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Dutch Uncle Jack's Sportsman's Report

The Latest Sportsman's Report with Dutch Uncle Jack

on The Morning Mix

Tune in every Wednesday morning at 6:15am on the Morning Mix to hear the Sportsman's Report with Dutch ('Mad') Uncle Jack!  A Master Maine guide with many years of experience, Uncle Jack is a man of the land.  Living almost completely off the grid, Jack is the best expert around when it comes to hunting, fishing, trapping, hiking, cutting...anything! 

He most recently spent time on the Animal Planet series 'Ice Cold Gold', where his passion for panning gold brought him to the incredible landscapes of Greenland. 

If you have any questions for our very own Dutch Uncle Jack, please email them to gatsby@mixmaine.com and he will work his hardest to get them answered for you. 

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Dutch Uncle Jack's Preparedness Guide For Ebola Lockdown

Prepare an isolation area.

In the event that a member of your group becomes ill, they need to
immediately be quarantined from the rest of the group. By the time
they’re showing symptoms, it could be too late to prevent the spread
of illness but effort should still be taken to isolate them.

Here are some tips on isolating a patient.

The sick room should be sealed off from the rest of the house.  Use a
heavy tarp over the doorway to the room on the inside and the outside.
This will make a small breezeway for the caretaker to go in and out.
The caretaker should cover up with disposable clothing, gloves, shoe
covers, and hair covers.
The caretaker should wear an N95 mask.
The sick person should use disposable dishes and cutlery.  All garbage
from the sick room should be placed in a heavy garbage bag and burned
outdoors immediately.
The sick person should not leave the room.  If there is not a bedroom
with a connected bathroom, a bathroom setup should be created within
the room.  Great care must be taken with the disposal of this waste.

Supplies you need for a lockdown:
Drinking water (1 gallon per person per day)
Food (including items that don’t require fuel for preparation)
Heavy duty garbage bags
Sanitation supplies such as toilet paper, paper towels, baby wipes,
and feminine hygiene supplies)
Entertainment – you’ll want to be able to keep children and restless
family members  busy so get craft supplies, books, games, and puzzles
Basic medical supplies (here’s a list)
Pandemic kits that contain protective clothing (we have a QuakeKare
Deluxe Pandemic Flu Kit for each family member)
Extra N95 masks (3M 1860 Health Care N95 Particulate Respirator and
Surgical Mask, Small Adult, 20/Bx)
Nitrile gloves (Dynarex Black Nitrile Exam Gloves, Heavy-Duty, Powder
Free, Large, Box/100)
Safety goggles with an elastic band to ensure a snug fit (Pyramex V2G
Safety Eyewear, Clear Anti-Fog Lens With Black Strap/Temples)
Antibacterial cleaners such as disposable wipes, bleach, and spray cleaners
Antibacterial hand sanitizer (Purell Pump Bottle, Original, 8 Ounce
(Pack of 12))


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