Of the things suggested so far, I'd be interested in taking:
Machete: Wonderful tool for all kinds of tasks, like cutting, digging, chopping, construction, harvesting, hunting...
Stainless Steel Pot: A lovely tool for outdoor living. I'd hope for a lid to go with it as a small critter-proof container. I toyed with asking for a dutch oven, but I like the lower weight of stainless, and stainless is easier to maintain in the boonies.
I'd also ask for:
Large Diameter Magnifying Glass: Used as a non-perishable fire-starting tool. A magnifying glass isn't ruined by getting wet. It's doesn't wear away by being used. In my experience, a magnifying glass has been the easiest method of primitive fire-starting, especially when a piece of charcoal is used as the tinder. It only works during daylight hours on sunny days, which is the time I'd least want a fire. Coal banking has been known for aeons, so there's no reason I couldn't learn to practice it. When we heated with wood, I used to get up each morning, and kindle a new fire from the previous night's embers.