Difference between revisions of "Camping list"

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*[[Belt]]
 
*[[Belt]]
 
*[[Bowl]]
 
*[[Bowl]]
*[[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), [[knife]]
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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]]
 
*teatowel - helps dry your dishes, wipe your hands on during meal, mop up spills, etc
 
*teatowel - helps dry your dishes, wipe your hands on during meal, mop up spills, etc
 
*[[Tankard]] or [[goblet]]
 
*[[Tankard]] or [[goblet]]

Revision as of 21:34, 21 July 2003

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

  • Alcohol And a bottle opener for wine or flip tops.
  • cordial if you get sick of drinking plain tank water during the day.
  • Food or membership of a food fund.
  • Duct tape
  • Cable ties
  • Plastic bags
  • Boots x 2 pairs
  • T-Tunics or dress if you're a girlie
  • Pants
  • A *warm* Cloak (it gets real cold at night)
  • Belt
  • Bowl
  • 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
  • teatowel - helps dry your dishes, wipe your hands on during meal, mop up spills, etc
  • Tankard or goblet
  • Chair
  • Towel (so you can dry off after your shower)
  • Armour
  • Money to buy cool stuff from the merchants
  • Tent (period or modern) (failing this, find someone else's tent)
  • Sleeping bag/blanket (failing this, find someone else's)
  • pillow - optional, but much more comfortable
  • Lilo or something to sleep on (or, find someone)
  • snack food since you cannot rely on merchants being available and communal snacks never last long, if they even exist
  • pouch to put your money and other stuff in
  • socks or hose
  • 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.
  • 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 sometimes available at the event).