I keep hearing on the news how places hit by hurricanes are without drinking water. But isn't water the big thing a hurricane is made out of? People saw the hurricane coming and went out and bought supplies and food and boarded up their homes, so there was plenty of time. So wouldn't it be a basic thing to put out some clean buckets to catch the rain as it came down and then use that for drinking water afterwards? When 15" of rain is coming down out of the sky, it wouldn't take long for contaminants in the air to be removed. Then the water, which is clean, falls into the buckets without coming into contact with anything else first that would contaminate it. Since water is probably THE most important thing to have for life, this would seem like a very basic prep to do when facing a hurricane.