Hmm... Probably a few how-to books, just to make sure. Otherwise, not a whole lot.
Where I live, I'm pretty well out of the way. In a doomsday situation, I'm either dead or I'm just fine, a bit inconvenienced perhaps.
I often joke about watching the world end through my picture windows while sipping wine and eating fancy cheeses. I don't even have to worry about zombies!
I generate more energy than I use, on top of that. So, until those batteries start going, I'm pretty set.
I might need some staples, like salt and flour. I've got transportation that'll run on some pretty dirty fuel and a large stash of heating oil and diesel immediately available. Rationed, that'd last quite a long time.
Among the list of 'stupid things I own' is an inbound call router. I have all sorts of things downloaded already, so I could pretty much offer a form of 'internet' to my neighbors. (It shouldn't be too hard to power a TelCo switch.)
As far as resources go, there's no reason for looters/marauders to venture out my way. There are far juicier targets that are much closer to the population centers. Spending precious fuel to come to my house would be a poor choice as far as logistics go. While I'm not in a population-dense area, there are enough adult males experienced with firearms in my area to where we could maintain the pinch-points without much trouble. We'd be kinda like a porcupine in those regards. There are easier meals. We aren't on a route that's between to places.
There's a farm immediately available and it's a traditional New England farm, meaning it's not just cows or pigs. It shouldn't be too hard to grow a wheat crop. Even if we had to harvest it manually, that shouldn't be a problem. We have beasts of burden available.
There's even plenty of fruit available. Plus I have a huge stash already. I probably won't even run out of wine. Building a still won't be a problem, so I could even have spirits to go with my wine.
If it was bad enough, I'd probably have to venture into a populated area eventually. We will need medicine eventually, as someone's bound to get hurt, but I've got things to barter with. Among those items to barter with are numerous firearms and a large cache of ammunition.
Should things get really bad, it's not too difficult to at least cross the border into Canada. It's easy enough to do, even if you want to do so without going through an official checkpoint.