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I was so confused about the jello!maverick12 wrote:I would say drop the 2 step knife sharpener and nalgene in favor of a platypus compactable bottle an more cliff bars.
What lokifz said jello and moleskin is a must if your footwear sucks or ur not used to trekking long distances
I lived in the same "Metroplex" you speak of and walking 40 miles in that doesn't sound like fun to me, and now I understand why you have 4 bottles of water in your bag. Don't forget the sunscreen, shades, and a good hat. Lightweight lose fitting clothing in the summer and a damn parka in the winte...
Here are some pics http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/03/22/se2y5y8e.jpg http://img.tapatalk.com/d/13/03/22/8uhytaqy.jpg I opened up the bag and realized I had more than my initial notes on the bag, I took those things out and this is now what I have in the pictures. I think what I need to have is a bag f...
I work 40 miles away from my home so I packed it pretty full, but the problem is it feels very heavy and I was to have to hoof it all the way home my shoulders could definitely fall off. So my question is there anything I could do with out. 3 emergency blankets Pair of rugged pants Shirt Socks Choni...
- Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:11 pm
- Forum: Contingency Planning & Preparation
- Topic: Hurricane prep timeline
- Replies: 25
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Here's just what works for myself and the family. 1 week out measure windows and put up plywood in addition to starting to stock up on water and canned foods and evaluate if we are staying or going based off the tracks and projected storm strength. And that our emergency contacts are informed of wh...