Prepared LDS Family: Additional Emergency Supplies for Disasters. -gallon Bucket #2 - Leather work gloves (put near top or in 72-hour kit) Large tarp Folding shovel Hatchet Whet stone 50 ft. nylon cord Duct tape Small folding cook stove with fuel Small hand broom Pliers and wrench Crowbar/prybar
using a large tarp as a shelter from rain - or would it be better to have everyone in the barn? if we use the barn in the rain, people will have to travel from the brain to the West Lot Building ... that won't be fun in the rain. Also the barn does not have bathrooms - hm.
Anna Hepler: Pictured here is The Great Haul made from sewn sheet plastic and tarps hanging 22 feet from the clerestory. It looks like glass, but it's plastic. It was in a show at the Portland Museum of Art, in Portland, Maine in 2010. There were 2 large sculptural installations (the Great Haul and Full Blown)
Make fishing boats out of cardboard boxes, lay down a blue tarp to make it look like water, use a sand bucket to put the fish in and use those play fishing poles with fish that you get in any toy section at any large super store