posted on Oct, 12 2011 @ 06:03 PM
reply to post by Dionisius
All the other stuff side, this is a very good thread. I myself have a GHB, I work about 14 miles away from home, and across a river, so what I carry
is a bit different, and being a woman holds challenges of its own.
First I pack for the weather, winter in my area is a killing cold, youd better be prepared if your schlumping it through the country side. So the
pack changes with the seasons. A few weeks ago we had a flash of cool weather, cold enough to lightly frost the car windows, and that was the signal
to change out my bag.
Out went warm weather gear and in went a down jacket smashed to its smallest size, and stuffed into a 2 gallon ziplock, good for keeping things dry,
next waterproof hiking boots, and wool socks. a long sleeve t-shirt, a water proof sweatshirt(bought it at a second hand store-no idea who makes it-no
tags but super water proof) A scarf, and leathergloves lined with a waterproof layer, and a wool insert, mittens work better for me because my fingers
get really cold and I have arthritis so it makes it worse, so I cabbaged some mitten ends to them, works great. A skull cape. A couple of shock
blankets, a coil of rope, and a magnesium bar and knife with striker. I dont carry a compass, I should probobly look into that. Female items of
course, and extra ammo for my sig misquito. Guns always with me anyway might as well be able to reload
And I carry one other item most probobly dont- money, and silver, I may possibly need to barter passage across the river, and thought it might come in
handy. Any suggestions?
edit on 12-10-2011 by Rossa because: (no reason given)