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leibman2  
#1 Posted : Friday, December 11, 2009 7:16:57 PM(UTC)
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Last week I finished for two months, I have pictures that I want to upload but not taken so it takes probably a week.
I have all sorts of tips and little things that helped me so I thought I'd do a little list here of equipment took and didn't have things Rocky didn't regretting etc
-First aid for blisters: what helped me is wearing the points that always leave there each morning with blisters to koplast and download it. It almost completely prevented the blisters. The shpshfot had a working really well called redskin moraz's not Jesus, but very much help.
An ointment to treat the infected pus bladder called sintomatin really helped me.
For the laundry and make a rough SOAP SOAP tools took a stone, just makes it easier to wash the dishes and do the laundry is very good.
-Take earplugs and regretted it very much, there were many nights with lots of noise around like nature tour circles or reasons families do.
-Poncho didn't take much rain that figured not, maybe it's just my luck but we dropped a lot of rain even in the West we rain down. I had a plastic poncho as a garbage bag, very quickly it ripped I would love that to be real protection from the rain.
-Removed jachnun took and I was very satisfied with the food sticks even Cook on a campfire is easy to clean the pot and the bottom isn't burning as easy as I've seen with most pots should be especially.
I grabbed a MOP Microfiber as a towel and I was very pleased with the quick drying and got nowhere at all.
-A jar of Skippy peanut butter is a great box, I filled it with nonsense and other Daisy brings
-Buckwheat grain is very quick to make and has a very good nutritional value.
-Merle's shoes you bought were very comfortable, the only thing I would change is not going to be where Gore-Tex. Although Gore-Tex should be breathing but was very hot shoe and was taking a long time to dry so I would rather lock not watertight.
-I share the path in like a tent and cooking with my team, eventually a lot of people quit and got stuck with heavy equipment and sent home the tent and just stayed with a big pot and a hotplate, in retrospect I only equipment myself like that you save yourself problems.
Took tent igloo just up north it was resting because of mosquitoes but also mosquito was enough, the tent was no longer really using and sent him home. I had warmer in the tent as opposed to sleep outside was less wind, but to break the wind and avoid the morning dew used Tharp was very easy to establish the Tharp with walking and pegs, peg cannot be stuck in our after-callings my opinion Tharp rock waterproof tent far superior to the path.

If I remember more things I will add that I remember so far
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ironisrael2007  
#2 Posted : Wednesday, December 16, 2009 3:27:20 PM(UTC)
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Here you are

DS to New Zealand and Australian.

What a small world!

We met at campgrounds and yehoram

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leibman2  
#3 Posted : Wednesday, December 16, 2009 11:43:12 PM(UTC)
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Funny:) a small world.
I tell Sam I dash for them.
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