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  1. #11
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    very cool. wish i could be so ultralite. i just like "stuff"

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    Senior Member Floridahanger's Avatar
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    Nice video and easily packed bag. Now I would like to see the 2 smaller bags to see how you organized so nicely. Just getting new ideas. Thanks again for the video.
    Enjoy and have fun with your family, before they have fun without you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floridahanger View Post
    Nice video and easily packed bag. Now I would like to see the 2 smaller bags to see how you organized so nicely. Just getting new ideas. Thanks again for the video.

    Love Fleet Foxes.

    TY for taking the time to make the vid.

  4. #14
    Senior Member RedBeardHanger's Avatar
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    Nicely done! I have a different pack and just starting out but you gave me some good ideas to pack my bag... tyvm

  5. #15
    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Took a peek at your pack....very neat. So, do you always keep your hammock suspension separate from the hammock?
    Good looking Blackrock hat.
    Shug
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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    Senior Member gargoyle's Avatar
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    whoop dutch!
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    I'd like to see a full layout of your gear ROOK. Food, clothes, quilts, etc.
    What temps are you capable of hanging/hiking in?
    Ambulo tua ambulo.

  7. #17
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    I can't wait for my EXO to arrive!
    Bat
    Beginning my NOBO trip on the AT on 2/28/12.

  8. #18
    Senior Member R00K's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raul Perez View Post
    Very neat packing style!

    40+ views and I'm the first one to comment? For Shame!
    Thanks Raul!

    Quote Originally Posted by BLUEFIN 774 View Post
    Hey Rook,

    That is a very well laid out setup for the pack you have. It gave me a few new ideas. I'm still changing the way I pack my gear as my gear keeps changing. Everything is getting smalle,r lighter and much better. UThe Sawyer Squeeze is a great little water filter. The hip pocket is a perfect place to store it.

    Thanks for sharing this video.
    Glad it gave you a few ideas, the brainstorming session that is Hammockforums.net is a great thing. As for the Squeeze, seemed like the only place that it made much sense to keep it, other than in the side pocket with the water bladder, where I was worried it might slip out. Thanks for watching!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    Very clean system. Makes me want to pick up on of those Exo's. I especially like what you pack your hip pockets. What's the base weight of this non- load out?

    So what's up for the next video...Winter loadout?

    Thanks again,

    S.
    Current base-weight: 5.7lbs - usually ends up around 6lbs when I stick a last minute item (or two) in there .

    Quote Originally Posted by hang10 View Post
    very cool. wish i could be so ultralite. i just like "stuff"
    I also like 'stuff'! Ultralight and otherwise!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Took a peek at your pack....very neat. So, do you always keep your hammock suspension separate from the hammock?
    Good looking Blackrock hat.
    Shug
    Thanks for watching Shug, and yes, I always keep the straps separate (the whoopies stay attached) since I'd need to disconnect the whoopies from the Dutch Buckle to wrap the strap around the tree - I find keeping them in the hip belt pocket with my tarp suspension lets me set-up that much quicker when I make camp. Also - couldn't resist the chance to show off the new BlackRock, I had no idea the "BlackRock Family" was so big but it seems bigger than the Black Bird flock!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bat View Post
    I can't wait for my EXO to arrive!
    Glad you pulled the trigger - it's such a gem!

    Quote Originally Posted by DraicKin View Post
    Nice organization.

    I thought it was America singing until the credits.
    Quote Originally Posted by spaceweaseal View Post
    Nice
    I actually like the music..
    Quote Originally Posted by two isles View Post
    Love Fleet Foxes.

    TY for taking the time to make the vid.
    I love Fleet Foxes, if you haven't yet - pick up one of their albums!

    Quote Originally Posted by Floridahanger View Post
    Nice video and easily packed bag. Now I would like to see the 2 smaller bags to see how you organized so nicely. Just getting new ideas. Thanks again for the video.
    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    I'd like to see a full layout of your gear ROOK. Food, clothes, quilts, etc.
    What temps are you capable of hanging/hiking in?
    Another video will make it's way up showing a better break down of my summer/winter gear lists. I'll work on it over the next few weeks - I have some cold weather layering items coming in I'd like to include so I'll have to wait on those.

    This video is of what I'd pack for a trip above 40* - and for "Winter" right now I'm only gonna be good down to *20.

    Around another 3lbs would be added to go down to 0* - in the form of a pod-style insulation addition.

    Quote Originally Posted by lazy river road View Post
    Awesome insight into your pack ROOK. Thanks for sharing ROOK.
    Quote Originally Posted by Drifter D View Post
    Great looking pack. Thanks for the video review!
    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowAlpha View Post
    Thx for a peek into your pack.
    Quote Originally Posted by JTXR View Post
    Good video, I also like you other videos as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by RedBeardWrangler View Post
    Nicely done! I have a different pack and just starting out but you gave me some good ideas to pack my bag... tyvm
    Thanks for watching guys! I appreciate it!
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    Well organized, well thought out, nicely done. Thanks for sharing.

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    Not sure what I liked better, the video or the music. Very well thought out...Keep up the good work.

    I find it interesting you keep you guy's detached...do you find it easier to set up the tarp that way?


    Looks like you have "stock" in dutch gear...what is the yearly pay-out dividend on that
    I miss my 4.8Lb base weight as a ground dweller...But I sure DON'T MISS the ground.

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