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#1 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 5:30:19 PM(UTC)
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Hello there:)

I'd love to hear opinions from experts have already done this for or others who think differently about equipment.

I plan to go to Israel in early June (perhaps even at the end of May). It's the only time I had until I enlisted (in September starts, continues to study י'ד). I plan to do a month + a week (depending on how you go)

Some of the ideas from this site equipment really helps. And part of what I think.

I would be happy if taiizzo me what must-take what you don't want, what to add, download ... And more ...

Equipment in the Israel National Trail (INT) (some items are downloaded, depending on the need)

General:

Backpack 80 liters or less.

Glamour vest as drivers

The km easy

Lightweight tent

Shoes (special mountain)

Easy sandal (sandal Crocs or simple)

5 זוגות גרביים(+-)

2 long walking pants

1 Shorts for walking

5 תחתונים(+-)

Hot brass t-shirt night

3,2 חולצות T

Sun Hat

Tuque

Full-finger gloves to warm the hands at night.

Sunglasses (to give)

Pocket knife

Compass

Watch

Matches and lighter

Gallon long thin wire

Emergency whistle

Head torch + Sapphire batteries

Plastic bags for trash.

Much useful SOAP 2, 3 washing, bathing, laundry

A toothbrush and some ointment

Highly reflective strips for sewing on the back casing

A small mirror to signal detection, facial wounds (maybe not needed)

Rubber bands

Electrical tape

Wet wipes

Digital camera (inside 4 batteries GP 2500 )

4 batteries GP 2300+ מטען

Film camera + 2 extra batteries Li-ion

Small tripod (1/2 m)

First aid:

Mosquito cream

Foot care cream

Suntan lotion

The cream rub

An ointment for cracked lips

Massage cream gut infections

Iodine

Band-AIDS

Elastic bandage for sprains

Cutting nails

Needle and sewing thread

Medications for headaches, dizziness

Tweezers

Ointment for sores

For cooking:

+ Gas burner spare hotel

Small demitasse

Small saucepan

Plastic cutlery (multi-purpose)

Cup

Heat-resistant Palm tree

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#2 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 7:28:44 PM(UTC)
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Ways to save weight:

Rule number one in tours: your case is full no matter what. Take one smaller (65 liters) like that compress into less ...

Hiking pants break eliminates the need for short pants. (And if they are they will be rubber easily)

Head lamps (if not to) work dozens of times, when you see that its output drops, buy batteries no point carrying around beforehand.

Why digital and film too! (Unless it's a professional camera, so I understand.)

Knife-if it's Thurman or completely unnecessary-freins, just respect. Take a small knife and just ...

Plastic tool-food you can eat from the pot, bowls and plates saving you.

In a small saucepan to make tea/coffee don't have Finjan.

Wooden spoon?

You can smell a little bit more, make a little more reason, and some clothes.

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#3 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 7:35:25 PM(UTC)
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Hey

Not noted, but I'm going to take another case, not a 65% of litre capacity but something smaller.

Hiking pants, thought about it, but I'm trying to save money as much as possible (have to buy shoes, tent, shcsh and other stuff that I don't have).

Every moment for digital photo and film that I wanted to shoot long exposure of stars at night. The desert scenery is gorgeous and amazing amount of stars (because almost no light)

Bowler because it also has a knife, even Dan openers also tell carnations and flare. It doesn't bother me.

About plastic utensils. Right, think about it.

I'd love to hear other opinions.

Thank you

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#4 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 8:17:36 PM(UTC)
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I wrote my comments in red

[QUOTE = David]

I plan to go to Israel in early June (perhaps even at the end of May). It's the only time I had until I enlisted (in September starts, continues to study י'ד). I plan to do a month + a week (depending on how you go) your time too fast is 40 days and add a stop one day each week.

Some of the ideas from this site equipment really helps. And part of what I think.

I would be happy if taiizzo me what must-take what you don't want, what to add, download ... And more ...

Equipment in the Israel National Trail (INT) (some items are downloaded, depending on the need)

General:

Backpack 80 liters or less. 70 liters is sufficient if you take 80 litre fill 80 is heavy.

Glamour vest like the drivers ?

The km easy

Lightweight tent If you go in summer.

Shoes (special mountain)

Easy sandal (sandal Crocs or simple) I took the simplest sandal which was just west of the conditioning and leg in water (3171)

5 pairs of socks (+-) too 4 take enough powder and this weekend will wash.

2 long pants hiking one of sufficient.

