Document Downloads

Here are (locally) stored documents, many in pdf form, which you can download and print.


The goal is that this page and all its contents could be stored on a SD card. Then a wireless router with thumb drive access could distribute the documents and not require internet connections.


These documents include procedural guides, forms, electronic device manuals, health and safety instructions, as well as public domain Books, Talking Books, Humor, Short Stories, 78 recordings, Old Time Radio and other copyright-free content from archive.org.


Humor, talking books and short stories may be restorative. They can stimulate individuals to find their own motivation. We need each other. Together we are strong. The trauma after an Apocalyptic earthquake may be severe. Reducing psychological trauma may be underestimated in the short-term, but critical for personal resilience and strength in the long-term.


Here’s my BikeNET proposal (pdf) which is intended to provide vital communications and power via bike trailer after an earthquake or severe storm. A golf cart, modified into a mobile solar powered communications hub, might also be used. Download that pdf here.


Maps


Portland Maps, using ARC GIS show topographic detail with building outlines and street names.



CERT Procedures

CERT Forms

Earthquake Background

Radio Frequencies


ARRL Documentation


Radio Manuals

Radio Operation

Safety Tips

WiFi Manuals


An Emergency GO-KIT PASSPORT is a printed and detailed emergency plan that each family member should carry.


Your Family Plan:
Your Family Plan gets everyone on the same page. It may be more important then putting food in a box. When phones are down, a Family Plan can save the day. Put a copy in everyone’s wallet or purse.