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    Current GHB build

    My main concern is getting kid from day care and getting home. Wife works along my path home, so I can snag her on the way or catch up to her(I walk faster). to day care and home is about 25 miles total. At least once a week, I end up 60-90 miles from home, so planning for both in one bag.

    EDC:
    Glasses
    Sunglasses
    Biteguard
    folding knife
    migraine medication
    mechanics gloves

    Bag:
    Fieldline Pro Series Glenwood Canyon Frame Pack

    2L water in bottles that fit Sawyer Mini
    Water Filter - sawyer mini
    Water bottle - flip top contigo with lock for spout.
    2l Hydration Bladder
    4 Meals
    6 Energy bars
    Folding Grill
    Pot
    Utensils
    Bowl x2
    Scrub pad
    Cup -8 oz
    Fire starter
    Lighter x3
    Matches
    Tent - Cabela's 1 person
    Sleeping Bag
    Sleeping Pad - Kelty inflatable
    Mylar blanket x2
    Pillow - inflatable
    Flashlight
    Headlamp
    Mini light
    extra batteries x6 (AAA) all the lights use AAA
    Underwear x3
    Short socks x3
    Long socks x3
    Short sleeved shirt x3
    Rain gear- Frogs Toggs UL
    Long sleeve shirt
    1/4 zip shirt
    Watch Cap
    Face Mask
    Jacket
    Small hand axe
    Sharpener
    Pistol - Glock 23
    Magazine x4(2x 13 rd,2x 10 rd)
    Ammo X50
    Bandaids
    Neosporin
    Alcohol Swabs
    Gauze
    Hoof Wrap
    Butterflies
    Ibuprofen
    Chapstick
    Allergy Pills
    Paracord 50'
    Duct Tape - 50 ft
    Binder Clips x6
    Laces
    Rain cover
    Gloves
    Extra Glasses
    Multi-Tool
    Wipes
    Compass
    Power Pack
    Lightning Cord
    Bar of Soap
    Wall Wart
    Baby Wipes
    Folding stroller
    3 Hot wheels

    With water and everything packed in/on, comes out to 40-41lbs.

    Figure until I get the kid, I can always put the bag in the stroller and push it along.

    May switch the pistol for Canik TP9SFx with 4 mags. Need to find a good conceal carry holster for it.

    I am sure I have made alot of common mistakes, but the bag carries well. try to get on tread mill at least once a week and do 3 miles with it.

    Bring the fire. I know it is coming.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbaartman View Post
    My main concern is getting kid from day care and getting home. Wife works along my path home, so I can snag her on the way or catch up to her(I walk faster). to day care and home is about 25 miles total. At least once a week, I end up 60-90 miles from home, so planning for both in one bag.

    EDC:
    Glasses
    Sunglasses
    Biteguard
    folding knife
    migraine medication
    mechanics gloves

    Bag:
    Fieldline Pro Series Glenwood Canyon Frame Pack

    2L water in bottles that fit Sawyer Mini
    Water Filter - sawyer mini
    Water bottle - flip top contigo with lock for spout.
    2l Hydration Bladder
    4 Meals
    6 Energy bars
    Folding Grill
    Pot
    Utensils
    Bowl x2
    Scrub pad
    Cup -8 oz
    Fire starter
    Lighter x3
    Matches
    Tent - Cabela's 1 person
    Sleeping Bag
    Sleeping Pad - Kelty inflatable
    Mylar blanket x2
    Pillow - inflatable
    Flashlight
    Headlamp
    Mini light
    extra batteries x6 (AAA) all the lights use AAA
    Underwear x3
    Short socks x3
    Long socks x3
    Short sleeved shirt x3
    Rain gear- Frogs Toggs UL
    Long sleeve shirt
    1/4 zip shirt
    Watch Cap
    Face Mask
    Jacket
    Small hand axe
    Sharpener
    Pistol - Glock 23
    Magazine x4(2x 13 rd,2x 10 rd)
    Ammo X50
    Bandaids
    Neosporin
    Alcohol Swabs
    Gauze
    Hoof Wrap
    Butterflies
    Ibuprofen
    Chapstick
    Allergy Pills
    Paracord 50'
    Duct Tape - 50 ft
    Binder Clips x6
    Laces
    Rain cover
    Gloves
    Extra Glasses
    Multi-Tool
    Wipes
    Compass
    Power Pack
    Lightning Cord
    Bar of Soap
    Wall Wart
    Baby Wipes
    Folding stroller
    3 Hot wheels

    With water and everything packed in/on, comes out to 40-41lbs.

    Figure until I get the kid, I can always put the bag in the stroller and push it along.

    May switch the pistol for Canik TP9SFx with 4 mags. Need to find a good conceal carry holster for it.

    I am sure I have made alot of common mistakes, but the bag carries well. try to get on tread mill at least once a week and do 3 miles with it.

    Bring the fire. I know it is coming.
    Good job with the GHB young fella!

    Now do something much much more important please!

    Encourage and allow your dear wife to stop working outside the home and become a stay at home mom, take your sweet child out of daycare and raise your own children. Do not allow others who don't and can't love that child like you and your wife do.

    Do this for your family and I'll call you a Man.

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    How about a fold up bicycle and kid carrier on the back??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Good job with the GHB young fella!

    Now do something much much more important please!

    Encourage and allow your dear wife to stop working outside the home and become a stay at home mom, take your sweet child out of daycare and raise your own children. Do not allow others who don't and can't love that child like you and your wife do.

    Do this for your family and I'll call you a Man.
    ^^^ What he said!!! ^^^
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    A folding stroller.......... and an axe. Seems to be a weird dichotomy of items.

    A stroller would be useless in a rural environment, and an axe kind of useless in an urban one.
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    Thankfully my only son is 40 years old now, . . . got a bald patch in the back of his head, . . . seriously receeding hair line (2 things he does not want to discuss), . . . so thankfully I don't have the chore the OP has in that regard.

    But I am often up to 60 miles from home, . . .

    GHB is always in the Jeep, . . . wherever I go, . . . need to get it out and recheck every thing.

    Thanks dbaartman, . . . you reminded me to do something that needs doing. I try to review it every 6 months, . . . JIC something has changed, . . . and I have to make sure which ammo is in the thing. A year ago my EDC was a 9mm, . . . I moved back to .45, . . . not sure if I did the ammo change.

    May God bless,
    Dwight
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    Thanks for the feedback. Go ahead and replace "allow" with "Force while kicking and screaming" and that would be a more accurate reflection of reality.

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    Dwight,
    Just from curiosity, why did you switch from 9 to 45?

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    Quikclot impregnated gauze (amazon) and a few Israeli battle dressings. I'm probably going to be harping on a good blow out kit for some time to come. Bills are rolling in and they are worth every penny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbaartman View Post
    Thanks for the feedback. Go ahead and replace "allow" with "Force while kicking and screaming" and that would be a more accurate reflection of reality.
    Interesting.

    Obvious next question...Then Why Have Children?

    There are lots of reasons "we" are where "we" are. A married man and woman who have children only to allow the socialist state to raise them, is certainly not good for perpetuating Freedom and Liberty.
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