Chace just got sent $20 to the water, ice, soap, and fan and $70 donation will give him more water, some gatorades to keep his electrolytes up, more granola bars and some cans of beans and tuna. But lets keep going! He can use as much water and food as you can send!
Apparently Chace’s mess kit didn’t come with eating utensils and he shovel his meal into his mouth with a cup. So that has been added to the list, as well as other forms of simple entertainment that he might enjoy—playing cards, a gameboy, or you might wish him to sharpen his skills with throwing knives or his bow and arrow (the other tributes might be a challenge!) and those are offered for him too. see the list and donate! — http://tributeforgod.tumblr.com/tools
Chace’s physical comforts are mostly met! But trouble is his mental state is in jeopardy! Imagine if you had to sit at a campsite by yourself for days on end. You’d go a bit mad too. He is limited on how far he can wander due to his location. So exploring his surroundings is limited. So we are adding things to the list—word searches, a sketch book and pencil, maybe even a gameboy if you think he deserves that much entertainment. Interested in saving him from himself, then check out the fully updated list—-> http://tributeforgod.tumblr.com/tools
(all further posts are being composed by Chace’s older sister)
Our rule was: No human interaction/contact.
Trouble is he also needs to have a functioning phone at all hours in case of an emergency (as well as our original plan to have him make his own videos and posts through out the day but that has hit a snag—something else we’re working on at the moment). The concern is that today his phone didn’t make it through the day and our plan to have battery switch out done remotely (switching out his battery for a fully charged one) was not possible because the second battery didn’t have a full charge yet.
For this reason, the rule had to be broken so that we could reassess the situation and come to an agreement on how to proceed. Our solution should work but we aplogise for being so terrible and breaking that rule on the first night. However, that shouldn’t be the case after this evening.
However, we are now able to give you all a lovely update on his first day out. He has a fire started, a shelter built that he believes should withstand the rain (but he could always use a tarp to ensure against the rain or even a tent, which would make it far easier and he won’t get eaten in his sleep). He even made himself tea. Yes, tea! Scattered out in the woods were some trash items (plastic bags and empty water bottles) and you can boil water and use a hard-wood tree bark and make tea—who would have thought?! I didn’t.
He now has a mess kit, a camper meal of cheesy tomato pasta, a gallon of water, and a can of tuna (nee beans). Of course he won’t be able to live on that for the next several days so check out the tools page again and again and send him more things! You all are great and doing so well at helping him survive so far so keep it up!