and you can only take 5 items per person. Assume that shelter and food would not be an issue, but you have no internet, no phone, and no you can't order anything online. An item can be a set of things that actually go together, like a tea set or screwdriver with interchangeable heads etc. What would you bring for yourself and your family? Go!
Wow, that's really difficult. Are we allowed to bring something like a Kindle loaded with books or is that considered the "internet"?
Grace-based wife & mama to 2 unschoolers! One & . We live simply & mindfully. Expecting another blessing Feb 2015 Praying for another
*kindle preloaded with all the e-books it could hold
*picture frame with usb port w/ pics of family and friends
*my meditation alter
*mp3 player loaded with music and rechargeable batteries
*kindle preloaded with all the books it would hold
"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication" --Leonardo Da Vinci
I'm assuming things like clothes and blankets are included in the shelter?
A copy of Where there is no doctor
A set of cookware
A large collection of dried spices including salt and pepper
One of those travel kits (that has mini hair brush, nail clippers, scissors, file, toothbrush etc)
A leatherman, swiss army knife or similar tool
Fishing pole with tackle box
Magnesium fire starter
Wooden tool box
Coloring book and crayons
Lisa married to B WAHM to C (08.09)
10 years eh?
I'd pack a cooking set, tool set and solar power kit. Then i can make toys, useful items and good food.
Dh would die without internet, so he'd manage to pack a PC and satelite link....
three kids - buckets of sunscreen, medical kit, medicine kit with herbal remedies book.
I think we could create the rest....and learn to read by writing in the sand? Fascinating question though.