How to create an Emergency Survival Shelter from Emergency Thermal Blanket

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Necessary items:
1 or 2 Thermal Blankets
40 ft (12m) of rope (tendon) 1/16 inch (2mm). Also, similar stuff could be used.
Small chunks of wood or other stuff that could be found around when building the shelter.

The shelter can be built with only 1 blanket, or with 2 as well, depending on your necessity.
Also, this shelter can be easily adapted according to the weather (sunny days, rain, wind, snow… summer, winter or any time of the year).

Because the Emergency Thermal (Mylar) Blankets are compact, ultra-light and don’t occupy a lot of space in your backpack or your pocket – you can always set up a Camping / Survival Shelter to be able to stay dry and warm in almost any weather by carrying minimum gear with you.
It doesn’t matter if you go for a short, easy hike or for a long, difficult one, the weather can rapidly change. It is wise to grab some emergency thermal blanket with you.

• Reflects and Retains up to 90% of Your Body Heat
• Helps Prevent Hypothermia, Reflects the Heat from a Fire
• Reusable, Waterproof, Windproof, Moisture-proof.
• Ideal for Survival Situations, Hiking, Camping, Traveling, Outdoors or Wilderness activities, Recreation, Hunting, Backpacking, Climbing, Biking, Running, Skiing, Marathons, Gifts. Actually, there are many ways of using them: tent footprint, backpack cover, rain poncho, water collector, arm sling, Copenhagen solar oven, shade cover, sleeping bag liner, ground cover, bivouac sack, bivvy, wind blocker, tourniquet, trail marker, signaling, build a shelter/canopy, earthquakes.

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