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Professor Møbius
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BYOBOB by Professor Møbius

June 9th, 2010 12:57 PM

INSTRUCTIONS: Build your own bug out bag and display its contents here.

Optionally, customize it for a specific disaster. Feel free to get post-apocalyptic, but remember: keep it practical.

Instead of building a bug-out-bag for this task (I've got one already, sitting in my closet) I decided to polish up my task-pack, the handiful knapsack I take with me when I go out causing mischief and mayhem.

Out on my various adventures with my team, I've found a number of items to be excessively useful, things that have proven essential to accomplishing tasks and getting us back home safe, sound and unscared.

(Contents photographed)

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Backpack, empty

Backpack, empty

My classic Sierra Club backpack, complete straps and a mesh pocket and stuff.


Bag

Bag

Never know when you'll need a bag. Until I whip it out for use, it acts like a liner for everything else in the bag, and lets me divvy out supplies to other teammates.


Parachute Cord!

Parachute Cord!

Three lengths of parachute cord (3000 lb test - green, 1500 lb test - white) and some carabiners, just in case some climbing needs to be done, or something needs to be hauled or hung.


Stuff

Stuff

Monocular, tapemeasure, multitool, flashlight, earbuds, and handsfree earpeice. It's nice being able to measure/see/talk to things while out in the field.


Documentation tools

Documentation tools

Wallet (with ID, business cards, and a lawyer's phone #), pencil, double-sized permanent marker, mechanical pencil, lead, eraser, lighter and water bottle.


Clothes

Clothes

Longsleeve shirt (in case one of the girls gets cold) and gloves.


Things

Things

Walkie-talkie (the other is charging) so we can stay in contact while tasking about, my keys (with spare flashlight and flash drive) and lantern.


Stuff, duex

Stuff, duex

Poncho (for rain), Calculator, eBook (has various physics, engineering, and biology books, + maps and tables), and a bag with small metal objects and polymer clay for harmlessly sticking things to other things.


Bag

Bag

Waterproof, padded neoprene document case. Sometimes holds my laptop, but lately has taken to holding my notebook, pencils, etc.


All packed!

All packed!

My backpack, all packed up, ready to go running about.



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posted by relet 裁判長 on June 9th, 2010 2:18 PM

Why did I expect this list to continue forever and the bags depicted grow larger and larger? :D