I also keep a small just in case bag with an emergency bivy, trowel, TP, hand sanitize, lighter, emergency whistle, high density food bars etc.
Oh sorry I had no idea...........damnHe's a paid fucking shill.
@Boltz.. The videos are a great help and explains a lot of things. You determine what you need and go from there.Oh sorry I had no idea...........damn
well for someone who would like to see some tools and gear that is good to have along and a few things explained they are good videos regardless.
Now for the unpaid professional kick ass know it all they probably are of no use whatsoever.
Yeah I have a few wraps of these laying around. I wish I remembered the name we called it, but there's at least a 50% chance it would be inappropriate to post. It takes a few hours but is well worth it when it comes time to actually use some of it.Definitely add this:
550 cord, aka paracord, aka Type III Nylon, aka survival cord. 100’ or more.