Small pack for day hikes

Hey Guys here is a daypack I have been using for a while:

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This daypack is for the large greenbelts and city parks in and around Austin Texas. These large parks are technically in the city limits and there are a lot of people who might freak out if they see someone with a military style bag.
I also use this as my work GHB as i can keep it in my office with me without drawing attention to it, i take it in every monday and bring it home every friday and leave it locked in a file cabinet at my desk that way i always have something around just in case. Of course this really only has to get me to my car where there is a larger get home bag but who knows i might not be able to make it to the car. The bag is intended for a one use item and none of the items are for long term survival its just in case i get stuck out in the woods overnight.  The great thing is the whole pack weighs in at about 5 lbs so you forget your carrying it.  That does not include water weight. 

See the contents after the break

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Here is my Gear list:

cheap poncho from walmart,
headlamp
small first aid kit
bug spray
work gloves
tube of cotton balls with petroleum jelly, tube has fishing line and two fishing hooks wrapped in electrical tape
fire steel 
iodine bottle
LED flashlight
signal mirror 
mora companion knife 
altoids tin with water purification tablets 
altoids tin fire kit with lighter, magnesium rod, jute twine and dryer lent
150 feet of bank line
knife sharpener with small diamond rod 
emergency blanket
ultra light tarp
tube of cotton balls
whistle/compas/magnifying lens 
aquamaira filter
razor blade
cheap 1 dollar knife from walmart
platypus 32 oz water bottle 
monocular

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