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Does anyone know where to find first aid kits lakeside?

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Farm Guad has a small assortment. I bought one for the basic ingredients and added other items to the zippered bag.

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You can put together your own kit and, most likely, it will be better than what you can purchase.  You probably already have some of the needed items.  I realize you asked where to purchase, however, in case you are open to the idea, here is a list I cut and pasted for you from an on line source.

Basic First Aid Kit Checklist

This is a checklist of things that should be in every first kit:

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3 hours ago, Zeb said:

You can put together your own kit and, most likely, it will be better than what you can purchase.  You probably already have some of the needed items.  I realize you asked where to purchase, however, in case you are open to the idea, here is a list I cut and pasted for you from an on line source.

Basic First Aid Kit Checklist

This is a checklist of things that should be in every first kit:

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Thanks so much, Zeb.  However, I still need a place to buy one all put together. 

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Any marine supply outlet has "Ditch Bags" some expensive, some not. Ditch means taking a step up to the dingy/life raft. Annual adjustments required depending on the depth?

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5 hours ago, bdmowers said:

Thanks so much, Zeb.  However, I still need a place to buy one all put together. 

Okay.  I understand.  Maybe then compare that list to the content of what you purchase--just a thought.

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1 hour ago, mkshawn said:

Any marine supply outlet has "Ditch Bags" some expensive, some not. Ditch means taking a step up to the dingy/life raft. Annual adjustments required depending on the depth?

... because we have so many marine supply stores lakeside...;)

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On ‎11‎/‎9‎/‎2017 at 4:01 PM, mkshawn said:

Any marine supply outlet has "Ditch Bags" some expensive, some not. Ditch means taking a step up to the dingy/life raft. Annual adjustments required depending on the depth?

English please?

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On ‎11‎/‎9‎/‎2017 at 11:52 AM, AngusMactavish said:

Unfortunately, none of these ship to mexico.

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8 minutes ago, AngusMactavish said:

I find that hard to understand as that link is Amazon Mexico.

Um, yeah, you`re right. However, none of them are first aid kits.

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2 minutes ago, bdmowers said:

Um, yeah, you`re right. However, none of them are first aid kits.

Again I find that hard to understand as the first item shown is just a box, but the second, third, forth ate kits. Here is the second listing:

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