Anyone else here ever spent the extra money to have weatherproof stationary in the outoors? Generally I always carry a note pad and some type of reliable pen or mechanical pencil in my pack when hunting, camping, and when traveling in general. Just one of those things I always have found useful to have with me. In this day of fancy electronic gizmos I still like knowing that when electronic malfunctions happen, or when batteries die, or when the network crashes I still have a reliable foolproof way of retrieving information or writing down important info.
The small composition note pad I usually have in my daypack got wet last summer, really wet and soaked. After a couple days it had literally disintigrated into mush. In it I keep valuable info written down - coordinates of hotspots and honey holes, notes on an area, directions I've trailblazed, phone numbers to state patrol dispatch, DOW regional offices, ranger districts, etc.
Been seeing these weatherproof note pad kits lately at many sporting goods store and figure I'd get one. Let you guys know how it turns out.