- Protective Helmets (base ball, bicycle, and skate board types can be used for head protection during the pole shift)
- Body Protective Padding (knee, elbow, wrist)
- Tire hand pumps (For airing up a tire by hand. I like the ones with gauge on the pump. After the PS hand push carts will be the only thing moving.)
- Steel and Kevlar Bike Tires (Push carts made of bicycle parts will be used for some time.)
- Self Sealing Inner Tubes
- Fishing equipment of all kinds
- Camping equipment: Air mattress, Sleeping bags, Compass, Whistle, Back packs etc
- LED and florescent task lighting and flashlights. (I don't recommend using gas lanterns or candles. Earth will have many trimmers lasting for some time. These
are too dangerous in that they can be knocked over and start a fire.)
- 1 Watt LED Headlamp is nice and bright.
- "Emergency Crank Flashlight" sells for $7.47. (one minute charge will yield up to one hour runtime on a single LED)
- "Hand Cranking Flashlight with emergency flashers (RCF3L)" Has 5 LEDs and for a 1 minute charge will run for 8 min to 45 min depending on number of
LEDs burning and sells for $7.97. See http://www.flashlightz.com/category.php/emergency-flashlights/?category=2099
- Rain Suits
- Golf cart 6 volt batteries.
- Cloth by the yard, for filtering water, and to use as mosquito net sleeping at night, etc.
- Hiking shoes and boots.
- Digital weather station.
- Outdoor thermometers.
- Glues and tapes of all kinds.
- Large stainless steel stockpots for cooking over open fires.
- Zip lock plastic bags.
- First aid gauze roles and pads, cloth tape, large adhesive pads, band-aids.
Offered by Mike.