at your witty replies! and dang, here I am thinking all seriously....
Well, Good socks and boots. Long pants, t-shirt, and a plethora of camo hats for my shiny head. Extra sunglasses and lots of bug juice. This
being hurricane season for us, and weirdness season for the planet, we're well stocked foodwise and waterwise. Water seems to be the most
overlooked variable of the survival kit. If you think two cases of bottled water are "plenty", then consider your hygiene needs, cooking, etc.
If the two of us are in survival mode and are being conservative and even washing clothes in the sea, and reusing gray water, a minimal amount of
water used for us is 3 gallons/day. Of course, no matter what happens, we're making out stand here. If you're lucky enough to be able to make
that choice, then it's sorta calming.
Now, lessee, back to fashion. Well, I kinda favor matte black for accessories, such as knife scabbards, belts, packs, hatchet covers, flashlights
and........ well, pretty much everything. Other than snow and sand situations, flat black can blend in most anywhere with a little cleverness.
Suggestion..... go snag some cheap first generation night vision while you still can. It's gotten pretty inexpensive now that the following
generations are out. Makes a potentially big difference in your ability to protect your family at night, as well as foraging and hunting. Weapons
are a very personal choice, closely tied into your skills, abilities and mindset, so I can't advise.
Hard to go wrong with a modest collection of hand tools and construction hardware. You all that have garage sales and stuff like that ought to be
able to pick up handsaws, augers, handdrills, crosscuts saws, trenching tools, etc. pretty cheaply.
Oh, and let me drag out my favorite reminder: toilet paper. If you can't make it or fake it and you gotta have it, stock it. My survival mantra.