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#121 Posted : Monday, March 19, 2007 3:16:51 PM(UTC)
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Well, after I really already all set, I have left now to invest some thought if the clothes I was going to take.

What was me aplatim:

3 pairs of good socks (one pair stays with me to this day)

2 shorts (some would say boxers) and super easy (a market).

1 t-shirt that easily synthetic Saen Saeb.

1 fleece pants.

1 fleece shirt.

1 baseball cap that eventually replaced the white cotton shirt that was used as a hat.

What didn't? Gloves and rain gear.

Short shirt, fleece shirt, shorts and socks brass got a haplatim.

I thought that to restore your equipment exactly this means buying 2 pairs of socks, shorts and shirt immediately use a hat.

My questions.

Ronnie, you think, what? my chance to die in eight days (if you have really bad but I won't die so I can add whatever KO).

Should I buy a new brass and brass in arguing that old ones lost their abilities six years later.

My thinking says the worst case got some storm freezes I can always set up the tent, put the dry fleece, and go in and below, which should give me my rating protection at least until some 10 degrees if not more. (How many degrees the fleece clothing add?)

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#122 Posted : Monday, March 19, 2007 8:29:16 PM(UTC)
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An honor to be asked to answer questions the apalch equipment.

I'm sure I've said this, but I repeat myself again.  Don't underestimate the desert section. In the desert, like the desert, extreme temperature differences, especially that it is at an altitude of 4000-6000 feet in the wind in this vulnerable zone contributes a lot of potential for hypothermia, and if you're unlucky, you might also need a few hours of rain fell.

Regarding clothing, I think you're pretty much OK and I would bet that survive in low temperature.

However, I would add MITTENS to equipment, because they're not weighing much and keep hands off the most sensitive to cold. Using less spare socks.   In addition, and this is quite important, you want something durable. Desert and mountain passes in the Sierra windy, and brass (brass weight what?) not weatherproof deck.  The Perugia togs are the perfect solution and I think you'll find them, or something like them at KO.

Brass 6 years lasts exactly like brass, and you don't need to spend.  If not work installation on KO.

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#123 Posted : Monday, March 19, 2007 8:36:42 PM(UTC)
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Oh, just noticed.  Why two pairs of shorts? This is one of the items less dirty and smelly. At the cleaners could put a pair of brass.
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#124 Posted : Monday, March 19, 2007 8:40:54 PM(UTC)
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And oversight. Baseball hat on eyes better. You want something with embroidered against the glow of the Sun (though you're going North) which is also effective against motach rain.  I swear to igionerim Hat-baseball cap with cloth to prevent residue of the neck and ears.

Did I mention you need something for spirit?

(BTW, what type of your bag)

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#125 Posted : Monday, March 19, 2007 9:21:51 PM(UTC)
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Ronnie,

First, I clarify something: the only experience I have with the real source was hiking for 3 days ourgina was 20° f, and this trial relies.

I don't know how thick the fleece, but he's pretty thick, but not a spirit. Again, my experience with aplatim, not needed for protection from the wind when she was cold, too (Whites), I think it could be my walking pace is pretty fast (aplatim he was 2.5 to 3 miles per hour) and therefore my body quite warmed himself.

I seriously doubt if I'm at risk for hypothermia with equipment like I want to take on the only one who can make it in my opinion is go out in the rain at low temperatures, but it's something I intend to avoid him (by setting up the tent).

Like I said before, my attitude in is just not taking everything to Strack first, and if it turns out you need so you can buy.

About gloves I for starters, I understand the discomfort but doesn't sound so critical.

Ditto on the subject. Can't be what I'm going to do is buy something at KO to make for a friend who can send it to me anytime if I have to. (So will I need protection from wind and have no where to buy).

About my pants, with two pairs of worn wash fleece pants and washed both. As mentioned above the pants which are more like boxers and weigh.

About CAP-it has been a matter of personal preference-I liked the shirt, and it also heats up the head.

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#126 Posted : Monday, March 19, 2007 9:22:59 PM(UTC)
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But none really critical is not something I'm missing, right? (For example clothes Super heat overnight or something.)
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#127 Posted : Monday, March 19, 2007 10:13:39 PM(UTC)
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This is exactly the mentality that brought me to hypothermia on the PCT. Twice.  The PCT is far more exposed than hapalch, and apalch, when it rains, it is always cold.

The problem there is far more complicated to buy things (besides what KO) than on the Appalachian Trail. You're not having almost no equipment store, and if you buy by mail, take weeks until

Even if you're lucky, chances are boosinton to a few consecutive days of fog and rain. Revenues per tent this time it really isn't practical because you may run out of food before the storm ends.   At the time I used a disposable Nylon coats (you can buy for a dollar in most of the shops in the USA) and water resistant and surprisingly, and used in a raincoat 911 fine, but after I discovered the Prog togs didn't. You can wait until the KO to buy them, but I wouldn't wait.

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#128 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2007 12:14:17 AM(UTC)
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Ronnie, we're not talking about the same mentality.

All responsibility:

My first origins point to be or on the first day or the next day when I get to Lake Morena.

And I had with inappropriate equipment can lights there.

