In lieu of recent events in Nevada, it has got me thinking about what I can do better to prepare myself in case a large scaled earthquake hits Utah. Over the last year, we have tried hard to build up our food storage. With little space in our townhome we have turned to our garage for storage. Every time we’re at the grocery store or Costco, we end up buying a little more than we currently need to add to our storage. We’ve even bought approximately 30 containers of propane gas (the ones that attach to your camping stove) and we’ve stocked up on charcoal brickets and firewood. I know what you’re thinking---over the top and obsessive. I would agree! It’s become quite the hobby of mine and every time I add something to my food storage/emergency preparedness pile I feel less and less anxious about future events that may or may not happen. However, if anyone has any suggestions to further my preparedness...I'm open to other ideas.