QRP Go pack. Again.

It’s a constant theme on this blog – the frequent updates of my QRP go Pack. Well I’ve reached a point where I think I’m happy with the current configuration. My pack differs to many I’ve seen on YouTube. I include more than just the radio equipment. I also include some basic tools and items that make for a comfortable set up when I’m out portable.  The ability to make a wind break, or even a shelter and also to be able to have a warm drink means that in actual fact I can stay out portable for quite some considerable time.

Have a look at my latest configuration of my pack. This I have decided is the autumn winter configuration. I have already started thinking about what I would remove and add for a summertime set up.

Dan Trudgian, MØTGN, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Wiltshire, England. He's a radio nut, IT guru, general good guy and an all round good egg. Contact him him here.

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