Today SUV Carry (Philippines)

This picture was taken at 6:16am (PHT) and I was in a hurry to catch my ride.  I will retake the photo under better conditions at a later time.  I travel light – no bag.  The person I was traveling with tool collection is unbelievable therefore it would be pathetic of me to even attempt to show up with a tool.  I had actually carried three knives today so in the updated photo – I will correct that.  We stop and got some food and water.

If you have not figure out by now – we are not in the U.S.A. this month.

SUV Pocket Carry in the Philipines

What you don’t see is steel water bottle, cargo pants, watch, prepaid Globe phone and transition glasses.

The list:

Handkerchief

Camera case

  • Front pocket: Mini first-aid kid, Alcohol pad, and a bic lighter
  • Main pocket: Kodak Play Sport

Charmin Tissue

2 Wet Ones

Wallet modify for international travel Filipino Pesos

Miswaak

StingEze Itch Relief

Strip Down version of Key Chain

  • Flash light, Bottle opener, USB flash drive

Two Knives

  •  Generic throwing knife
  •  One of the twin custom-made knives – made 2 days ago by friend here in the Philippines.

Red Cotton Cloth

For the record: I can not recommend the purchase of StingEze Itch Relief simply because it does not work. That is just my wife and my opinion. It might work for you but we are coming back to Calamine lotion.

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  1. It is in point of fact a great and useful piece of info. I am satisfied that you just shared this useful information with us. Please keep us informed like this. Thanks for sharing.

  2. I was asked about where is my survival tin in the photo? You are correct there is no survival tin in the photo because I carried a EDC backpack with the major “Cs” of survival in it every time I left the house. Many, many people laugh but that was okay. I felt safe and secure.

    I gave the EDC backpack to a friend before departing back home but I kept some stuff that I could not get here in the USA at an affordable price like I got there.

    I tried to post videos of my bags and tins (yes tins) but discovered that later that I have to upgrade my account with WP. I can assure you that is not going to happen.

    I will be moving into another media soon that I can post my videos and have full control of my material. So until than I will just keep posting photos.

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