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meiroo  
#1 Posted : Friday, May 25, 2007 6:17:01 AM(UTC)
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I want to start for beginning probably also (at least what I see in the meantime) and I would love to hear suggestions and beautiful ideas and equipment information. Thanks in advance ...

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#2 Posted : Friday, May 25, 2007 2:30:29 PM(UTC)
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The best idea I can give you is don't start for Tammuz.

Very hot and enjoy.

But maybe (eight times, perhaps ...) If you go every morning from sunrise to 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. to sunset-that is, about six hours a day.

Always remember that one of the primary purposes for walk is the petition to ngermat slow gait assessment and learning and internalizing nature into your body.

For me, it is very difficult to do in the heat of July and August.

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#3 Posted : Friday, May 25, 2007 5:50:27 PM(UTC)
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My dear brother.

Finished for a couple of days ago, one of the last few days caught in the area to prevent heat, 42 degrees. When the aahazr of the rocks at lunch. Even at recess was so hot that hazano than walking, we decided to continue walking 40 minutes in two and a half to the Lake prevent cariss find AC output.

It's kind of fun and kind of a boring lunch hard to sleep and all the water evaporate together with you)

Think summer is almost every day?

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#4 Posted : Sunday, May 27, 2007 3:59:32 AM(UTC)
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Simple search in the Forum will give you some tips you want.
But here's another one:

Will not start for Tammuz, probably not alone. This isn't just uncomfortable, it could be very dangerous, especially if you don't have enough experience in dealing with the heat.
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#5 Posted : Sunday, May 27, 2007 4:22:20 AM(UTC)
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I have experience with heat, but not a long trip as Israel trail. What is the greatest danger, where the main point? I realize that the situation is very complex, but what do you think?

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#6 Posted : Monday, May 28, 2007 1:59:38 AM(UTC)
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The two main heat injuries are dehydration and heat-cult.

A result, less hyperthermia. Need to know both well and identify the signs.

There are some amusing side effects due to excessive massive, like the duplex rub, rashes, skin dehydration and kilophi, etc. If it's not obvious, look for kratiganit melanoma in the medical dictionary.

Besides enjoying the trip. Physically, it can be used to heat and can travel continuously. It just wasn't so much fun.

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#7 Posted : Monday, May 28, 2007 9:52:46 AM(UTC)
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Prophet had sample:
Dated the day of Masada to go to Tiger eye, with her Palm up and drop through Na'ama pool. Had eight litres. Until I got a reduction on left less than a liter. Heat-wave was unexpected, and horror. And when I realized what was happening, I didn't have enough water to get back to Masada. Naturally, no good. I sat down and waited for the car to pass in the path (not a big gamble; on the same date, and after an hour it has been something there, I got a litre and a half, I went to Naama is simple two liters, went to Tiger eye, sat in water for an hour and many lots total ever for the same day as twenty-one miles, and 15 (no accident, 15) litres.
Leave the mistakes I made (not back already in the third kilometer) and the right things I've done (stop before the water and wait in the shade on the way from thought to go out at night, if necessary, take breaks every hour).
Now imagine a hot day like this, when you're in the desert, nowhere near a dirt road and not spring?
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#8 Posted : Sunday, June 3, 2007 11:04:22 AM(UTC)
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Anyway if after all decided to get on the trail begins North and that until you reach South (and I emphasize relative) that and the world completely.
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