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Kris C.


Toronto, ON
Hometown: Toronto

Member since:

September 12, 2013

What made you decide to get into prepping?

Even outside larger scale disasters, I like being the guy who made someone's day not completely suck because when their bike got a flat, I happened to be riding by with a spare tube and pump.

What skills or knowledge could you offer to our community?

Apart from the myriad useful skills, I seem to have a bit of a knack for making prepping look completely sane, and even really friendly and helpful.

Are you preparing for a specific disaster OR are you just being prepared for anything?

More just prepared for anything.


I live on a sailboat, am a burner, bike pretty much everywhere, and hunt. I also help run a community machine shop and am generally pretty handy. Also, my ex-wife was once the manager of disaster and homeless ops for the Canadian Red Cross..

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