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#201 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 1:26:24 PM(UTC)
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Good. If everyone did it, there's no reason I can't stand it.

Which I didn't understand what you were trying to write.

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#202 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 6:50:25 PM(UTC)
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Hi Assaf,

So first of all congratulations on Finish again PCT. I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed. It's just that Bill.
I started pretty slow and TUOLMNE MEADOWS began to increase the pace. Would another course.
I am very happy to read and not skip past the Sierra. Many people give up and jump and blah blah blah and I sometimes have a hard head and I go through things no matter what. I'm glad to see you're keeping. Rae had just toured with all mighty. I hope not too many storms in the kidnapping. The winter started early this year.

I thought there was a misunderstanding about the water so clear

About cooking.
I saw the JETBOIL. This cute thing! Definitely worth seeing. Personally I'm sticking with my Stube but I agree about the JETBOIL. It looks good and efficient.

And an answer to which yarkoni (???)

I was able to understand the question and the answer is that a pod + shcsh + ultra light tent they really didn't pass the 4 pounds. I'm too lazy to put my equipment list with weights because I don't find so old when I finally do it.
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#203 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 7:10:55 PM(UTC)
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Wow, you managed to figure out what he wanted?

Read some stories of people's way, impressed some of what others have done, where we recommend what they liked and what less snow, more rain, where mosquitoes or bears, and a story the way of someone who was 6.5 months.

Anyway, I played today with Craig's PCT Planner with more days of rest and focus on recommended places I have currently close to 30 days for the track-make sense? The daily average of 32.5 miles per day and a total 5.4 months.

What kind of bother me with all the planning, is that the site registers how long it takes to get from one supply point to another, but not looking at every day. And if access should be to sleep as much as possible in these communities, even if it means stopping early or want to stock up and keep moving. And it is a good idea to add every purchase resting point (less than 1)

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#204 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 7:33:15 PM(UTC)
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I think it's Heather, the longest ever at PCT.

This nice stories. I don't read at all because I wanted to go into the unknown. And indeed, a few spots in Southern California, I had no idea and half for along the PCT. Also I don't really have the patience to plan this route for months. He's lucky lPCT can almost without planning.

You can put here your show from the site of CRAIG and be able to express an opinion. 30 days? If that's what you want, then fine. What is reasonable? Each what he wants. I had 8 days stoppage of the PCT only 4 of them were planned. I took another 10-12 half-days. Whom it is much better than a complete stop. I wouldn't plan the stoppage.

How did the average day of 32.5 miles???? Even if you add 30 days so you go the PCT in 111 days. Four months. Best to put contemporary program.

About whether to sleep in these communities. There's a recipe for how to walk a long path. There are people who are looking for towns and constipation. Some people just come in to stock up and fly away (that's me) and those in the middle.
That's why I think you just get going and see what you want from a town trail and yourselves.
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#205 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:30:41 PM(UTC)
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Read 3 skimming through stories Actually it was more in the style of first and last page-they all have a summary with recommendations on what they liked more or less, what they'd do differently, etc.

I don't like to meet the description of places that come to mind, but I feel confident at what I do, where can I buy food, where there is water, what time limits, weather limitations.

32.5 miles wrote. I mean 32.5 km per day. I will then get the message.

About the first days of rest did a program with about 15 days of rest, and after some correspondences in American forums put it. However it has been decided in the field by our situation.

I personally prefer not to sleep too, but as communities food and food it seemed more worthwhile.

I can't find how to export the design of the track I made.

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#206 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:33:24 PM(UTC)
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#207 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 8:55:18 PM(UTC)
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UM ... Maybe the program send me email or something. PRINT SCREEN?
Anyway, planned a meeting that Ma told him Forum so you can come over and sure there will be people who can consult with them about PCT.

There is nothing wrong with making other things. Just show it's not a crossover design. I personally like to keep things a little prison.

Everything works out in the end.
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#208 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 9:48:52 PM(UTC)
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An example of design:

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#209 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 10:32:31 PM(UTC)
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Okay this through planning and pretty much put all the towns that exist in the repository. There are some places that have nothing and got food packages if you intend to get there. I think the discussion about the program transferred to. This program not Daria. And hitch a ride 20 miles to Greece to take 20 miles "carrying" food. Anyway we plan.
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#210 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 10:46:48 PM(UTC)
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Oh, was I supposed to download list cities I didn't get it.

