One overlooked area of trip planning sometimes is storing and transporting our trash on 2+ days expedition or trail type runs where the req is pack it in and pack it out.
Rubicon Trail goes by this. Dusy and Oregon Discovery Trail as well, and and with the current State budget, the state parks like Sinkyone Wilderness Park (Lost Coast) is also pack it in and pack it out. No trash bin in the park. Ranger will tell you that you can get fined for leaving trash.
Came across Dave from Trasharoo "Off Road Spare Tire Trash Bag": http://www.trasharoo.../TRASHAROO.html
For storing and transporting trash... including stinky wag bags. Instead of using standard household plastic trash bag on the back of your Land Rover which is bound to break or storing stink trash bags inside the vehicle, Dave has a great solution called Trasharoo Bags.
I reached out to Dave and asked for a group buy deal for our club; he gladly responded and is offering our club members and friends a group buy.
Instead of paying $49.99 @ Trasharoo site or other retailers: http://www.trasharoo...ROO /Order.html
We have a smoking deal:
20 orders = 39.99 $10.00 off
60 orders = 29.99 $20.00 off (this is a deal if we can get 60 or more NCLR members and friend to join the group by).
Note: plus add tax + ground shipping.
Trasharoo bags fit spare tire size 30"-35" and can hold up to 50 lbs.
Made from quality 900 denier vinyl canvas (can take a beating fromt the sun), and water resistant interior (means no leaky bags).
Can also be used to store wet suit, storing muddy recovery straps/gears, etc...
I like to place the orders by the first week of January (a nice after Christmas present for yourself (smile)). Company is located in S. Cal and we can have Dave ship us all the bags in one order to save on shipping.
Will keep in touch with Dave for future donation to our NCLR raffle. In the meantime, post up if interested and we can get a headcount.
Edited by RON CT110, 28 December 2009 - 03:57 PM.