Add on a few other electronics: a GoPro to capture the fun, a solar charger to keep everything topped up, a basket full of A- and C- batteries, and a motorcycle battery to power the GPS on the overnight watch... Never mind the snake-bite kit (!), hypothermia kit, first aid kits, cooking kit, sleep system, dry-bags for clothes, and the rest of the expedition gear needed for the adventure.
Johnson brand stock might have gone up based on the volume of Ziploc bags we bought. Bags for flashlights, for food, for electronics, for anything and everything. There's even a jumbo-sized Ziploc that easily gulps up the fluffiest of sleeping bags.
Jeff's cousin Robin steered us toward NiteRider lights. Waterproof, stout, powerful, and designed for use in active sports (night surfing anyone?) these are super cool:
And the solar panel will re-charge them. May everything else we purchase in the next few months be half as nifty!
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