Greetings, Over the winter I've made biltong (and got it right on the third batch) and hardtack (got that right the first time). Those gave me the itch for a primitive camping trip. I have a bedroll of 9' x 12' painter's canvas dropcloth plus two extremely nice wool blankets. Question: Where to hang the pot? I can't roll my roll tight enough to fit in a 4L pot. That would be ideal; pot covering the up-end of the roll as carried. I've seen some utubs where an axe is stuck in the end of the bedroll. Socks, etc., get rolled in. Where did bedroll-toting persons carry the rest of their stuff? Fire kit goes on a necklace. Knife goes on a necklace or the belt. Water might be in a leather bottle on a cross-chest strap (but that method depends on having water everywhere, as one might find in a rainy, damp, dismal environment. [Y'all's Scotland or Midlands?] [...and where does one stash one's purification kit for modern reality?]) Recently watched a utub series by a fellow who tried out a great kilt in various configurations. In my neck of the woods, prancing about sky-clad whilst one's great kilt has been re-purposed as one's tent leads to certain civil infractions and a lifetime sexual offender tag. So much for that approach. Carry the bedroll while fully clothed. A surplus "bread bag" is possibly a carrier for the little stuff. Has anyone done this in a primitive mode?