Survival Supplies

Nov 9, 2006

I need a list, preferably a list of survival supplies.  Supplies that you wouldn’t venture into rustic surroundings without.  Necessities only, please.  After all, we are camping here.  Guys camping – no women allowed. 

Camping the manly way means that pity fish could be on the menu.  Pity fish, a rare catch, can only be found on the fishing hooks of the occasional passerby, overcome by grief at a great display of futility.  Camping the manly way means that only one dish is prepared in an location other than the fire.  That dish?  Macoroni and cheese.  We must take pride in our cast iron cookware.  Camping the manly way means beer and videogames.  Lots of videogames.

In any case, we’ll need some stuff.  Let’s get this list started:

  • Beer
  • Beer
  • Cast iron skillet
  • Cast iron pot
  • Sandwich fire cooker
  • Charged battery, in case of dry camping; it might be cold
  • Refilled propane for the camper
  • Charged GBA, DS, and PSP
  • DVDs – Upright Citizen’s Brigade, …
  • Firewood
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  1. Maltholio
    November 9th, 2006 at 11:42 am #

    Things in need of bringing:

    Hiking Boots
    Tow Rope(because I want to go offroad YEAH!!!)
    Axe(not body spray, you filthy metro’s)
    Pocket Knife
    Bed Stuff
    Airsoft Gun/Ammo
    Gerbils… wait, what?
    Beer Can holder thingy
    Cast Dutch Oven
    Did someone say Beer?!
    FM Xmitter
    That is all.

    Yeah, so that stuff, if we forget anything, oh well, we likely didn’t need it.

  2. Tina
    November 9th, 2006 at 6:15 pm #

    From my observations when dear hubby and his cousins would go camping, the perfect campout wouldn’t be complete without:
    More beer – at least a cooler per person. Food optional, as it reduced the buzz of the beer.
    Health insurance cards (see combination of axe and beer).
    Folding chairs – wouldn’t want any exercise in the great outdoors.

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