Thanks to HF, I've been blessed with an accretion of "stuff" (I can't even write the word, w/o thinking of George Carlin:D)...webbing, Amsteel, 'biners, Figure 9s, etc.
One ziploc bag became two, then three, and so on. I had my eye on one of those groovy canvas totes that Uncle LL Bean offers, but I have no children to sell, so I resorted to an old book bag.
Then today, in the WM checkout line, I had a Urethra! moment when I spied those reusable blue shopping bags. $.50. Perfect.
It doesn't have the cachet of the LLB model, but then, neither do I.:laugh:
Lmao at the "Urethra"! <-- Mildly NSFW
"Stuff" by George Carlin so describes myself & my family. :D
I have to say you must be a beginner collecting hammock stuff :lol: my "extra" stuff doesn't fit in a 30" x 24" x 24" crate. SO, you should likely get a larger storage thingy, because the illness only gets worse as it progresses, IE; the more you get, the more you will want. :scared:
Now, where did I put my check book? :confused:
Home Depot 5 gallon buckets are where my stuff gets stashed. $3 each.
At least he was not
Originally Posted by acercanto
A Sphincter! moment is something else, entirely.:D
Originally Posted by LosUno
My stuff is on a 18x36 4-tier shelf and it's not enough space, and that's not including my fabric/ insulation stash. Thatís is a 30gal tote and itís now overflowing since my recent Insultex purchase. :laugh: :D
Og, it will soon become a room of stuff, then a garage of stuff. Gotta have stuff.
Oh, I have stuff, believe me. A barn, a garage, and a boat/tractor shed overfloweth.
Originally Posted by gargoyle
The hammock stuff is but a small part of it. My rigging bag is just a way of taking some of it along on my misadventures.:cool:
I use several Rubbermaid plastic bins. One has the gear that I really use...the others hold the stuff that I bought and can't understand why.