__Shower shoes/flip flops
__Soap in plastic case/shampoo
__Tooth brush/tooth paste
__Shower bag or 5 gallon bucket
__Camping shower/shower pump
__Other personal items
__Personal medications--take extra
__Large water jug & water bucket
__Stove with fuel/propane
__Dutch oven/tin can stove/box oven/etc
__Campfire grill/BBQ grill
__Plates & bowls/paper plates & bowls
__Heavy-duty aluminum foil
__Cooking oil/Pam spray
__Containers for food storage
__Pots and frying pans with lids
__Soap for outside of pots and pans
__Cook utensils-spatula, knife, spoon
__Can opener/bottle opener
__Tell someone of your plans - give details of where you are going and when you expect to return, give directions and possible alternative roads that you may take, provide cell phone numbers, vehicle description and license plate numbers, hand-held radio channel and codes that you will use, and provide local authority phone numbers (State Police, Game & Fish Commission, Sheriff Dept, etc.) for the county or area that you will be in.
Basic First Aid
**The following list is only a suggestion of some of the supplies you should consider for your first aid kit.
You should personalize your kit to meet your needs, activities and situations.
The key to a good first aid kit is its usability.
What supplies to include and how much of each item should be based upon your individual needs.
__Personal information/contact person
__Small bottle of water
__Other personal needs
__Misc. Band Aides/bandages
__Anti-acids (Tums, Rolaides)
__Snake bit kit
__Poison ivy cream/cleansers
__Coins for emergency phone calls
__Mole skin for blisters
__First aid manual
*Take a First Aid class and a CPR class -- keep current on this information
*Keep supplies in a well marked, durable, waterproof container
*Keep the contents organized
*Know how to use everything in your first aid kit
*Inspect content often, re-supply as needed
*Keep readily available at all times