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What is in your medical/first-aid kit? Well, first of all, do you carry a first-aid kit? If so, what's in it? Are there some uncommon items that have proven useful?
We don't backpack nor do we stay in hostels. But, I always take some type of first-aid kit with me to accommodate our travel plans. It does vary from trip to trip as do our destinations and anticipated activities. It's also come in handy numerous times. (I'm a klutz.. Just ask Beerman.)
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