My suggestion is to skip the gaskets, unless you feel they are already leaking. Seems that once folks go down that road, they wind up either screwing up a good seal/gasket, or go into "well, I've gone this far, might as well rebuild the whole thing" mode.
With 110K, I would skip the T/C (you can check it by rocking the crank back and forth while observing the rotor for movement), but since it was sitting outside, perhaps a water pump and t stat replacement would be in order.
I would change the oil, pull the dist, then run the oil pump till you get oil through the rockers.
Insure the cooling system hasn't gathered any critters.
Pressure wash the block prior to installation.
In the end, you can go as far and replace as many components as you feel comfortable doing.