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- oldnjung - 03-04-2011

<P>Most of the above and. . . . . . ."WeatherReady" (by EverReady) flashlights. After winding it up for about a minute or 100 turns, it will stay on for about 20 minutes. If not using it for that long, it saves the charge for a loooooong time. Never worry about turning it on and not having some light. Zip Ties, Duct tape, Large Diaper/Safety Pins, folding shovel.</P>


- freenez2 - 03-07-2011

Needs vary from person to person.... I "Over thought" mine prior to starting out and found much to be unnecessary. Guess it depends on how and where one wants to live. As an urban van dweller, I can usually get what's needed in a matter of minutes so don't do a lot of planing ahead. Dry camping is a whole different matter. There's a lot of "Down time" in my life style and appreciate having a laptop, little TV, satellite radio, books, and other stuff to stay entertained with. As for needs, a comfy bed, blankets, pillow, lighting, good sleeping bag, propane stove, a few sets of clothes, toiletries, pay as you go cell phone, and other basic things seem to be enough. Am glad I got a digital camera to record interesting and unusual things I see. Keeping the van tuned up is a priority as is staying modestly fit and taking good care of my teeth. That's all I can think of for now. :-) <br><br>P.S. A GPS is handy too.<br>


- twokniveskatie - 03-08-2011

hmmm. wow. pretty much one of what everybody else is taking.....<div><br></div><div>okay, here goes.....</div><div><br></div><div>dog.&nbsp;</div><div>gun.&nbsp;</div><div>knife grouping. (counts as one, right?) bushman, swedish mora, shrade simon, kershaw flip, caping knife. minimum.</div><div>kayak.&nbsp;</div><div>pack.</div><div>down sleeping bag.</div><div>wool blanket.</div><div>vargo twig stove.</div><div>copper canoe pot.</div><div>bamboo spoon, wooden bowl</div><div>clothes. (macabi skirt, trail pants, wool zip-t, 2 tanks, 2 bloomers, 2 pr socks, tevas, mukluks)</div><div>yarnspindlesfiberinterchangeableneedlesetsockneedles</div><div><br></div><div>this is too hard.</div><div><br></div><div><br></div><div><br></div>


- twokniveskatie - 03-08-2011

oh, yeah. my phone and my higher power, too.


- gadgetMe - 03-08-2011

firewood splitting maul <img src="http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/images/boards/smilies/wink.gif" align="absmiddle" border="0"><br>Putz<br><br>


- akrvbob - 03-12-2011

Boy am I glad you had that splitting maul, Pondputz!! I'm even more glad you brought the sweat off your brow to operate it!! Thanks again<img src="http://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/images/boards/smilies/thumb.gif" align="absmiddle" border="0"> Maybe the lesson there is to bring good friends!Bob<br>


- cyndi - 03-12-2011

<P><FONT size=3>Ditto what Bob said!&nbsp; And I'll just give you a call, Mr. Putz, if I need any wood split.&nbsp; You made it look sooooooooooo easy!</FONT></P>