Alright, just to finish out my camping/go gear. Here is my extended stay bag. As in not an overnight bag.
This bag started out as a generic Field-line I used it a few years then started looking for another bag. But I found it difficult to find an affordable bag with all the things that I liked about this one.
So what's a girl to do? I copied the things I liked best about the packs that I liked and modified this pack to incorporate them.
One thing that I like most about this bag is that it separates into 2, a day bag and a hip pack. The space between the two, when they are assembled, is a convenient space for flat item such as maps.
Please take the time and let me know what you think, any suggestions are welcome.;
Stored food is not shown nor discussed in the instructable.
The cool thing about the older style Feildline bags is that they came with the Buddy-lok system which is great for being able to pull accessory bags off the pack without unlacing everything.