Difference between revisions of "Camping list"

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* Mundane Clothing - a dry outfit in the car can make a world of difference if everything else gets wet
 
* Mundane Clothing - a dry outfit in the car can make a world of difference if everything else gets wet
  
== Food and utensils ==
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== Food ==
 
**snack food since you cannot rely on merchants being available and communal snacks never last long, if they even exist
 
**snack food since you cannot rely on merchants being available and communal snacks never last long, if they even exist
**[[Bowl]]
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**[[Food]] or membership of a [[food fund]]
**[[Spoon]]s (2 are harder to loose than one, besides, I don't like eating sweet stuff with a spoon that's covered in vegetable gunk),
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**Water most other beverages do not keep you hydrated
**[[knife]]
 
**dishtowels
 
**[[Tankard]] or [[goblet]]
 
 
**[[Alcohol]] And a bottle opener for wine or flip tops.
 
**[[Alcohol]] And a bottle opener for wine or flip tops.
 
**[[cordial]] if you get sick of drinking plain tank water during the day.  
 
**[[cordial]] if you get sick of drinking plain tank water during the day.  
**[[Food]] or membership of a [[food fund]]
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**Water most other beverages do not keep you hydrated
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== Dishes and utensiles
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*[[Bowl]], trencher
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*[[Spoon]]s (2 are harder to loose than one, besides, I don't like eating sweet stuff with a spoon that's covered in vegetable gunk),
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*[[knife]]
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*dishtowels
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*[[Tankard]] or [[goblet]]
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== Cooking **
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*pots and pans
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*measuring cups, spatula, mixing spoons
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*cooking fire iron ware like spits, tripods, coal shovels
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*Clean up stuff
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**Pot to heat clean-up water
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**dish soap and dishtowel
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**Basket(s) to hold/carry stuff
 
**Basket(s) to hold/carry stuff
  
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**craft projects - if you're not fighting, there'll be plenty of time to sew/knit/braid/weave, etc while you watch the fighting or socialise.
 
**craft projects - if you're not fighting, there'll be plenty of time to sew/knit/braid/weave, etc while you watch the fighting or socialise.
 
**A Good Supply of [[No Shit, There I Was]] stories. (Note- these are generally available onsite).
 
**A Good Supply of [[No Shit, There I Was]] stories. (Note- these are generally available onsite).
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== Medicines ==
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*Pain killer
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*Allergy meds
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*Sunscreen
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*Personal meds

Revision as of 05:10, 12 August 2005

Here's a suggested list of items you might like to think about taking to a camping event like Pennsic.


Garb

Pack at least one set of hot and one set of cold. Be ready when the weather does the most annoying thing you can think of.

    • Boots or other footwear (x 2 pairs) walking, dancing, fighting
    • T-Tunics and Pants
    • Dresses, bodices, chemises, skirt
    • Fancy Garb
    • pouch to put your money and other stuff in
    • accesories/decorations
    • socks or hose
    • Belt
    • stuff to wear to bed (depending upon shared state of sleeping arrangements). undertunics/dresses make great period nightgowns for both sexes. Otherwise consider pyamas/boxers unless you are close friends with your tent mate.
    • A *warm* Cloak (it gan get real cold at night)
  • Mundane Clothing - a dry outfit in the car can make a world of difference if everything else gets wet

Food

    • snack food since you cannot rely on merchants being available and communal snacks never last long, if they even exist
    • Food or membership of a food fund
    • Water most other beverages do not keep you hydrated
    • Alcohol And a bottle opener for wine or flip tops.
    • cordial if you get sick of drinking plain tank water during the day.

== Dishes and utensiles

  • Bowl, trencher
  • Spoons (2 are harder to loose than one, besides, I don't like eating sweet stuff with a spoon that's covered in vegetable gunk),
  • knife
  • dishtowels
  • Tankard or goblet

== Cooking **

  • pots and pans
  • measuring cups, spatula, mixing spoons
  • cooking fire iron ware like spits, tripods, coal shovels
  • Clean up stuff
    • Pot to heat clean-up water
    • dish soap and dishtowel


    • Basket(s) to hold/carry stuff

Camp Gear

    • Chair
    • table
    • stove
    • cooler
    • Tent (period or modern) incluing ropes, stakes and poles (failing this, find someone else's tent)
    • Sleeping bag/blanket (bring extra) (failing this, find someone else's)
    • pillow - optional, but much more comfortable
    • Lilo/sleeping mat/air mattrell/cot
    • Duct tape
    • Cable ties and safety pins
    • Plastic bags for garbage, dirty clothes, keeping stuff like your new drum dry

Bath kit

    • towel and wash cloths
    • soap
    • shampoo/conditioner
    • hair brush or comb
    • shaving razor, cream, mirror
    • toothbrush, toothpaste and floss
    • solar shower bag

Entertainments

    • Armour and armour repair kit
    • Musical instruments
    • Craft tools and material
    • Class materials or notebook
    • Money to buy cool stuff from the merchants
    • craft projects - if you're not fighting, there'll be plenty of time to sew/knit/braid/weave, etc while you watch the fighting or socialise.
    • A Good Supply of No Shit, There I Was stories. (Note- these are generally available onsite).

Medicines

  • Pain killer
  • Allergy meds
  • Sunscreen
  • Personal meds