daysack

daysack

(ˈdeɪˌsæk)
n
a small bag carried on the back for items that will be required in the course of a day out
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He also donated all of his lifesaving kit, including his helmet which has bits of shrapnel lodged into it and his extensively damaged daysack.
He had deliberately fallen back on to the grenade and his daysack and helmet were wrecked.
As we strolled along, I considered many things, primarily when would be the best moment to reveal that the top of the flask of refreshing tea I had 'carefully' put in my daysack, had magically come undone.
As I lumber towards the tent door, with my Bergen on my back, my black kitbag in one hand and my daysack in the other, my mate Garry John dives up from his cot to give me one last pat on the shoulder.
The LittleLife Doodle Daysack RRP: pounds 20, is available in Cotswold Outdoor stores nationwide and at www.
com HELP young explorers get in touch with their artistic side with the LittleLife Doodle Daysack, pounds 19.
It was only when we got back to base that I checked my daysack and it was clear that the round had gone through that as well.
To celebrate the launch of the expedition, the Army is giving you the chance to win a pounds 400 two-man Vango Storm 3000-plus tent plus four runners up will each receive an army daysack worth pounds 15.
A round hit my right shoulder and shredded the strap on my daysack.
But for someone labelled 'donkey' by a climbing partner 20 years ago because of my insistence on taking every possible item on an expedition, the prospect of squeezing what I needed for three weeks into a daysack was appalling.