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Here are the assumptions I’m going to be making for this week’s prompt:
- The island has a climate that will not kill me with heat stroke, frost bite, or unlucky encounters with the wildlife when I arrive.
- I will have enough food, water, shelter, medicine, and other basic supplies to keep me alive and well until I’m rescued.
If we’re talking about an island that is freezing cold, filled with venomous snakes, or is otherwise inhospitable to human visitors, all I’d want is to get the heck out of there as soon as possible. I’m going to assume this is not what Long and Short Reviews intended and answer this question under the assumption that I’m safe there as long as I don’t do anything silly like try to jump off a cliff.
In that case, this is what I’d want to have with me.
A notebook to write down memories of and stories about my time there.
A camera to snap a few pictures.
A hammock to sleep in (and a warm blanket in case the night air was damp).
A couple of buckets to use in my sand castle creations.
A swimming suit and towel to make my explorations of the shore a bit easier.
A few people I loved for the companionship.
A few large, friendly dogs to play with and to help me grab the attention of the rescuers whenever they arrived.
And a paperback or two to read if I grew bored.
Give me all of those things, and I’d be pretty happy there for a little while until the rescuers arrived.
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