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#1 Posted : Monday, October 6, 2008 12:46:21 AM(UTC)

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Location: Ramat Gan

Well first of all Hello to everyone, I'm new, but you don't have your new.
I go to normal this weekend and plan to leave Friday morning for the Golan Heights. Right now probably only.
I have a tent and a goddess who sell at home.
Which means tent bag too heavy and not warm enough to sleep without a tent.

Someone/Creative Tip solution within budget? '

And also how the weather there? I prepare myself?
(I don't want to carry just storm wear and above)
I'm going to make six day, featured sections? Recommended places to stay?

Many thanks to all, I assure comprehensive documentation.
#2 Posted : Wednesday, October 8, 2008 3:06:35 PM(UTC)

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1. open map and plan your route. Oikishbil has lots of information.

2-liner (sold in cheap marks or similar areas) may help.

3. one of the main reasons for feeling the cold at night is just not a good insulation. You are folding bed, try to produce good insulation. It may suffice.

4. about major, must be online. As far as I remember they talked about rain next week (nationwide). And cold on those heights, I guess I can get 6-7 degrees at night.
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