Hi all, I did a quick search to see if there was any threads like this but did not find any. I'll start off as this, My ruck sack is an amazon basics rucksack i think it is 65 litres and i plan to attach two 20 litre dry bags one on each side since i can attach the dry bags on this rucksack as well as attaching 4, 2 litre dry bags on the rucksack as well. I must admit i am not the best person to getting for instance a sleeping bag to compress to it's smallest size which is why i need the extra storage from the dry bags. With the extra storage i would use these items below. Water and food storage as well as tea and coffee and milk below for 1 week. For storage i will use this below. Water below. build life 3.8 litres this is for plain water which will last me up to 2 days from full to empty and or if i can't find any water source while camping, the size of this 3.8 litre water holder/storage is 15.6 cm wide and 28.5 cm high and this will be attached to the bottom of my rucksack where a closed foam cell camping mat would go on you see. To be used with the 3.8 litre build life bottom when i need to top up with water i will use a -MSR-MiniWorks-EX water filter, the reason why i picked this is because you can pump the water into the 3.8 litre water bottle. So yea that is my drinking storage and supply. Also for tea or coffee i would use Dairy-Pride-Skimmed-Longlife milk 2 litres of that in fact for 1 week supply. I also plan to use 2 of these which are Unisex Outdoor Traveller Bottle 1 litre, so i can store 1 litre of milk because it is convenient to store it like that and also for cooking water, cooking water well i have not got to the food section but i will need water to cook my ration packs you see, so instead of using water in the 3.8 litre water bottle i will simply re use the water from the 1 litre bottle using a funnel transferring the water used to cook the ration pack back into the 1 litre bottle and when i need to re use it i would put that water back into the cooking pot and re use it over and over again while not touching my 3.8 litre water storage so to speak. Yea i almost forgot this but for the milk and cooking water where i will re use over and over will be two of these > https://www.amazon.co.uk/Unisex-Out...uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl Stove and pots and pans and mug, kettle and stove and gas canisters. I plan to use Coleman-Fyrelite-Start-Backpacking-Silver with Coleman-Performance-Cartridge-Resealable-Canister so the reason why i am going with this is because the gas is amongst the cheapest to buy so i went with this over stoves that heat water to boiling like the Jetboil-Flash where is has among the fastest boil time. I will be using a camping kettle for boiling water, and camping sauce pan which is 6 cm high and 11.5 cm wide i will cook my ration pack in hot water using the sauce pan and i hope the ration pack would fit anyways i will go on about the ration pack below. Also i would pack 2 cole man gas canisters in case i run out of gas. Okay now onto the food ration packs. I will be using evaq8 or ration x ration packs because they are good value and the cheapest i could find. Boil in the bag, and eat out of the ration pack which saves the need to clean your cooking gear so yeah, convenient. This is the ration pack i would use > https://evaq8.co.uk/day-ration-food-pack-m-1.html comes with breakfast and dinner with dessert and for lunch well the snacks in this pack will be the lunch i would have heh. I would be using a Summit-300ml-Stainless-Steel-Mug for the cup or whatever cup i would use. Tent I will be using the Coleman-Coastline-Outdoor-Tunnel because of tent price space and pitches outer fly first then attaching the inner to the fly. Sleeping bag. Pack size is important to me so anything below 20x20cm pack size and has to be at least - 5 comfort going down to - 10 or - 12 lower comfort limit. So the bag is the alp kit pipedream-400 so i will be using that. Sleeping Mat. I will be using the Klymit-Insulated-Camping-Sleeping-Flip-Valve 2019 . Other items, Toliet roll x 2, Towel, Medication, That is about it and yeah i have 2 x 20 litre dry bags and 4, 2 litre dry bags and 65 litres of internal backspace space. As well as the straps to attach the dry bags on as well as the 3.8litre water bottle. So yea i would store my clean clothes in one 2 litre dry bag and dirty cloths in the other 2 litre dry bag. Also storing 2 1 litre water bottles in one 2 litre dry bag as well. I don't need a base layer etc as i will be using my normal non camping clothes so to speak and hope that makes sense because to stay warm and dry i will use my jacket which will do the job as well a water proof beanie hat and water proof over trousers and water proof shoes. Dan.