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    I do a lot like DetailMan. I have plastic containers that I store stuff. Quilts, bags; Cooking,fire, water bottles/nalgene; hammocks/tents/tarps; backpacks/stuff sacks; I have one large stuffsack that has cordage; I have on bin for cast iron/saws/axe; clothes; misc.(knives,biners, fig9s, compasses,ditchkits,bug juice,sunscreeen,etc.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin1999 View Post
    i... but i will keep my backpack in my closet or by my bed
    This proves he's not married!
    The road to success is always under construction.
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    I have clear plastic totes from Wally World stacked up, with masking tape labels on them. Shelter, stoves, clothing, etc, etc. Very commonly used items like raingear, FAK, etc go in the Go Bag tote.

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    I too have my bins separted by general items - hammocks, stoves, pots etc - all with the items listed on the front for easy access. I use the shelf/drawer systems for all the other items.
    The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering. - St. Augustine

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    is this really that addicting is this really what i'm looking forward to i'm i really going to have to build a garage what to do what to do got to love it though!!!

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