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#1 Posted : Thursday, December 7, 2006 7:59:48 PM(UTC)
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TARPTENT RainShadow 2 tent).

2) olteraliit granite and created pod.

3) 1.3 liter pot titanium

4) Pepsi oaleit

5) titanium're letting her in.

6 Titanium tent stakes)

7) sleeping bag NorthFace Blaze 3D 7

8) brass plug

9) brass t-shirt

10) 2 thin shorts and lighter

11) walk one t-shirt

12) 2 pairs of socks

13) running shoes

14) hats

15) two walking sticks of Leckie

That's all I have right now.

More things were taken into account.

Bill numbers compared to a PDA with GPS.

Tool for water (bottled Coke versus Platypus)

Must Aqua purification, although thinking about quality great Purifier.

Sleeping pad-I guess I'm going to go for the RigeRest who served me in aplatim.

Forgot something?

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#2 Posted : Thursday, December 7, 2006 8:04:37 PM(UTC)
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Incidentally, inaccurate calculation shows me going at less than five pounds.

The goal is no more than 8 pounds.

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#3 Posted : Thursday, December 7, 2006 8:34:55 PM(UTC)
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What you take rain?  Keep in mind that unlike apalch the rain is cold and it usually comes with a strong wind, which easily can cause hypothermia.  I recommend for rain and wind shirt of breathing like progtogs or something similar.  I have really good experience of him in Colorado.

Additionally, MITTENS.  It does not add that much weight, and in some situations it is critical (you really don't want to lose the feeling in hands).   I use these brass used as gloves (sometimes you need to use your fingers). They are very inexpensive (bought before few weeks at Wal-Mart for $ 9.00 and I got a little older they weathered but I'd love to give you if you want).

Your sleeping bag to minus 20 Celsius?  It's kind of OVERKILL unless you sleep very cold, especially since it's synthetic sleeping bag. I'd prefer to get some of this excess weight toward clothes that you can wear. For example, a ski mask from brass shouldn't cost a lot or add a lot of weight.

In total, your equipment can keep you warm all the way through.  But don't underestimate how cold it could be Southern California if it rains. I disregarded this section at the time, because I did it right after I did the apalch trail in winter. I never got hypothermia every winter on the apalch, but I got to hypothermia (or very close to hypothermia) twice in the first three weeks on the PCT.   Talking or not, you're still at a height of almost two kilometers and wind that can reach 50 km/h in rain storm. Rain may not happen every year, but it's not that rare.

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#4 Posted : Thursday, December 7, 2006 8:45:01 PM(UTC)
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-Fix the bag is 20 prnihiit it comes out 7 c.

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#5 Posted : Thursday, December 7, 2006 9:07:21 PM(UTC)
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The Perugia togs (only the top) I bought another traveler on the apalch trail in Virginia. For two months the guy that maybe coat once or twice and he was obviously dead weight on apalch. I bought it from him, then thought I might have it in Colorado and at first pretty bummed that I never got to use it.  Then the weather in Colorado has changed and it started to rain all day above the tree line in Colorado, which ensure even wind.  Suddenly dead weight for a togs prog became the favorite item. This thing is durable against wind in standard (is not blowin' in the wind like a poncho or rain coats are thin). In addition is a little breathing so I didn't wet underneath.  The combination of kapilon shirt, micro fleece and Perugia togs became ensemble cond. most strong storms also left me surprisingly dry.

I'm pretty sure that if I were the Prog togs PCT in the desert, was suffering from hypothermia.

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#6 Posted : Sunday, December 10, 2006 4:05:49 AM(UTC)
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Hi Amir,

We are pleased that the gentle physical stress can activate you bore fruit.

1. the frog togs Ronnie recommend are great!! That's what we used (and seen in the encounter) and you can buy them at KICK OFF.

2. brass gloves is recommended (relevant sections) and the sections I also recommend thermal CAP-I-slept and that 90% of the heat evaporating from the head is the least protected from sack.

3. any socks-I'd recommend 3 pairs. (1 bedroom).

4. with Platypus 1.6 (and other bottles or more outputs for the desert) in drinking water with a straw will save you-won't be so thirsty you end up liters.

Liko

And adds two small things that can be found only in Israel are notebook/Notepad. Believe it or not but huge networks didn't find links such as simple as there is in the country. Everything was just with cardboard covers or a thousand pages. You should obtain in advance in abstraction page 40/16. They pulled out pages. (Addresses and phone numbers of angels are a necessary item path.

And secondly a antbiotit named tzintomitin 5% is small tube of ointment you don't find her size in the United States of America. And when the blisters (the first shlpachity) omlattz to handle them with cream.

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#7 Posted : Wednesday, December 13, 2006 12:38:31 PM(UTC)
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You can get more details on what model prog togs and what better weight and where can I get
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#8 Posted : Saturday, December 16, 2006 8:04:13 PM(UTC)
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Liko and large tank.

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