Started wondering about this after posting on the "Tasters Choice" thread. Over all I guess you could say that my kit is made up of several parts. I keep a tent, one dutch oven, two cast iron skillets, a flint+steel, one blanket,and change of clothes for each person in the family,flashlights,etc in the trunk of my car. (It actually doesn't take up near as much space as it sounds) . In the house I keep a large ice chest filled with canned goods, boil-in-bag rice, macaroni (or noodle of some type) pouch soups, drink mixes,power bars,etc. two 24 packs of bottled water as well. Then under the bathroom sink I keep a back pack full with sample size medicines, toothpaste,soaps,shampoos, and baby wipes (I love those things, you can use them for lots of things). The plan is, if we have to evacuate or something...my husband (if he's not at work) grabs the ice chest and water, I grab the bag and my daughter and we go. Granted even though we live in S.W. MO. and really will probably never have to worry about it, we still keep a kit around. With all the forest around us, a dry year could mean forest fires....and well I just feel better knowing that we have it just in case. Do you keep an emergency kit? If so, what's in it? is there anything you would like to include in your kit, but can't?