I took a vacation to clear the webs out, and when I returned, I still had 3 days of no work. That is when I get in trouble.
I made some moves and horse trades and started the process of making a major purchase.
I've long had the idea of using a small, easily towable camper as a bug out rig. I went shopping today to see what was what and how much this project is going to set me back. I didn't have the guts to pull the trigger and drop some cash on a camper but I'm getting closer.
The thought of having a vehicle pre loaded and ready to go where ever gives me a special feeling inside. Shooting schools, sporting clay events, upland hunts or whatever; Just hook the little ole SUV up and head out.
No more crappy hotels in inconvenient locations for the out of the way trips I like to take.
It also can serve as my mobile long term home should the sky fall or zombies over run my house. I still intend on using my rubber bin approach to bug out, but it will have to be modified a little.
I've narrowed things down a little, and I'm trying to keep the set up as light and compact as possible, yet still allowing it to be self contained. Its a fun and interesting process. I'm open to any advice from experienced campers, as this is a first for me.