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So I assembled the following bear bag system that I've been using very successfully over the past 2 years. It has 5 components: a ultralight stuff sack capable of holding 4-5 days of food, 40 feet of reflective guy line, a mesh throw sack, a mini-biner, and an OPSACK. All in, it weighs 4.0 oz, just 1 oz more than Backpackinglight's Ursalite system, but it is higher capacity and far more sturdy.

So I assembled the following bear bag system that I've been using very successfully over the past 2 years. It has 5 components: a ultralight stuff sack capable of holding 4-5 days of food, 40 feet of reflective guy line, a mesh throw sack, a mini-biner, and an OPSACK. All in, it weighs 4.0 oz, just 1 oz more than Backpackinglight's Ursalite system, but it is higher capacity and far more sturdy.

Critter proof (made with steel mesh)

Critter proof (made with steel mesh)

So... this guy sells plans to build this awesome tear drop camper for under $500.  Unfortunately, the kids and hubby won't fit.  I plan on building one in my lifetime, slapping a road bike to the top, and riding HWY 101!

So... this guy sells plans to build this awesome tear drop camper for under $500. Unfortunately, the kids and hubby won't fit. I plan on building one in my lifetime, slapping a road bike to the top, and riding HWY 101!

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