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URL icon « on: April 08, 2007, 10:42:43 AM »

I finally found this on my old hard drive and have begun to update it. You can use this as a  quote starting point. quote

Now without further audieu  Sunshine Sunshine Sunshine

Jerry's RunaMuck packing list:

Tickets - wallet - cash
Ez ups with spikes
Tent
Ground cloth
Nylon twine
Sleeping Bag
Therma rests
Pillows
condoms
Flashlight/head lamps
Walkie Talkies
camera
batteries
cell phone w xtra battery
bluetooth headset
charging cable
Quarters (for showers)
comfy shoes and sandals
lotsa socks
Clothes - long sleeved t shirts
skirt - tie die for rumballs
Big straw hat
heavy jacket and fleece
sunscreen/sunglasses
reading glasses
rain suit
water bottles
day pack
duck call
croquet set

wagon

shaving kit
bath towel
lotion
lip balm
toothbrush
hair brush
comb
foot slave

folding table
cutting boards
2 burner coleman stove
white gas
unleaded gas (back up for truck/stove)
bar towels
waffle irons
bellman
coffee grinder
spray on corn oil
sourdough starter
weber
mesquite charcoal
jumiper for smoking
firestarter chimney
roll-up  table
small skillet
saucepan
paper plates
festival cups
metal cups
silverware
spatula
knife bag
dishpan
dr bronners soap
tin foil, and zip lock, and garbage bags
compost, recycle, and garbage buckets
cubitaners for water
hot water maker
propane tanks
stainless sink
5 gallon buckets for gray water

festival chairs
camp chairs
tarpage

food ice chest
oyster ice chest
round gott coooler
co2 bottle
beer kit
Beer

Lanterns
Small propane bottles
Mantles
Matches


minidisk recorder
stereo mic
headphones
big battery
solar panel with regulator
inverter
extension cord
blank mini discs
mic stand
gaffers tape
electrical tape
cables
small flashlight
cable adapters

hammer
rope
string
screwdriver
needle nose
vise grips
channel locks
wire cutter
felcos
swiss army knife
matte knife
wax
tennis balls
gaffers tape
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URL icon « Reply #1 on: April 08, 2007, 10:48:34 AM »

Tennis balls and condoms????
Sounds like a festival!!!

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URL icon « Reply #2 on: April 08, 2007, 10:54:54 AM »

tennis balls filled with sand and attached to a line make great weights for throwing guy lines into the trees. Condoms make great water balloons when full of water. Wink Wink

Get your mind out of the gutter LOL LOL LOL

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URL icon « Reply #3 on: April 08, 2007, 11:25:38 AM »

I have these brilliant plastic sheets called KwicKan that would pack well and be great for the larger camps.

http://www.kwickan.com/index.htm

FYI - You can juggle tennis balls but I've never seen anyone juggle condoms - well .....

PS. When is GLAD going to make blue trashcan bags for recycling?

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URL icon « Reply #4 on: April 09, 2007, 12:50:39 PM »

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Did you ever find that box of bunjee cords LOL LOL LOL We miht need in June Wink

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They're at my house. Rollin
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URL icon « Reply #6 on: April 09, 2007, 01:16:46 PM »

dang hippie, you're pretty much set... but you seemed to have left off rubber sheets and gerbils....

 LOL LOL LOL


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URL icon « Reply #7 on: April 09, 2007, 01:48:48 PM »

thanks for the help! i'll need it when I begin packing my one hiking pack......this should be interesting . . . I'll be known as "that girl from Maine" who thought she could pack everything she needed into one bag. i'm sure it's not the only thing they'll be saying about me though...so i'm ready for it!
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URL icon « Reply #8 on: April 09, 2007, 03:26:40 PM »

So Jerry... it seems that aside from tennis balls, and condoms your list also contains an entry for 'foot slave"...
does REI sell those?  Or do I have to go to eBay?



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URL icon « Reply #9 on: April 09, 2007, 03:39:23 PM »

thanks for the help! i'll need it when I begin packing my one hiking pack......this should be interesting . . . I'll be known as "that girl from Maine" who thought she could pack everything she needed into one bag. i'm sure it's not the only thing they'll be saying about me though...so i'm ready for it!
if you bring nothing else, be sure you bring clothes for all possible weather scenarios! the weather is fickle at 10,000' in the Rockies, especially in June. Driving

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URL icon « Reply #10 on: April 09, 2007, 03:50:02 PM »

will most definately keep that in mind . . . my sis lives in the middle of the woods in a cabin in maine, no running water,no electricity, the works! She'll be providing me with lots of warm stuff! thanks
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foot slave was actually a simple typo in 2002 when I typed this list up. Then I actually brought one a couple of years ago. Oh my goodness, it was wonderful having a beautiful woman servicing my feet every morning while having coffee. Can't beat it  Flower Flower Flower

It comes with one simple caveat: Better be willing to give as more than you receive  Wink

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foot slave was actually a simple typo in 2002 when I typed this list up. Then I actually brought one a couple of years ago. Oh my goodness, it was wonderful having a beautiful woman servicing my feet every morning while having coffee. Can't beat it  Flower Flower Flower

It comes with one simple caveat: Better be willing to give as more than you receive  Wink

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I remember the typo!!  I think I commented on it back in 2002... isn't that how we became friends? 

BTW... 'tis ALWAYS better to give more than you receive! 

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URL icon « Reply #13 on: April 09, 2007, 11:10:57 PM »

We should have foot slaves at the bachelorette party.

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URL icon « Reply #14 on: April 10, 2007, 12:11:32 PM »

We should have foot slaves at the bachelorette party.

NOW you are talking!!  Tell me more!!   Evil

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