Water sandals (currently teva zilch's), a tiny bit too much first aid stuff (see enough trauma in your life and it becomes more real than a "what if") and, going with the water sandals,... too much fishing stuff. Native brookies can be soooo finicky, and I do keep it to a minimum.... by my standards.
"...the wolf shows up. Then the entire flock tries desperately to hide behind one lonely sheepdog."
-LTC D. Grossman
Now carrying the Mini Tattoo Stove!
Light weight. Low prices. Great gear.
Bridge hammock spreader bars. I could probably use my hiking poles but then porch mode would be out of the question.
Ever since getting my down pillow I don't leave home without it. It is so much more comfortable than using clothing, like before.
The other thing that I don't go on a camping trip without is my crystal light fruit punch packs.
My cell phone e-charger. It's a little battery backup that will charge my smartphone via USB hookup. I like to read e-books in the hammock during the evening or when the rain is coming down hard.
Vodka and those little drink pouches from walmart. They make Energy drinks now so I don't have to deal with caffeine withdrawals. The vodka makes a nice adult cool-aid before bed. On a week long canoe trip only lake water gets old.