Living Out of My Survival KIT 😩BOK TESTING

Living Out of My Survival KIT 😩BOK TESTING

How about a new mountain adventure with a loaner “dogness?” Don’t be fooled, this ain’t Allie. She’s my fun companion as we head up into remote areas for a 2 day adventure testing and living out of my Bug Out Kit (BOK). It’s a complete system of food, shelter, tools, clothing, lighting, cooking, sleeping, FAK, and more.
The change will be we put to the test the notion of using a GAME CART ( to haul the gear up. You’ll see this approach to hauling a complete survival kit over terrain probably for the first time in the world. The cart is the “GoCart Model also listed a Costway Model OP2976.”
Lots of narration ensues on the hikes in and I’ll draw some conclusions of this conveyance as it tackles rocks, creeks, and carrying about 80 lbs of gear. Sadie is a fun, welcome companion but you’ll see she’s not quite a mountain dogness and does not possess Allie’s fitness and training levels (lots of work to achieve). Camp will set up as night falls and the temp drops in this Part 1; Part 2 should be shorter.

GoCart Model also listed a Costway Model OP2976:
Similar, only buy ones with solid tires:
Also excellent, recommended for most terrains, UpCart LIFT six wheeled foldable hand truck:

Nutnfancy Bug Out Kits Pt 1: Principles of BOK:
Nutnfancy Bug Out Kits Pt 2: Best Container!:
Nutnfancy Bug Out Kits Pt 3: CONTENTS, WEAPONS:

BEST way to roll your BOK over rough terrain, “Up Cart Lift” (see in use in Part 3):
High Sierra wheeled duffles with backpack straps:
High Sierra AT-3 32″ wheeled duffle with backpack straps:
Katadyn Hiker Microfilter (highly rec’d, only $45):
MSR MiniWorks EX Microfilter (shown, 2K capacity):
Olight S2 lights, note the correctly placed hat clip!:
“SwitchGrip 30582” Dual Action Plier (shown, rec’d!):
$6 Reflective Vest (shown):
3M Respirator Masks (shown, put in non crushable container):
$16 Tactical Eye Protective Glasses w 3 interchangeable lenses (shown):
Nalgene collapsible wide mouth canteen:
Seattle Sports brand “Pocket Bucket” (awesome, shown):
Pocket Binoculars, affordable ones:
Nikon “Sportstar” binos:
Sun hats (see my video too):
Mountain House Freeze Dried meals:
MRE meal sets, my fave BOK food, usually good to eat and fast:
CutleryShoppe orange knives:
Ultralight backpacking stoves, for cartridges, shown:

Inflatable air mattress, can be used for flotation too!:
Lightweight cooksets; get a single alum or titanium pot:
SOL brand 2 person emergency blanket:
Timex Ironman watches:
Casio 10 year battery watch, AE1000W-2AV, xlnt!: $11
Ontario Spec Plus SP43:
Spyderco Endura 4, still a best knife for everything:
Mora Knives:
2 Person backpacking tent for $99, great quality for the price:
Kelty Gunnison tent, still the best:
Soap sheets, best way to wash hands!:
Energizer Lithium Batteries:
EMERGENCY RADIOS I love and in my BOKs, just added, Retekess V117 AM/FM/Shortwave:
0º Down sleeping bag that’s awesome:
20º Down sleeping bag:
Streamlight 2AA flashlight (serves as a backup, use w only lithium batts as discussed):

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