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10 Items Survival Lilly would bring on Alone

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10 Items Survival Lilly would bring on Alone

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7 thoughts on “10 Items Survival Lilly would bring on Alone

  1. Take a Pot with a Lid, so you can make Char Cloth and have some 100% Cotton Clothing, like XL Shirt you could cut some off of = Char Cloth, I might loose One Food for some Cordage, that’s time consuming to make and can help get a shelter up fast, Or if not have a Belt made of Paracord 8)

  2. Dear Lilly, here are my ten survival items I’d bring with me on Alone:
    1. First aid kit. I admit it, I can be a little clumsy at times. Wait, does that count as one item?🤔
    2. Weapon (rifle, sidearm🔫, or archery🏹). For food procurement, defense and, um…okay, sometimes I need something to cuddle when I’m alone in the woods.☺️
    3. Folding saw. ‘Cause I’m too lazy to carry an axe, even a small one. I ain’t proud,😕but it is what it is.
    4. Tent⛺️, (or tarp). For expedient sheltering. Let’s face it, I don’t care how good you are at hunting, tracking or foraging, you’re not gonna’ find a Motel 6 out in the boonies.
    5. Hammock, (or sleeping bag). I hate to say it, but I am WAY past the point in my life when any amount of beauty sleep will do me good. Still, a good night’s sleep keeps me frisky, 😏if you know I mean. What, 😳too much information?
    6. Knife🔪(for defense, food procurement and processing, fire building, tool making, shelter construction). Oh, and for lookin’ macho😁for the ladies🙋🏻‍♀️…who are probably nowhere around.
    7. Water filter system. Sure, we can make one from natural materials, but whatever happened to “work smarter, not harder?”Okay, okay, I’m being lazy again.
    8. Fire starter. Ferro rod, and if I can bribe the judges on Alone, some dry tinder material (jute twine, rubber inner tube, Vaseline, cotton balls). Hmm,🤨this is starting to sound like a date I went on last month.
    9. Trenching tool (folding shovel). For shelter construction, building game traps (for food), fire pits and field latrines. 😅Hey, when nature calls, right?
    10. Finally, a smart phone📱(to call Lilly when things get dicey🎲).

    😏”Lilly?” 😚”Hi…” 😘💕”Smooch.”
    😏”Listen, you have plans tonight? Great. I was wondering if you’d like to come to my bug out camp, and…
    😫”HELP!”

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