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dumpster harpy

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Figured I'd list out all my shit for y'all.


French Army Alpine Pack

Snugpak Navigator Sleeping Bag
Camo Tarp
SOL Emergency Bivy
Thermarest Z-Lite

3x synthetic underwear
fleece-lined leggings
walmart polyester leggings
1 pair of pantyhose
1 pair of fishnets
3 pairs athletic socks
3 pairs thick wool socks
2x sports bra

Microfleece thermal shirt
Synthetic T-shirt
Band shirt
Light fleece jacket
Booty shorts

Walls Insulated Bibs
Carhartt Jacket
Shemagh
Insulated Beanie
Cheap knit gloves

Rain Jacket
Rain Pants

Small ziploc covered in duct tape
Head Lamp
Extra batteries
$1 walmart headphones
Leather work gloves
Sewing Kit (floss, needles)
Gorilla glue
Gorilla Tape
Leatherman Wingman
Mora Robust
First aid kit
50ft (+random bits) of cordage

Survival kit (firestarters, waterproof matches, paracord, striker, fishhooks)
16oz stainless steel cup
Plastic spoon
P-38

TP
Baby Wipes
face stuff
makeup

Gallon ziploc covered in duct tape
CCG
Book
Compact road atlas
pencil
pen
big sharpie
notebook

Food stash (tuna packets, granola bars, tea)
Ocean Spray jug covered in duct tape


I think that's about it. If you think I'm missing something or have extra shit, let me know.
 
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I second that sex work comment, but I suppose theres always room to feel sexy!
Booty shorts!
Anyway, socks socks socks
Can't go wrong with plenty of freshies!
Nice to know the weight factor as well.
You sure are prepared for a lot!
 

reyrey

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I second that sex work comment, but I suppose theres always room to feel sexy!
Booty shorts!
Anyway, socks socks socks
Can't go wrong with plenty of freshies!
Nice to know the weight factor as well.
You sure are prepared for a lot!
Panty hose and fishnet keep you real warm on winter areas areaareaareaarea
 

reyrey

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Location
usa
Figured I'd list out all my shit for y'all.


French Army Alpine Pack

Snugpak Navigator Sleeping Bag
Camo Tarp
SOL Emergency Bivy
Thermarest Z-Lite

3x synthetic underwear
fleece-lined leggings
walmart polyester leggings
1 pair of pantyhose
1 pair of fishnets
3 pairs athletic socks
3 pairs thick wool socks
2x sports bra

Microfleece thermal shirt
Synthetic T-shirt
Band shirt
Light fleece jacket
Booty shorts

Walls Insulated Bibs
Carhartt Jacket
Shemagh
Insulated Beanie
Cheap knit gloves

Rain Jacket
Rain Pants

Small ziploc covered in duct tape
Head Lamp
Extra batteries
$1 walmart headphones
Leather work gloves
Sewing Kit (floss, needles)
Gorilla glue
Gorilla Tape
Leatherman Wingman
Mora Robust
First aid kit
50ft (+random bits) of cordage

Survival kit (firestarters, waterproof matches, paracord, striker, fishhooks)
16oz stainless steel cup
Plastic spoon
P-38

TP
Baby Wipes
face stuff
makeup

Gallon ziploc covered in duct tape
CCG
Book
Compact road atlas
pencil
pen
big sharpie
notebook

Food stash (tuna packets, granola bars, tea)
Ocean Spray jug covered in duct tape


I think that's about it. If you think I'm missing something or have extra shit, let me know.
Swiss army uded to use a version of them
 

dumpster harpy

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Hell, MA
Not bringing a lot of makeup, probably just eyeliner.

All together, if I pack the bibs and jacket (as opposed to wearing them), it comes in at about 27 lbs plus water and extra snacks.

Probably also a guitar or a uke.
 

Anagor

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Bonn, Germany
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All together, if I pack the bibs and jacket (as opposed to wearing them), it comes in at about 27 lbs plus water and extra snacks.

Well, that' s okay I guess, concerning it's a lot of stuff. And I suppose you plan to do some camping in the wilderness, trainhopping and stuff? Then you will need stuff like a tarp and camping gear, yes.

I packed a lot the first times I went travelling but since I always ended up going from one city to the other in a quite densily populated area, I hauled around a lot of stuff (tarp with pegs, rain poncho, few pairs of spare clothes and so on) and never used it.

So later I decided to pack lightweight. Just a few bits and pieces (plasters, torch, phone with charger, small bottle wirh desinfectant, sewing kit and safety pins, duct tape and sharpie, ...) and two sleeping bags (in winter three). That's just it. Perhaps one change of clothing, sometimes not even that.

Pack as lightweight as you can (depending on how you travel of course), your back will thank you. :)
 

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