Front derailleur cable stop:
A few weeks ago I bought an Axiom Magellan trunk for the front rack:
I also switched to a different seatpost. It's a Gravity Dropper Descender seatpost - made in beautiful Polson, MT. The seat drops 4" when the release on the post is pulled, then returns to the original height when pulled again. I purchased this a couple years ago and got a lot of use out of it on my full suspension mountain bike. Since I retired that bike I hadn't been using the post. After reading a thread on MTBR about people using these types of posts on fat bikes, I decided to give it a try. It makes sense... getting started again after you stop in deep snow can be difficult, and lowering your seat 4 inches (quickly and easily) can make getting going again much easier. Once you're going, just pull the release and the seat pops back up.
It was clear and cold today, so I took the bike out for a short ride. I went down the creek a bit and stopped by the US Pond Hockey Championships to watch a little hockey...
Last night I mounted the studded tires for the first time since they saw road miles at the end of last winter. They've definitely lost their bite. If the creek ever turns to sheer ice again, I may try put an edge back on 'em with a Dremel or bolt cutter.