It is the little things that get you into trouble. Have you ever been on a hiking trip and you realize you left your spoon at home? It really sucks. I did it once and had to spend an hour carving a wooden one – which was fun for a minute but got old real quick. Now I keep a set of these Travel/Camping Utensils with my hiking gear as well as another set in my bug out bag.
- GENUINE VICBAY PRODUCT
- Set of 7pcs utensils with straws and brush(1 fork, 1 knife, 1 spoon, 1 chopsticks, 1 straight straw, 1 bent straw, 1 cleaning brush), perfect metal straws for drinking cold beverage, sipping cocktail, coffee, ice tea, cappuccino etc.
- Cutlery kept clean and compactly stored in stylish, washable neoprene case. Dimensions: fork-6.77’’, spoon-6.77”, knife-6.97″, chopsticks-7.28”, straw-8.46”, brush-8.46”.
- Lightweight and portable utensils for everyone. Only 108g(3.82oz), pack with a neoprene case great for travelers and carrying in your bag or backpack. Made of 304 ASTM standard food used stainless steel, durable and reusable cutlery sets for travel or camping.
|Day||Survival Gear||Category||Estimated Cost|
|Survival Day 5||Travel/Camping Utensils||Basic Supplies||$12 X 5 = $60
Total = $550
|Survival Day 4||Elk Ridge Fixed Blade Machete||Weapons||$25 X 2 = $50
Total = $490
|Survival Day 3||Drop Bar Door Brackets||Security||$40 X 6 = $240
Total = $440
|Survival Day 2||Kaito KA500 Crank Emergency Radio||Technology||$50 X 2 = $100
Total = $200
|Survival Day 1||Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Folding Knife||Basic Supplies||$50 X 2 = $100
Total = $100