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01-13-2015 02:15 PM
boomerweps To answer the basic question, but of course. GHB in the primary vehicle, simpler GHB for throwing in secondary vehicles or traveling distances with others. Survival BOB in the house.
01-13-2015 02:08 PM
erehwesle
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Originally Posted by rezmut View Post
I've never had a problem with leaving my mylar covered closedcell foam pad rolled up- but I do agree that a good sleeping bag shouldn't be stored rolled- mine is on a hanger that I made for it, and hangs right over where my pack goes- takes about 1 minute to flop out my pad,lay the bag on it with the small tent on the foot of it,then roll it all into 1 compact bundle and bunjie it under my pack.
BTW- my Mountain Lion Super is almost 40 years old, and will still let me sleep in a snowbank at -10 and be comfortable.
I do the same, the sleeping bags and pads are all hung up in our basement storage closet with the packs and most of my backpacking gear. Packing up is about a 20 minute endeavor.

The Mountain Lion Super is good kit. I have a North Face Cats Meow, that while rated to 20 does quite well even in the very cold. I have been using it less now that I got a Marmot 0.
01-09-2015 05:29 PM
mark.c0000 i have one and my wife has a smaller one. its a good thing to have just incase. probably going to setup a bag just for my car trunk sometime soon too.
01-07-2015 02:13 AM
rezmut
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Originally Posted by erehwesle View Post
A good sleeping bag, or a sleeping pad is wrecked by being kept stuffed or rolled up for more than a couple of weeks.
I've never had a problem with leaving my mylar covered closedcell foam pad rolled up- but I do agree that a good sleeping bag shouldn't be stored rolled- mine is on a hanger that I made for it, and hangs right over where my pack goes- takes about 1 minute to flop out my pad,lay the bag on it with the small tent on the foot of it,then roll it all into 1 compact bundle and bunjie it under my pack.
BTW- my Mountain Lion Super is almost 40 years old, and will still let me sleep in a snowbank at -10 and be comfortable.
01-07-2015 01:58 AM
erehwesle A good sleeping bag, or a sleeping pad is wrecked by being kept stuffed or rolled up for more than a couple of weeks.
01-06-2015 11:36 PM
WornoutDanners I have get home bag in my rig, and long haul bag at home. Working on DIY solar generator like GoalZero Yeti for my house or rig.
01-06-2015 10:43 PM
MR_SLOW I have 4 of them ready to go.
01-06-2015 07:14 PM
GATOR85 I have a bag that goes every where with me, it is repacked several times a year as I work on the road in differnt states in all weather and climates.
01-06-2015 06:16 PM
tbone1964 Yup ready to go here. Have 4 bags and a fully fueled 4x4
01-06-2015 03:58 PM
BBQ_Pork
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Originally Posted by DarkPhoenix13 View Post
Ain't that the truth.

Two bags myself. Working on a third. The first is more a fanny pack that is my "Oh crap the car got stuck in a snowbank" bag. The second is my interpretation of an INCH bag. The third will be something in between.
Each vehicle has a "walk home from twice the distance of the vehicle's average range from home" bag.

There are two bugout bags, built on a bugout of 300 miles by vehicle, and the possibility of having to bailout somewhere on the way, and finishing on foot.
01-04-2015 07:02 PM
Henry Every Yes we have try to have one in every vehicle we own.
01-01-2015 07:28 PM
Edward4576 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NP0mQeLWCCo

yeah
01-01-2015 05:51 PM
Vanishing Nomad
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Originally Posted by BumbleBri View Post
This thread is from 2008..
Someone finally used the search function!!
01-01-2015 05:39 PM
DarkPhoenix13
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Originally Posted by arleigh View Post
Sometimes a thread like this can serve as a reminder to those that haven't done it yet.
Ain't that the truth.

Two bags myself. Working on a third. The first is more a fanny pack that is my "Oh crap the car got stuck in a snowbank" bag. The second is my interpretation of an INCH bag. The third will be something in between.
01-01-2015 01:08 PM
arleigh Sometimes a thread like thins can serve as a reminder to those that haven't done it yet.

The bag goes with me everywhere ,and my bike bags are always loaded .
I HATE NOT BEING PREPARED.
My EDC weighs 30+ and cary it all the time ,it'a a life style.
01-01-2015 11:22 AM
Ladigo We kinda live in the boonies, (We drive 80 miles one way once a month to go shopping) and we have our BOB's and survival kits always packed and ready to go.
01-01-2015 11:07 AM
doitlegal I carry a large purse if two MREs and essentials when I go more that 5 miles from my house or when I go to work I have a small back pack with what I need to get back home. and when I go on a trip I bring my bug out back. Otherwise I plan to bug in.
01-01-2015 10:15 AM
bunkerbuster Duffle bags



Gotta love these things

(assuming you are going in vehicles)
01-01-2015 10:00 AM
flashman
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Originally Posted by elmojo View Post
Isn't this thread sort of like asking if a golfer has golf clubs?
I mean its asking if preppers really prep. I know this is an old thread but still.....
Thats kinda what I was thinking....going on a Prep site and asking people if they have preps????
01-01-2015 09:47 AM
elmojo Isn't this thread sort of like asking if a golfer has golf clubs?
I mean its asking if preppers really prep. I know this is an old thread but still.....
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