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Family camping check list/ or Super comfort SHTF list

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posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 10:09 AM
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This list is for pleasure camping... with the family... which means your not packing light... in fact you might want to rent a U Haul to take it all... but here is yet another check list... trust me... if you have all this stuff... you'll never go without in a SHTF sit x... you'll be styling in comfort, kings and queens baby, kings and queens

Before You Go check out all your equipment car/truck ATV's boats etc...
Reserve camp site
Schedule vacation time

Children's Items Baby food
Backpack or front carrier
Blankets
Bottles and cups
Clothing and hats
Diapers and baby wipes (in a diaper bag)
Formula, powdered milk, etc
Play yard
Snacks
Stroller
Toys and books

Cleaning and Personal Items Comb, brushes, and hair dryers
Contact lens holder and cleaning supplies
Deodorant
Dish tub and rack
Dish soap
Feminine supplies
Hand sanitizer
Make-up bag
Razor and shaving cream
Soap
Shampoo
Toilet paper
Toothpaste and toothbrush
Wash cloth and towels

Clothing Belt
Coat
Gloves
Hiking boots
Hat
Insulated underwear
Jeans
Laundry bag
T-shirts
Rain coat
Shoes
Socks
Sunglasses
Sweatshirts
Swim suit
Thermal underwear
Underwear

Cooking Aluminum foil
Bottle and can openers
Camp stove and fuel
Coffee pot
Cooking utensils
Measuring cups and spoons
Mixing bowls
Pots and pans
Roasting sticks

Dishes Cups
Bowls
Eating utensils
Forks, knives, and spoons
Plastic containers
Plates
Thermos

Food, Drink, and Water Butter or margarine
Candy bars, marshmallows, and graham crackers (for S'mores)
Coffee and tea
Condiments (ketchup, mustard, relish, etc)
Cooking oil or spray
Cooler (one for drinks, one for food)
Drinks
Hot chocolate
Ice
Milk
Salt and pepper
Snacks
Sugar
Syrup
Water
Lighting and Warmth Batteries
Firewood
Flashlights
Flares
Glow sticks
Kindling
Lantern (gas or electric)
Lantern fuel, mantles, or batteries
Lighter
Newspaper or old phonebook (for starting fires)
Spare bulbs for flashlight
Waterproof matches

Medical Allergy and sinus medication
Bug repellent
Cold and flu medication
Doctor, pediatrition, and nearby hospital phone numbers
First aid kit
Moist towelettes
Pain medication
Prescriptions
Snake bit kit
Sunscreen

Miscellaneous Bikes and helmets
Binoculars
Board games, handheld games, books, etc
Camera, film (or memory cards), and charged batteries
Cell phone
Credit cards
Maps
Money
Pen, pencil, and paper
Pet food
Playing cards
Rope and string
Spotting scope
Video camera, tapes, and charged batteries

Packing Backpack, daypack, or fanny pack
Five gallon bucket
Rubbermaid or similar container for food storage
Trash and storage bags

Safety and Emergency Compass
Fire extinguisher
Fire starters
GPS
Pocket knife
Radio (CB, FRS, AM/FM, GMRS, etc) with charged batteries
Signal mirror
Small shovel
Topographic maps
Whistle

Shelter, Seating, and Bedding Air mattress (with inflation device) or foam pad
Alarm clock
Blankets
Card table
Chairs
Cots
Doormat (place in front of tent)
Emergency blanket
Pillows
Shade canopy, poles, and stakes
Sleeping bags
Small broom and dust pan (to sweep tent)
Tarp
Tent heater
Tent, poles, and stakes


To you single folks out there... no I've not suddenly gone mad... when you got kids it seems like you haul around everything in the world you own... and then some...

And for my fellow parents out there... I already know your making a list of the things I forgot to add and cant possibly be left at home... now where did I leave my teddy bear????
edit on 9-9-2011 by DaddyBare because: (no reason given)




posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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That list is exactly why my sons got to go camping so much....
In the woods behind my house!!!


But hey, they must have been happy with it, they would do it every darn weekend in the summer.
LOL I know I was!



posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 10:37 AM
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Ya know I found this list... at least part of it... on another site... and as I went threw it I started to nod... yeah that was me...when the kids were little... But daddy... there's room for my stuffed pony... dad... where are we going to plug in the game boys...Honey we cant take the microwave...

Traveling circuses didn't have it that rough... but every summer.... I'd take them up to Fenton lake in NM...that's when I really need that aspirin from the first aid kit



posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 10:42 AM
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This looks like a list for the contents of a house or big RV.

Just sayin'.



posted on Sep, 9 2011 @ 11:37 AM
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And the sad fact is, when I was young and we went camping, we would have less than half that stuff and be just fine. My parents always knew if they found a campground near water, and with lots of other families, they wouldn't see us kids from the time we woke up til the time it got dark.
HHMMMMM...... Smart parents!



posted on Sep, 12 2011 @ 03:18 PM
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Wow, you are braver than I, going camping with a baby?

I think the baby would be spending some time at Grandma's while we went camping, hehe....




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