She wrote about loading her car with her emergency supplies, to simulate evacuating from a impending disaster.
I noticed a couple of things she failed to mention.
She didn't mention whether or not she had any gas in her car.
If a disaster is coming, you better have some fuel. I try to make it a habit to fill up every time my car's gas tank is half empty. I never want to be caught without gasoline in my car.
The other thing she didn't mention was a campstove. She probably needed to pack something to cook with, whether it was a propane cookstove or a rocket stove that uses charcoal or wood, or a little backpacking stove that uses cans of white fuel.
The following is some information from a book "Making the Best of Basics", p. 223.
"Fuels will be very important should an emergency arise--food must still be prepared, dishes washed, people bathed and warmed.