My Hobonichi Planner If you are not a total geek, you will not understand this post at all. I am a certified office supply and planner junkie, always have been. I belong to several Facebook groups about planners, bullet journaling, pens…it is a little crazy, I know. A couple of weeks ago I saw a post about this Japanese planner, the Hobonichi. The EDC Bag Your everyday carry (EDC) bag is one of your most important preparations. It is lightweight bag of gear to backup, support and compliment your on-person EDC. Pockets have limited space--this bag catches the overflow. It should be able to keep you going for a day or two in case you need to pick up and go, if you get stuck at work, or if disaster strikes and you need to bug out for home.
Get Home Bag Contents My Original Get Home Bag Contents A Get Home Bag is essentially the little brother to the Bug Out Bag. The Get Home Bag is lighter and smaller and built for quick movement to assist you in one purpose, getting home! Pack a Backpack for Camping From Wired How-To Wiki A well-packed sack will save your back. Photo by The Glasshalffull via Flickr. It's happened to everyone before. You start out in the comfort of your living room, with a cavernous empty backpack and all your gear spread out before you. Then, six miles out, you realize: Despite stuffing your pack to the brim, you've forgotten your rain shell and soaked your food in fuel.
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72 Hour Kit January 13, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin EVERYONE should keep a 72-hour emergency survival kit in their vehicle. No excuses. Why? Must-Carry Survival Gear The Daypack  Pack All my gear (including medical kit and neck knife) weighs just 4 ¼pounds and would fit in a fanny pack, but I prefer a daypack with a suspension system. Compass I use a baseplate compass for map-and-compass navigation. Not shown is the bubble compass I pin to my jacket. Garbage Bags, 4 The lowly trash bag is the epitome of versatility. Spread them flat to make a dry bed or work space, use as emergency hip boots or tarp shelters, or fill with snow to melt for drinking water. Cord, 30 Feet Parachute (550) cord is the standard survival cord. The inside strands are very strong and can be put to many uses, such as emergency fishing line. Water Bottle A wide-mouthed Nalgene bottle is next to unbreakable and less likely to freeze than a bottle with a narrow neck.
Quieten That Generator *Quieten That Generator!*By: Warlord13 March 2004Updated: 16 January 2007 We have a Coleman 10HP "Power Mate" 5KW generator. It's LOUD. It has a "Spark Arrester" as a muffler. The factory has no aftermarket mufflers for it, and extensive web-searches have not turned up a suitable muffler for it.