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ronyboy  
#1 Posted : Sunday, March 11, 2007 12:40:04 AM(UTC)
ronyboy

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Hello
We hope to start the path North of the Passover week (3.03).
Three of us will go the route and I + a baby walk with the car and wait for possible technical points and at the end of the day (with the gear, fire camp, and treats ready).
The logistics because of back problems of 2 participants.
I want to know what is necessary to get on his back during the day.
I made the following list if there are comments:
* Water.
* Dried fruit nuts/fruit/
* Maps and path
* First aid kit
* Mobile phone
* Polar Fleece +-+ their longyi (in case you get and have to go through the night)

Plus-special equipment on which you would recommend for those with back problems? Weight is less important since most of the equipment carry.

Of course, if someone will want to join are invited safe.

Thanks,.

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#2 Posted : Monday, March 12, 2007 10:43:20 PM(UTC)
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Back problems.

Two canes significantly mitigating the strain on your back and legs. And it's a good investment.

Milk instead of fresh fruit. Less weight and better compliance pressures (i.e. splat is false, etc.). The vitamins can wait for. Emergency supplies in case the stick: a sleeping bag? At least I go to sleep. I really don't see North problem they stick (probably not because of his back), unless one of them gets injured, חו"ח. Maps: do you put it in plastic and weighs: nothing. All of the trail really don't need. It also weighs in kilograms. Image relevant pages or simply get out of the book.

ronyboy  
#3 Posted : Monday, March 12, 2007 10:51:50 PM(UTC)
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Thanks for the advice.

Really expensive thing. Going to do some more homework.

I thought sleeping sack Tommy weighs and occupies more volume. So thinking about Felice and stripping, sleep sitting up.  Apparently no back problems who is difficult to comprehend.

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