We all like a little show and tell, and we all like looking at other folks loadout's to see how they differ, and what ideas we can add. So what is in your Geobag? My current GeoBag is a Fieldline Tactical daypack. On the side with the waterbottle holder we have a standard 32oz Nalgene, and underneath it is a Stainless Steel GSI cup, Mora Clipper is hooked into the PALS webbing, and a braid of 50ft of 550 cord. On the other side, is a radio pouch, as sometimes I like to take my HAM radio HT with me, and a first aid kit. Inside we have, a BCUSA SAR M.E.S.T. with line kit, stakes, and a heatsheet in it's pouch, a heavy duty emergency blanket, 2 hanks of 550 cord, approx 15-20ft each, a hunk of fatwood, firesteel, emergency whistle, and shavings in a bison tube, Orange bandanna, headlamp, and flashlight, notebook, pen, and compass, GPS, camera, spare batteries, tick kit, with some spare meds, bag o' swag, Ohio county map (working on a 88 county cache challenge), hand sanitizer, and finally a bag of snacks. All together, the loadout works well so far, not too heavy, and covers most situations. Still adding and revising as I go. Maps are usually added as I go, since the areas I cache in change each time.