A combination of both stupid heavy and stupid light, but I have to admit a lot of times it was stupid fun.
Backpack - US army ALICE pack, sans metal frame (this thing was hell on my shoulders and lower back, but got it for free from my army dad)
Sleeping bag - Gigantic synthetic 80's rectangle, bought at 2nd hand store, strapped to top of backpack. I continued to use this damn thing even after a big hole was melted into the bottom of it when a log rolled off a campfire and onto me while I was asleep. I wake up and my two drunk friends were laughing at me as I look down and I am on fire.
Sleeping mat - none
Ground cover - none
Shelter - none (50%) or hardware store plastic tarp on top of a debris hut or stick lean-to, and on occasion wake up from pouring rain while cowboy sleeping and just pack up everything and hike back to car in misery, then sleep in car.
Bottle of cheap bourbon/rum, multi use gear--also FAK when combined with toilet paper
Full roll of toilet paper
3 cans of pork and beans, bag of beef jerky, 3 candy bars
Cotton long underwear as sleep clothing
Lumberjack type wool socks
Clothing worn - Punk t-shirt, wool beanie, leather motorcycle jacket (hand-me-down from big brother), jeans, combat boots (paratrooper "Jump" boots were my fav). I still have the leather jacket (never wear it anymore, just a relic of youth), actually, and had to get up and weight it for the fun of it--LOL 2250g!
Multi-tool - helpful as can grabber after warming up cans of beans next to campfire.
Stainless steel ice tea spoon, which I still have as my "lucky spoon" in my urban backpack to eat lunch at university
Swiss army knife AND Cheapo fixed blade I bought at a truck stop
Hand axe, also bought at truck stop together with fixed blade as a package deal (20 bucks total I think)
One full gallon of spring water (50%), even when camping RIGHT NEXT TO LAKES, or 3 cans of soda. I would always force other people to carry beer and then trade swigs of my hard spirits for a few beers.
If it rained, I got wet. Cuz screw rain gear and umbrellas, Native Americans never needed them, so neither do I, dude.