All Packed for the 2013 National Jamboree (sort of)
|Everything I want to take (sort of)|
Let me say this clearly. There should be no problem with anyone getting everything they need for 2 weeks in this bag.
|Osprey after the two large pillows and|
the REI Flash 18 (black) were removed
|Looking into the pack. Everything except clothes|
and electronics and the two stuff sacks you see
are Kimberly's Sleeping Bag and Pad and will not
make the trip with me. This bag is huge.
Everything I (Steve) intend to take is currently in one of these two bags (sort of). OK, to be honest, the idea was to gather all of the non-clothing items I want to take to the Jamboree and to see how much room I had left over for clothing. So everything that isn't clothing (and isn't electronic) that I currently intend to take to the 2013 National Jamboree is in one of the two bags that you see.
So if there is no clothing in the transporter why is it so full? What is in the bag that counts as clothing (wearable stuff) is my rain gear, two pairs of shoes (my Merrill's and my Keen Newport H2s), a large fleece that takes up too much room, swim gear, and a few misc. things. OK, again, if there is no other clothing such as uniform, t shirts, underwear, socks, why is it so full? There was room for both of my large bed pillows and Kimberly's Big Agnes sleeping bag and Sleeping Pad. Oh and I threw in the REI flash 18 in case I want a even lighter day pack. The Flash 22 you see has 1.8 L of water in the platypus Big Zip SL and two Camelbak bottles on the side, a coffee mug and a Stanley Drip Proof Coffee Mug all inside. In the brain are my glasses, sun glasses, headlamp notebook, pen, and Benchmade Mini Griptillian knife.
As I update this posting I will detail what is in the duffel and provide links where I can.
See you at the Jamboree
Steve Myers (SM Troop B326)