1 Shorts for walking If you take has a zipper over the knee and can take off the bottom of the pant leg pants too short not needed I went all the way only with long and short pants is not needed in my opinion.

5 (+) 4 enough wash.

Hot brass t-shirt night Brass enough.

3, 2 shirts T shirts long enough 2 keep in mind that the Sun will burn your hands if you don't defend them I took only long-sleeved shirts, this is a great shield against the Sun.

Sun Hat

Tuque In the summer especially enough to put on the hat, and it protects against "the cold at night.

Full-finger gloves to warm the hands at night. There is no use.

Sunglasses (to give) An essential item, don't give up!

Pocket knife Useful, but fairly heavy if you take something entirely unprofessional.

Compass Great item, it's hard to get lost, especially if you have maps for a few extra grams I think anyway about maps if so take tea takes the relevant sections (paper and put in plastic) it saves a lot of weight.

Watch

Matches and lighter

Gallon long thin wire What is a gallon?

Emergency whistle

Head torch + Sapphire batteries

Plastic bags for trash.

Much useful SOAP 2, 3 washing, bathing, laundry Take one along the way.

A toothbrush and some ointment

Highly reflective strips for sewing on the back casing So that's good.

A small mirror to signal detection, facial wounds (possibly shouldn't) have a plastic weighing nearly full, I took.

Rubber bands ???

Electrical tape ???

Wet wipes

Digital camera (inside 4 batteries GP 2500 )

4 batteries GP 2300+ מטען

Film camera + 2 batteries lithium added think about the weight of both cameras : Alternative is to take a standard camera and to put all images on disk when you open I don't know if it saves weight, should take more positive and see the difference of weight every 10 g.

Small tripod (1/2 m) The righteous soul. the tripod weighs.

First aid:

Mosquito cream

Foot care cream

Suntan lotion

The cream rub Boxer prevent itching to a minimum.

An ointment for cracked lips

Massage cream gut infections

Iodine

Band-AIDS

Elastic bandage for sprains

Cutting nails

Needle and sewing thread

Medications for headaches, dizziness

Tweezers

Ointment for sores

For cooking:

+ Gas burner spare hotel

Small demitasse

Small saucepan

Plastic cutlery (utilitarian) already commented.

Cup

Heat-resistant Palm tree

hope I helped
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#5 Posted : Saturday, March 3, 2007 10:10:18 PM(UTC)
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A lot:) Thank you.

About tent-I'd rather go with a tent. Insects, while sleep so put your equipment inside that I didn't wake up and find out who stole everything.

Start from the end, the tripod doesn't weigh much at all, and is quite unnecessary (I'm talking about the little notebook)

Rubber bands and isolerbnd in cases of maintenance of some kind (I don't think it takes up a lot of space)

Regarding clothing, I took notes. About my pants, I prefer to take the other one just opened and be brief.

The rest are taken into account.

Thanks Debra)

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#6 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 2:15:57 AM(UTC)
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Most importantly: we report all consider water and food.

Particularly large effects: tent, backpack, mattress only.

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#7 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 2:28:27 AM(UTC)
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Look number one "must" list should allow, do not take "the bmboua way
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#8 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 6:06:03 AM(UTC)
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[QUOTE = Yagil] look number one "must" list should allow, do not take "the bmboua way

I don't recall any number.

I looked at זמי1 's list within the cluster. About equipment.

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#9 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 4:32:47 PM(UTC)
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Choose between glamorous striped vest reflectors, both the same objective-to identify you when you walk in the dark near the road.
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#10 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 9:52:34 PM(UTC)
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David, there's a cluster at the top of the page, with the title "think-going on for the upcoming season. Download the file in it and read the introduction. There are the lists I mentioned.

About glamour vest I'd take reflectors alone, simple reason: If you put a bag on his back, not enough sweat with the ephod, but Robo won't look behind that cover case. Much more effectively put some reflectors on the back case and straps from the front, and peace for Israel.
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#11 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 10:03:59 PM(UTC)
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This vest recommendation of Adam Stevens who suggested ל"הלביש him on the case.
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#12 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 10:42:19 PM(UTC)
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Why go at night? It's dangerous!
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#13 Posted : Sunday, March 4, 2007 11:03:42 PM(UTC)
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There are many situations that need you to recognize you in the dark even if you don't go for the night.
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#14 Posted : Monday, March 5, 2007 12:27:03 AM(UTC)
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Ah. The case is another story.
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#15 Posted : Monday, March 5, 2007 3:46:15 AM(UTC)
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Thank you 15.

George probably will tell you what or later decided to take.

Some items not necessary downloaded from the f.

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