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Thursday, April 22, 2010

$ykotic Quickstrike:Practice + Packing

That water above actually runs for about 3 1/2 miles to a stream where the salmon spawn in early October. To the right is wooded terrain on an incline at least 40-50 ft. high, I haven't ventured on that side yet. Last 7/4 we had a 2 night camp-out there that went pretty well. Trying to get Patagonia or Coleman to sponsor (pay for porta-potty 3 day rental) so I can try to make it an event.

Gas powered generator=turntables.

That Icelandic volcano is the latest episode of 'The Universe On Line One'.
After I visualized this incident, I started to think, it's getting to that time of year where people travel quite often, and it's looking like you may need to add the survival tools in the luggage with the linen and boat shoes. One might be going to an island getaway and end up in a shelter because of a hurricane or earthquake. Or pick-pocketed funds.

The word around is that JakPak didn't affix the closures well, and the mosquito net around the hands is horrible if it's raining. But yeah, a jacket-tent. Just to show you how preparation is vital, people out there stuck at those airports could've used this.

Y'all copped that water bottle yet?


Keep posting this type of stuff, I need to step my apocalypse game up. This goes in the when the shit hits the fan folder.

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