I saw a thread on winter 4x4 exploring but wanted to share some summer triple digit off road tips. -Water Water Water and Water 5 + Gallons minimum in a BPA free container, I once drank the melted ice water from an ice chest and more than the bathwater taste the plastic leaching from the cooler made my stomach turn. It had a fowl taste unlike anything you could imagine. A garden hose drink would have tasted like SMART water in comparison. - Tarps for shade, worth their weight in gold the bigger the better don't forget the cordage, a lot may be needed if no trees are around to tie down to. - Shemagh or XL handkerchief, doubles as a cooling device when wet and shade - ARB fridge, skip the ice chest at best you will get a day out of it, maybe 2 if its a Yeti or Pelican once temps get above 110F, only the block ice will last. - High Carb food and sweets, skip beef jerky and sodium rich chips - Bring the tools you need to fix your rig, JEEPers especially, they use all kinds of strange fasteners, metric/imperial, star, torx, security torx, and other odd tools. - Always carry a snatch strap you never know when a Jeep may be around - Always carry a good spare and a plug/patch kit, on this trip I left the full size spare at home. - Lastly simply pack like you are camping for a multi-day over night, with this in mind you should have everything you need until help arrives. A couple of side notes: sleeping on the ground at night is out of the question in the desert way to many scorpions spiders and scorpions moving around in plain view. Bucket seats are nice off road but hard to sleep in at night having extra drinks and some food, is better than drinking cooler water and eating a water logged sub sandwich from the gas station. Im curious what anyone else has run across in their summer outdoor trips?