I thought you just enter the city and move on.

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#211 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 11:03:29 PM(UTC)
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Also possible

The plan is for you. It is better to lower your eyes to see what was happening.
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#212 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 11:18:19 PM(UTC)
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Definitely created here rshorflatt interesting.

Daniella-180 posts in less than two weeks--some active.
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#213 Posted : Tuesday, September 28, 2010 11:21:14 PM(UTC)
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Ounching Nick! he ...

There's a long way until the Ma, persistence of years whom I don't think look.

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#214 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 12:05:20 PM(UTC)
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Something seemed odd-table columns of them thinking.. But it's probably just some mistake in any function name. Doesn't matter. Or it's supposed to be something else (meters per day not even appropriate)
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#215 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 12:09:04 PM(UTC)
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A question for the experienced PCT,

If a backpack went?

As told in the beginning, all preparations to PCT I plan to change my backpack, TNF because Crestone is heavy.

Although apparently I buy it, I began to be interested in a bit to understand what kind of bag I have.

How many liters do you need? You see there is no system of references back to save weight-I don't like the idea of light so that it seems to me that after the water case, how?

Does anyone have a good idea?

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#216 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 12:27:52 PM(UTC)
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I went with granite gear vapor model name was flash.
Http://www.granitegearstore.com/Vapor-Flash-P155.aspx
52 liter's case I think don't need bigger. Can't say I loved it on the other hand don't hate him. The thing that I needed I've seen in other cases he external pockets like network e.g. to ULA.
Case without back system I see some. Usually the mattress inside a cylindrical shape so that it will be a set back. Choose a bag that he had travelled with stitched himself weighed slightly less than 300 grams, but there was a waist belt and the weight fell on my shoulders.
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#217 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 12:34:15 PM(UTC)
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I've used at ULA OHM. I also saw some guys who stitched bag according to Ray Jardin. Many saw the GORILA of gossmir.
And when I think about it I saw was for bikers with a gargling. I think I respect.
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#218 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 1:19:58 PM(UTC)
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Some notes on planning ahead, feels experimental planning ahead doesn't work, very quickly realize there's another c ur water affect the rate hiking pace of miles per day or days, between people who meet and form relationships through-contacted at formulating all decisions on patrol rate affected what they decide alone or jointly, forbid inappropriate equipment Occasional pain, bladder, fresh delays, all these things influence a few miles a day, when you stop to rest for the day and what to do at the time, there were very few people when stopping in the middle of the day and even for lunch started, most of us eat food I like others realized well worth gold, was also feeling in my stomach and feel like I ate a sandwich, it is both pleasurable and Half a loaf, sliced bread, not to get compressed volume, yellow cheese, ham, some peanut butter, a little honey or jam and it was great.

The plan eventually is day, wake up in the morning and decide where to go on the same day depending on the circumstances, if you walk with someone else the decision is already shared, and some times I decided not to stop at the same place, before or after depending on how it feels at the end of the day.

Morning coffee with sandeef always, GORP way, energy bars, jerky, BEEFJERKY before rising energy snack like Snickers request available. P.m. arrive to the first parking-water from a nearby water source for cooking and night for the next day, then wear sandals, put a pot of water for heating, tenting, camping gear, wear warm toward the West, in the meantime the water boiling-boiling in 4-Pepsi Stube 5 minutes to half neliter, I put the food packet Lipton bag and in it I added peanuts, Chet hf a: cheese or sausage, mashed potato flakes to it all. Spicy sauce and simmer until ready 6-8 minutes.

Ali carried a pint of alcohol enough for four days alone, Pepsi, Stube to put underneath, a disposable aluminum pan, saucepan, heat-resistant plastic cup, spoon and fork, the pot put on the tent pegs hold it above the Pepsi or a piece of mesh Playpens.

The whole time on plenty of time--unless the called out of darkness and the night reached Marlin right for dark, it is not recommended because it is not much fun at all, need at least an hour before dark.

All the pleasure he can organize, relax, talk with the people that after I will be talking with him.

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#219 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 1:38:47 PM(UTC)
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Do not pack or buy when you got there?
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#220 Posted : Wednesday, September 29, 2010 1:44:36 PM(UTC)
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The ULA available online anyway. Do not buy it in stores.
I asked him before I came to USA
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