I just moved recently, and just a few minutes ago realized.....OMG I have no source of emergency heating! If we were to get one of those horrible winter storms that knocked out my power for several days, we (my wife and dog) would freeze. My bugout property with wood and kerosene heat is only a few minutes drive from here, but if the roads snowed over, I'd never make it up the hills. I've got water, food, enough ammo to hold off most small armies, but no heat. Opinions on the best emergency heat for an apartment? 1) Kerosene heater - have to leave a window open for ventilation and kinda defeats the purpose. I'd be way too paranoid about c.monoxide. 2) Candles? - have lots of 'em but don't seem like a sufficient heat source. Opinions? I've got to go shopping tomorrow and find something. My inner survival nut is about to have an aneurysm.