Hunting, fishing, shooting, bird dogs and back country travel.
Please keep the lap top. I like looking at these pictures!
I understand about the cell phone. I'd think twice about the laptop, though. If nothing else, consider giving it to someone who doesn't have a computer and wants one. Unless, of course, you weren't meaning literally.
No I will keep the laptop. Have to of course in this age. Besides the laptop reduces the number of trips to town I have to make. Dan
Dan,I find that a good cell phone is a very valuable tool in the bush. You can call for help if anything were to happen. Mostly I use mine as a gps and compass. It has the best scale topo maps for Canada, satellite images, a decent camera, ballistics calculator, route tracking, waypoints, and tons of other useful tools for the hunter. I have a model that you can swap the battery in, I got 2 extra batteries on ebay for $20 and can go for days without a recharge. Grant
I may have to join your revolution -
Grant,a phone is a good tool in the bush!. An axe is, a knife is, a pot is. A compass is, mine is a Silva ranger about 35 years old. A GPS is a crutch. I have one but seldom use it. The only electronics I use in the woods is a collar for my dogs and that is because I just am too fond of them to loose them. The dogs I mean. No I hate electronics in the woods and am starting to hate them outside of the woods as well. We are too connected to the wrong places nowadays and are not connected enough to the things tthat are importantregardsDan