Sleeping bag (REI Travel Down) and bivy sack (REI Minimalist). Blue sleeping pad, orange dry sack.
Beat up running shoes, hood of big green poncho with tarp tieouts, one liter waterbottles, backpack (REI Flash 18).
Trail clothes: running shirt, cargo shorts for trail, adventure undies. Running shorts for camp.
Warm clothes: windbreaker, long underwear, heavy socks, hat. Light socks for trail.
Food: dehydrated meal, beef jerky, energy bars First aid, book.
Cooking: pot, alcohol stove, wind screen, triangular pot stand (sits on stove), lighter, spoon, bandana, sponge (not needed). Hygiene: soap, towel, toothbrush, toothpaste. Wallet: phone, key, ID, map, cash, emergency medical and contact info.
Miscellaneous stuff: head light, cord, sharpie, tent stakes, water tablets (chlorine dioxide), safety pin, glue, tape, matches fire starters, disinfectant wipe.
Pocket items: monocular telescope, pocket knife, emergency whistle (Coghlan's) with matches, fire starter, compass, mirror.
Hygiene and cooking items fit nicely inside cooking pot.
Miscellaneous stuff fits in ditty sack.
Almost forgot my hat! Keeps sweat, rain, and branches off my glasses and sun off of, ahem, vulnerable areas.
Pad, sleeping bag, clothes, and first aid go inside dry bag.
Leaving a little room on top for food and miscellaneous stuff.
Remaining items attach to outside.
Everything else goes on me, or in my pockets.
Total weight, including food and water, just under 14 pounds.
The gear in action.