If y'all can work that out rock on!! It looks a lot better on an Excel spreadsheet and I don't want to edit all that below!! Haha
Date Days on Trail Days till Re-up Miles between Re-up Location
2-Jun 1 Katahdine, Maine
5-Jun 3 2 15 Abdol Bridge
June 13-14 12 8 100 Monson
20-Jun 18 6 70 Straton
23-Jun 21 3 30 Rangley
26-Jun 24 3 37 Andover
Carrying Equipment Weight (oz)
Osprey Hornet 46 Ruck Sack 26
REI dry bag 3.6
REI Duck's Back60 Ruck Cover 4
Sleep and Shelter Weight (oz)
Big Agnes Fly Creer UL1 tent w/ footprint & stakes 37
Halo +40 Sleeping bag w/compression sack 26.6
Thermarest Z-lite 5.2
Cooking Weight (oz)
Cooking Cup w/ thermal protection and spoon 6.2
Win preparation for my AT hike I went for a 100 mile hike. Except it was only 90!! Haha. I wanted to be out for a couple days so that I could get used to my gear and the pains my body would go through. On one of my last days out there I noted a few observations.
1. Glasses will get scratched lenses. Go cheap.
2. Carry a little cash.
3. You can always smell worse!!
4. Nothing is water proof.
5. Cam shoes would be wonderful.
6. I eat less than I thought..
Below is my packing list. It is a work in progress. I love my postal scale though! haha
Osprey Hornet 46 Ruck Sack
REI dry bag
REI Duck's Back60 Ruck Cover
In an attempt to get ready for the 100 mile wilderness I bought 8 days worth of food and packaged them into single day packages. That way I don't overeat and then have no food! haha.
I bought some powdered milk and cereal for breakfast. I added 2 bags of dried fruit to the mix to pump it up with those precious vitamins and minerals! That covers my breakfast.
For snacks throughout the day, I bought peanut butter crackers, cookie packs, bite size snickers, fig newtons,
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