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#141 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 12:46:46 PM(UTC)
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Terrible inaccuracy. Bad maps. Places to stay there. Best scandal.
The liiaaut of the book nicely. But that's about it.
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#142 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 12:52:27 PM(UTC)
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Assaf Eyal, and took things easy. Each prefer things a little different.

I personally don't usually love to read the books they say someone else's experiences have a trail and what he thinks about.

On the other hand, I've seen a lot of reports about the number of Yogi and therefore probably arperf him and try to get vital information without reading. However on the path he is with more weight for me.

About water and trails, check it with this win.

You describe a few snow-it's a walk in the snow, or roadside piles? And speaking of water problems, snow is not an excellent source of relatively good quality water

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#143 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 1:00:25 PM(UTC)
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UM ... I didn't think that we were not easy.
The number of towns with a grain of salt is Yogi because I ran into quite a few recommendations or complete hatchet jobs on her book I discovered just the opposite. That's what you get from a book that is based on people's opinions. Anyway you have the information you need on maps of the Alp from Yale towns.

Discussion of water have been found I think.

This year is considered to be a tough year of snow. Throughout the Sierra went really high snow fields. It slows you down. But if you know how to walk in the snow, then there is no problem. And there were more dramatic and stunning. In the Sierra and in the center of almost every Northern California does not have a water problem. The great snow thaw and mosquitoes!!!

I forgot to tell you that you should take something very nets.
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#144 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 1:31:10 PM(UTC)
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What happens to those who has no experience of walking? Is it possible? Whether walking in the snow is a result of an early arrival to Sierra or all season it was?

Thaw snow good for iitoshim? So what about something for iitoshim? Directions to the shorts on the body or in the style of a word (or both)?

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#145 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 1:37:23 PM(UTC)
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What happens to someone who has no experience with snow that is gaining experience in snow
Of course it is possible. Everything is possible. Most go slower. And, of course, passim.
This year the walk in the snow was inevitable. Were just amounts.
I'm not much for thawing of snow because there will be a serious problem with the snow bridges and crossing rivers.

Mosquitoes love snow thaw. There is water. Then they come in crazy amounts in certain parts. Some people who take a head Word and those who use dit (stinky shorts material on the body) and some open negotiations with swarms in order to reach a peace agreement. Usually this ends with Earwigs terrorist attack. In short ... Worry about something because they can nets be evil.
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#146 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 1:40:25 PM(UTC)
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-Mosquito .write.

About snow, had a slightly different gear preparations for walking in the snow! Is there any way to avoid all the shoe be wet inside What about Bush?

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#147 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 1:47:11 PM(UTC)
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If you mean the crampons and axe so I think I was here for this debate. Anyway it really depends on what's going on in the field and do you know how to use them. I've seen enough people just carry this stuff and don't have a clue what to do with it. A shoe got wet from inside. Going. If there is time off the shoes and trying to dry in the Sun. But in the High Sierra many times just going wet. Again it depends really.
Dressed It is advisable to take some warmer clothing for the High Sierra. I'm good with thermal shirt and coat one DOWN. But I have no sensitivity to cold and really wasn't very cold too, when I crossed the Sierra.
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#148 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 1:51:05 PM(UTC)
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In terms of equipment meant to clothing.

I'm very sensitive to cold. Walking shoes are wet all the time sounds like a nightmare. No solution to it?

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#149 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 1:54:47 PM(UTC)
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UM ... Practitioners-
Don't think you have to take it hard. It's not a sure thing and constant.
Can be messy with wet shoes. This year it was daily. A solution? Not really. If you go with a trail so they dry raners much faster. On the other hand that Traill raners.
I don't know if I'm the person to advise on clothing. I wrote here because clothing is more or less I clothing also Himalayas Usually I'm not cold.

Gloves can help. I think testified there the list of his equipment and also equipment for Sierra. Read through it.

I need to find my equipment list then put it later.
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#150 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 2:15:56 PM(UTC)
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I iacach source clothes anyway a lot, because I really feel, even if it means carrying a little more.

Say, I searched here on the Forum and saw your picture PCT. Is there anything

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#151 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 2:21:33 PM(UTC)
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Http://picasaweb.google.com/seyalwork
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#152 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 10:03:28 PM(UTC)
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Amazing picture!
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#153 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 10:38:39 PM(UTC)
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The trails are awesome.
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#154 Posted : Saturday, September 25, 2010 11:55:40 PM(UTC)
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#155 Posted : Sunday, September 26, 2010 12:57:33 PM(UTC)
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Another question, which is better to take the blowtorch or oalia?

Although the choalia itself weighs a lot less than the blowtorch, but when you add the weight of the bottle of spirit that I think almost the same (depending on how much alcohol you take). Over time, alcohol and bottle is empty and the weight decreases gradually.

In addition to cooking gas burner is much faster.

What's available for purchase? Gas or alcohol?

Is there any consideration of a problem in gas lighting in high places?

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#156 Posted : Sunday, September 26, 2010 2:32:17 PM(UTC)
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The overwhelming majority of the aiikrim on the PCT using Pepsi Stube. A homemade deal post. Easy, good for making instant stuff, not for cooking, requires purchase of fuel through the fuel. The fuel used is called HEET. You can get it almost every hole on the trail. I think it is better if it's just gas burner.
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#157 Posted : Sunday, September 26, 2010 2:36:03 PM(UTC)
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I have such a oalia. I made a few models and used multiple times.

The question is, is it really better and comfortable over a gas burner? Is there alcohol accessible to Kenya? And how save weight but also have to carry a bottle of alcohol (I just used a small plastic bottle of water).

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#158 Posted : Sunday, September 26, 2010 2:47:28 PM(UTC)
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Alcohol got to Kenya. That's the spirit:


You can reach him at nearly every hole.

I think that weight savings compared to the blowtorch. If you carry a bottle of 2 liters of alcohol so it's probably not a big savings.
Some cooking you're going to do a day????
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#159 Posted : Sunday, September 26, 2010 2:51:13 PM(UTC)
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The plan is to cook twice a day, morning and evening.

But Dr. also heating drinking water and preparation of porridge or another meal.

This chalia. She seems very wasteful in formaldehyde. You removed directly?

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#160 Posted : Sunday, September 26, 2010 2:58:54 PM(UTC)
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I used the PCT chalia had one on teh araroaha in New Zealand and it did the job. Just took a picture of the network to show some fuel users. The point was.
There are a million and one variations on a post made ality. It's amazing what levels people. Run a search on the net and see examples. If I remember correctly then told me bcikaoff display full name ality type and you can see.

It sounds like you are going to use it a lot during the day.
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