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Mello Mike wrote:

tjy355 wrote:

Must haves would be water and food (including coffee). A shovel and some TP.

A battery is nice but not a must have. Less so a generator.


I see your point about food and water. [emoticon] But I wouldn't include coffee as a must have.



Whaaaaaaattttttt?!? Did I read right? No coffee?!? [emoticon]

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bmaison wrote:

most important items to carry are DUCT TAPE and an adjustable wrench


First time I've seen duct tape on this thread, and it should be at the top of EVERYONE'S list! Can anybody live without it??

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The high lift is also sometimes called a farm jack. Folks say they work well, but they look dangerous -- seems like the vehicle could fall sideways if the user does not know what he is doing (and that describes me for sure).

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First time I've seen duct tape on this thread, and it should be at the top of EVERYONE'S list! Can anybody live without it??


I can live without it. You should try Gorilla Tape.


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A good woman
Some dogs
Down sleeping bags
American bourbon
chairs
that's it.

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Beosuun wrote:

and a beloved companion [emoticon][emoticon]

I'm reading various things from the lists in this short thread to my beautiful bride and apparently didn't enunciate this item well enough... she asked, why do you need a BLOW UP companion?

We're still laughing... but there could be a point there.

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CZ75 and a Ruger 22/45, both great fun!


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Driving home with our new-to-us TT, we stopped at Target for the 32" LED TV and Blu-Ray!
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On the topic, we had a popup and boondocked often. Without air conditioning anytime of the year, I would do what I did in the PUP and move most cooking outside on the grill and portable stove in an EZ-Up.

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