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#1 Posted : Friday, December 29, 2006 9:47:50 PM(UTC)
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Hello
My friends and I (all military) doing the path segments. Did one thing so far and the beginning of a track Amud stream.
Next week we're going to continue her eight-day period.

Basically, we're miles, good mattress area and most of the things required.

But do you all should get to do the trail in the rain? Anyone have any tips or advice for a trip like that?

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Ofer.
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#2 Posted : Saturday, December 30, 2006 12:32:52 AM(UTC)
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Trip/Trek in the rain is possible.

But if I didn't have the right equipment, it can become a pleasant experience. ...

You need to divide your supplies two main parts:

1. the walk itself, the so-called "dressed for cold climate" based on the principle of evaporation sweat, heating and sealing of rain. This stuff isn't cheap, and if he is good, or as a complete system, efficiency is lowered.  The equipment (that you carry) itself should be protected from water (best case coverage, etc) that this unpleasant experience miles wet. Of course we're talking about rain, some worse, but still has a minimum of level.

2. the next stage of the journey, accommodation, again regardless of the cold and rain conditions: tent protected from rain, well adapted to the k temperature. Extra warm clothing (preferably be easy.)

It is also, of course all the usual equipment the food etc. ....

Total possible relatively little but you carry more equipment and therefore it was heavier and more expensive.

Maybe (I wish) and met on the trail in about a month.

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#3 Posted : Saturday, December 30, 2006 12:54:38 PM(UTC)
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Walking poles to prevent slipping in the mud.

Backpack rain cover.

Plaid jacket storm baseball hat thin stiff to prevent rain water leak into the eyes and face.

Tent waterproof and quality that will prevent the entry of water at night. Note how setting up the tent, not a topographical outlet.

Nylon feet on foot to put in front of the tent not to get mud, lay on her shoes.

I personally don't want to walk in the rain, what's the fun? All muddy, foggy, wet soil, landscapes, Malachi iirthao trail just putting you home because ... And just cold and disgusting.

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#4 Posted : Saturday, December 30, 2006 6:26:27 PM(UTC)
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Also I think a trip to experience rain pretty dubious.
Maybe you should skip to the South to escape the rain?

Of course lie very still in the Negev night need warm gear but the chances of rain are much lower.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, December 31, 2006 12:49:13 AM(UTC)
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I strengthen my predecessor. Got to go one day in the rainy river bottom page (direct North). From the intersection page. Most annoying is the mud stuck to my shoe. Between Tower entrance to stream every five minutes and stand 2 kg shoes mud. As I'm not going South to sleep outdoors in the Negev that season, a dubious pleasure in this source, at least for me.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, December 31, 2006 4:25:34 AM(UTC)
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Don't know about you, but I did two weeks ago on the Tamar field and a week ago I was kind of in the Judean desert. Although carried the tent on my back, and I went with a thin brass sections (Mount cockscomb!!! Forgive me all "travel light ...) But for a long time I haven't slept so well, and believe me I had bed rest at home. No, in all weather. (Just a little bit more on my back)

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