Still no details, but can I bring penicillin?
large supply of shampoo, conditioner, soap and lipstick
ordinary women had very little in the way of luxuries...the men were catered to with the pamperings of a gentlemans barbershop.
Toilet paper. But that is technology designed.
Just point out which ones are the poison ivy ones :O
I would have to take my motorbike and my dog
A very large sum of gold. In the bank it would go. From there who knows. I'd live a comfortable life, and take the opportunity to travel the world.
I'd go anywhere as long as they had tampons.
1880 no women's rights back then. I guess my wife flogger.
A few really well-made knives and a sword, food foraging manual, manuals on growing, processing, and storing food, herbal medicine book, a good water purification system, wool blankets, sewing needles, a shovel, paracord, fish hooks, backpack, sleeping bag, tent, sack of gold and silver coins. Can I bring my horse?
Sure they have them, but do I own them? If not, more gold and silver. And I'm not going without my Leatherman tool, various hidden weapons for self defense, and the paracord.
I'd take three things. Some coins in my pocket for survival, a smart friend, (because I'm not) and together we would find out what to do next, and a dog, who makes you more happier than a dog?
Tell my friend what? About the dog?
I'd bring my friends! :) xx ..it'd be great if we all lived in the same place.. And I Love horses so I think 1880 would be quite agreeable to me.
You wouldn't beat me! xx
A notebook and pen so I can journal my experience from that time, and maybe a good book to read on my down time.
Yes, very true! :-)