I made up the name. Mostly trauma stuff: gauze, tape, bandages, splints, wraps, various pads. Also added some medical instruments. Anyone with a specific medical condition should bring related medications. IE glucose for diabetes, nitro for cardiac etc. Need to scale it down a bit, to big for a bug out kit! Anyone wanting a complete list just drop me a line and I’d be happy to get one to you.
I have just ordered a Timber Creek 36×21 canvas duffle bag $16.96 at Academy I have read about having a heavy and light bag my bob will be on me and the dufflle will hold things that make it comfy but not to nessasary, got a new distributor for the truck the only thing I have not replaced on it yet $78.00 one of the good things about old trucks is that parts are very reasonable.
This year camping it will be like staying at the holiday in express[ATTACH=CONFIG]1505[/ATTACH] got duffle bag at Academy shipping was $5.00 and I got it today SAT.the air mattress ways $11.00 at Wally World.
cots are great iniital cost about $70.00 or so but I rely on what I can tote and last year I tried to sleep in the back of the truck hard as a rock and did not sleep much at all like any thing else read the reviews. Thats why what every I buy I read the reviews saves money and time
I have a camper at the lease, it’s one of those small ones that go on the back of a truck but it beats sleeping in a tent on the ground and it has shelves and places to store things and be protected by the elements. I might have to get me one of those inflatable mattresses for it like the one you got there Otis.