Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2003 18:11:23 -0500
From: ma_twain <>
Subject: Re: Essentials?

On that note, I would take LED flashlights. They run forever on one set of batteries and "never" burn out light bulbs. They are not inexpensive, but you can take them home with you. The comment on cheap tools - fine if they don't break, but if they break in the middle of nowhere, they may cost you far more than the additional cost of a good set of tools. One last thing - money. You never know when you will need to "convince" someone that you are friendly. LauraK wrote: > Matches and/or disposable lighters, especially if nobody smokes. > Some of that super strong but light rope that mountain climbers use. Enough to > tie from your car bumper to a camel:) > A solar battery charger for stuff you've got that uses batteries in case you > get in an emergency situation where you can't use the car to recharge them. > There are quite a few companies these days making solar battery chargers for > just about any type of battery, including cell phones. Also solar recharged > flashlights, radios, etc. > > > > > > web design, print design, photography > > >

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