yes this is my normal gear list. For insect repellent, I have an eyedropper bottle (like you can buy at Target or Walmart by the checkout) filled with 100% DEET. To apply it I just drop a couple drops on my arms or legs and rub it all over. This enables me to go longer with this small amount of DEET. I might buy a mosquito headnet because it drives my crazy when bugs are trying to get into my eyes! For the soap, I also have an eyedropper bottle filled with Dr. Bronner's, which is highly concentrated so I don't need very much. All I really need to use it for is washing my socks, use it as toothpaste/shampoo and to wash my hands after applying DEET (I don't have to wash my cookpot cause all I use it for is boiling water). My Minor wounds kit consists of 2 insect sting relief wipes, 2 Antiseptic towelettes, 3 Band-Aids, 2 Butterfly Bandages, 4 Motrin IB tablets, small square of Moleskin and some Triple Antibiotic ointment (I also carry a bandanna that can be used for first-aid). What emergency poncho do you have? I was thinking about purchasing a wind shirt for a warm piece of clothing.
The Nike Running Soxks are great. They are very lightweight, thin, comfortable, quick-drying and very breathable. I use them for hiking, mountain biking, running, etc.
I forgot to put add another LED light to my list above. I have one red LED light that I will carry with the white LED light.
Here in Arkansas, when a surprise storm comes up, it does get quite chilly but it never really drops below 70 degrees, so there is really no need for extra layers in the summer. When fall comes however, I will need an extra insulating layer as the temperature will drop during the night.
I also love to mountain bike with friends. There are many great mountain biking trails here in Arkansas. If you are ever going through, stop at Daisy State Park or Devil's Den State Park. Both have great trails that are for the experienced mountain biker. (see www.adventurestateparks.com)