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Written by Ben Branch | July 26th 2012
The Whistle Creek Survival Kit in a Sardine Can is one of those clever little items that we should probably all take with us when we venture off the beaten trail, it contains a fishing line and hook, a compass, duct tape, matches, a whistle, a signal mirror, a razor blade, a fire-starter cube, chewing gum, salt, Acetaminophen, an adhesive bandage, an alcohol prep swab, antibiotic ointment and a safety pin all tucked inside a waterproof/crushproof case.
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