If the minds of living beings are impure, their land is also impure, but if their minds are pure, so is their land. There are not two lands, pure or impure in themselves. The difference lies solely in the good or evil of our minds.
"Now and then we had a hope that if we lived and were good, God would permit us to be pirates." -Mark Twain
"There is an art, or rather, a knack to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." -Douglas Adams
Currently it's a tie between my folding saw (silky saw big boy 2000) and my camp chair... but my camp chair is 4 lbs so I recently got a mountainsmith sling back chair that weighs 5 ounces... usually lightweight is expensive but this is $20. We will see how it works later this week. I'm sure it's not as comfortable as my bigger chair but I wanted something with back support
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I'm a sucker for multitools, so I'm going to vote for a leatherman
I personally wield a Surge for everyday work stuff. I don't use it as a primary tool, but moreso just something handy to have when you're at the top of a ladder and realize you need to tighten/loosen/cut something
the saw on it is shockingly decent on wood, and I've very carefully baton'd wood with it when I was desperate or wanted to impress a buddy
You all beat me to it... I was going to suggest the pocket bellows as well!
...and someone suggested Darn Tough socks too.
In that case, maybe a solar phone/device charger. There's plenty out there on Amazon and they come in handy while backpacking.
First, this thread needs to get locked ASAP. It's like one-click gone wild.
I should just post my Amazon wishlist but I'll narrow it down to one for the moment.
An Olight S1
Super compact, lightweight flashlight or headlamp (with the accessory headband).
Available in 500 or 900 lumens, standard or rechargeable CR123 battery type. Even USB rechargeable option available.
So much lighter than an Armtek or Zebralight but more than bright enough for everything you need.
Have sherpas, will travel...
Triangles, it's all about the triangles.
Snow Peak Lite Max stove
I'm a hot sleeper with cold feet. Heat Holder socks when I am in my hammock are a joy. Buy the longer $20 ones vs. the $17 ones, you will be glad you did.
Welp, evrgrn crash sack arrived and I'll be living in it for the rest of forever thanks. New favorite!