe it's blocked by traffic jam or dead cars after an EMP. Worse, it could be a danger zone - after a disaster, bridges are classic choices for setting up roadblocks, checkpoints, or ambush spots. It would make sense to have the necessary supplies to get you across the body of water safely without needing to use the bridge.
First and foremost, you'd want an inflatable raft. These can be small and inexpensive, find them at Walmart as cheap as $25, hopefully you also have a 12V pump that can fill this at your vehicle before you ditch it.
Next, you'll want a collapsible oar. I'd also suggest a dry bag big enough to hold your Bug Out Bag.
Lastly, for personal safety, consider an auto-inflating life vest, and a personal safety beacon for each person in your family. You want to be able to find everyone if your raft snags something and leaves your family swimming for shore. The personal beacons are only about $15 but have a bright strobe. If one of your kids falls overboard at night this could be a lifesaver. *If you're concerned with being seen, obviously skip the beacon.