As I said yesterday, after the dig we drove to a crossroads town and had breakfast at a small cafe where they served us bad muddy coffee but excellent grits, eggs, and bacon. From there we took another long drive to our retreat and placed the buckets on our tailgates and popped the tops.
Each man designed and stocked his bucket to his needs, so you will find each a bit different and perhaps you'll find ideas and items to consider for yours if this task is undertaken. Please see part one before reading this post, it is listed on my sidebar. Thanks.
Below is the next item taken from my bucket, seems to be tobacco and matches.
Here we have a hand powered flash light, which worked quite well, and a pipe and its accessories.
In the picture above also note the red item to the right of the pipe, a first aid kit.
An MRE package from Duke's bucket, beneath, clothing articles.
Here is a shot I forgot to add from my bucket...from left to right, bug repellent, a small fishing kit, and a bag of medical supplies. The yellow item is three emergency candles.
Standby for part 3.