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Posted: 07/25/20 02:56pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A bug out bag is the thing survivalists obsess about. They tend to be big and heavy. People go on trips with them and their knees can't take and they limp home early.

Meals Ready to Eat are what people that can't cook bring to eat in the bush. they are heavy, they have lots of salt and preservatives.

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I am setting up the old canvas Baker tent today for sleeping in the back yard campsite.

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Important items for your camping checklist
1.A big and stable quality Camping Tent. This will prevent the rain and sun burning, which will keep a suitable temperature, and also keep mosquitoes away.
2. Sleep bag and sleep pad, these two items will keep warm up to the most in many outdoor situations, and also prevent the skin contact with unfriendly creatures and viruses.
3.Lantern, Headlights, and LED flashlights
4. Solar charger, this item will provide chargeable electricity for phones, tablets, laptop, lights.
5. Machetes, this item is definitely needed
6.Portable Cooler box. This item can keep food in fresh and drinks in cool
7. Fishing rod, this item may provide extra protein.
8.Common medical kit.
9. Hiking footwear, professional hiking shoes, or boots will provide protection and enough comfort.visit https://rockroosterfootwear.com to find shoes nearby.

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Lyuluck wrote:

Important items for your camping checklist

It's a good checklist Lyuluck! I would rather use a small ax instead of machete (point 5).
As for sleep pad I have even two ones -- one for car sleeping and other for hiking trips. My opinion is that inflatable sleepings pads are better than foam ones -- there are more compact, lighter and easy to use. I use RikkiTikki inflatable sleeping pad, you can find it on Amazon, it's cheaper than big brands but great quality product.

* This post was edited 08/15/20 11:42pm by TomCamp *

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