The second point is about 5-6 days later at KO, should things go bad you can do there.

In addition said clearly if I see things that I might have, but not sure, so I buy them at KO, and then send them to a friend of mine in the United States could at any moment to send them to the PO, of course, another option is less preferable is to put everything in a box that follow (it won't have such a box is due to other things. That would be azbimkra, the solution)

In short, don't confuse a waiver for certain things that seem critical of me throwing & ^ #.

Fun????

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Even if things are not thinking about them, I definitely can obtain them now I would be accessible to PO-a wonderful thing called Next Day Airmail.

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#129 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2007 6:27:37 AM(UTC)
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Next Day Airmail?   You're not just like me.  I mailed on save me negotiation if snails thirty cents.

The fact that your fine equipment and akickaoff is the perfect opportunity to supplement deficiencies, should not prevent me from the satisfaction of giving tips are unnecessary, and on the equipment apalch.

Let's try again:

Amir, I thought at the time that the equipment of the apalch enough to PCT, but today, 15000 km walk later I know better (etc. etc.)

I hope to provide more "Ronni style, you did so more Cannon than I ever could be (etc etc etc. ..)"

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#130 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2007 12:40:23 PM(UTC)
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Those who don't ask don't know.

It is important to ask. The question is what do you do with the answer. I personally like just knowing I have the answer someone else's, but I prefer to wait and find my own answers.

So in short, I know that I see you at KO? And at what date do you start?

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#131 Posted : Tuesday, March 20, 2007 9:23:37 PM(UTC)
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I'll be there, probably on Friday. I guess I will start from that day or on Sunday.
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#132 Posted : Wednesday, March 21, 2007 8:39:57 PM(UTC)
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Amir.  I just got a message that I have the 26th israir flight which destroys all the plans. Probably the sooner the 22 or April flight turned 19.  When do you start?  How do you get to the TRAILHEAD?
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#133 Posted : Thursday, March 22, 2007 1:49:55 AM(UTC)
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Cancelled your flight.

Nice of them.

Don't know yet how Or your friend or by bus.

What I know is that I come from Vegas.

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#134 Posted : Thursday, March 22, 2007 9:33:16 AM(UTC)
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After endless calls to America, I was able to finally organize all over again.  At least ishraiir people say that Greece free flight one way $ as compensation-Fartsy thing I needed to get on the flight not terribly sore.

I ended the week early Thursday--and therefore likely to start for 21 20 come (perhaps a bit later if I happened to meet a friend in San Diego).    I began to inquire about a Warner springs to kickoff and came out.  Apparently you can't get rid of me that easily.

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#135 Posted : Thursday, March 22, 2007 12:05:25 PM(UTC)
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Ronnie, if you start in 21 see no reason not to give you the honor of taking a picture of me at the border.
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#136 Posted : Thursday, March 22, 2007 9:42:08 PM(UTC)
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Wow, I can't believe. What an honor.

Anyway I've just heard from two people who start on 21st morning so likely to meet them. One of these is Werner sfrigs Monty that live happen to Werner sprgers and drive to kickoff, so potential source for a ride.  I am now starting to see with all the people about possible shuttle will kickoff that hordes of people having an akickaoff.

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#137 Posted : Tuesday, March 27, 2007 1:05:23 PM(UTC)
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-Equipment without it moving:

Backpack granite and 500 g irga.

The km-7 LowAlpine weighs 800 grams

The ochlia + pot + alcohol + 're letting her in on weighs 500 grams.

Mattress-250 gr.

-1200 g.

Clothing (fleece and fleece pants, 2 pairs of socks, shorts, progtogs)-approx. 700 g (?)

Additional equipment (2 bags, Aqua-, flashlight)-300 g (?)

Total equipment (without water and food)-about 5 kg.

Optional equipment:

The numbers for (rather than only pages)-a little less than a pound.

Pen and Phoenix-approx. 100 g.

Allowable equipment:

MP3 player 1 GB-60 grams.

Camera-1.7 KB

Fishing equipment-about 300 to 500 grams.

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#138 Posted : Tuesday, March 27, 2007 1:08:02 PM(UTC)
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I went yesterday with a tank and Miko on this list. If you have any comments, I'm more interested to hear.

What I tried to do this weight of necessary equipment as much as possible, allowing me to take the luxury equipment, and, if necessary, replace it to other equipment I need.

In the range of 10 kilos sounds great.

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#139 Posted : Tuesday, March 27, 2007 2:41:46 PM(UTC)
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1.7 kg camera? Video? Movies-

Where first aid? Hiking clothes? A hat? Camp shoes?

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#140 Posted : Tuesday, March 27, 2007 2:47:22 PM(UTC)
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1.7 KB it camera. A spokeswoman for 400 d DSLR camera with two lenses-24-105s 4F and 10-22 of Canon. It tuspif 2 batteries, 3 filters, bag and baggage, and you get a very attractive weight. As I mentioned it. I can always send it to take P & S little girl instead.

-Don't see a need.

Sportswear and noted hat the list within a backpack, of course that would be me walking clothes and hat (of course also canes).

Camp shoes. I just forgot about it. Add some 100 grams to camp shoes.

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