The total thing with about 4 days food and 50 some oz of water came in at 33 lbs. It felt pretty good. If I can start the trail at 33 lbs, I will be happy. I'm not a gram weenie, but lighter is always better. Since I'm a "big" guy, I'm no where near 25% of my fatness.
Here is how it looks all in its bag...
Next is the Electronics bag. I keep other things in there, but this is where I keep the phone, iPod, chargers and their cables and my hat lamp and some batteries.
Here are my rain gear. A jacket to mostly rear around camp when I'm doing things and a poncho which can also help protect the pack a little. I just flip it up over it.
All rolled up.
Here is my Big Agnes Fish Hawk 30 degree bad and a Thermarest pad that fits into a pocket in the bag's bottom. I am really liking this bag.
This first picture is without the Super Shelter pad.
And with the pad...
Some things that go in different places in the pack
Part of a drum liner, a pack towel, a Anti Gravity Gear pillow and ear plugs.
Aqua Mira, TP - aka Mountain Money, AWOL's Guide pages,
Compass, fire starter, lighter, mini multi-tool and hand sanitizer.
Here it is all packed up in its Sea to Summit bag.
The kitchen will be simple. I use a Cat Alcohol stove. One pot, cup Spork, knife, a Cozie,
Funnel for pre-filtering dirty water, a wind screen, a cut off margarine
container for a bowl, some spices and a scrub pad.
Hygiene Kit. The usual... Dr Bronners soap, tooth paste and brush, contact & glasses stuff and a mirror.
33lbs was better than I was expecting, and not too bad for me.