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    An ultralight hikerís dream... a can of super ultralight dehydrated water!

    Witty Yetis Dehydrated Water 16oz Can. NEW Formula! Essential Camping & Survival Supply. F... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072L38SGT...sms_tai_ndBqAb...



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    I will brag on my wife. In my goal to section hike the AT, I finished my first state, and passed 300 miles total. Yeah, it's only WV, but her support and thoughtfulness are amazing. Looking forward to adding more states to my office wall!

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    Deuce of Spades, blue, 30 degree Englightened Equipment Revelation quilt/850 fill

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    A small Shutterfly book with pictures of our SNP section last summer.

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    An uncontrollably excited three year old.
    Colorless green ideas sleep furiously.

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    I got exactly what I need and wanted, nothing.
    It's nice to be in that position.

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    I got some books about wilderness adventures/misadventures.

    And the sky prognosticators claim we're going to get 1-3" of snow in a few days! With temps almost to single digits - brrrr!
    Last edited by illabelle; 12-26-2017 at 07:18.

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    Daughter graduated from college in 3.5 years . Best gift ever . Last of 7 kids.

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    National Geo maps, Leukotape, paracord, Therm a Rest Z seat, Sawyer mini, BRS stove, and an Amtrak reservation to Gainsville.

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    Another 10" of snow and lots of cookies
    The AT - It has it's ups and downs...

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    a new Tarptent and an Exped sleeping pad. Both are at the top of my preferred brand/style/"go to" gear lists. I have been getting by the last year or two with other options but it just feels better when you have your preferred gear....and I am not a gear head by any means. The Exped is a bit heavy but the comfort is well worth the extra ounces imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slo-go'en View Post
    Another 10" of snow and lots of cookies
    I'm starting to get real jealous of that show. I just got my car all dressed up and now it doesn't have anywhere to go!

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    I was too careful and lost a kilo. I was be having some extra fruitcake for the next few days.
    Fruitcake makes excellent trail food, especially if you make it yourself with extra nuts and brandy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highland Goat View Post
    I was too careful and lost a kilo. I was be having some extra fruitcake for the next few days.
    Fruitcake makes excellent trail food, especially if you make it yourself with extra nuts and brandy.
    I learn something new everyday. For example, I have known since i was a small child about the existence of fruitcake. I just did not know anyone actually ate that stuff! I thought it was simply another holiday decoration that my grandma and aunts would make and set out each year around this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4shot View Post
    I thought it was simply another holiday decoration that my grandma and aunts would make and set out each year around this time.
    Fruitcake is only decorative if you buy the stuff with the sparkly green candied fruit on top. The Monks that make those used to make concrete blocks, so those fruitcakes are very structural and pack well.
    I make my own, but I like lots of either chestnuts or pecans – which can damage the load-bearing ability of the fruitcake.

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    My girlfriend got me a nice new Jacket. This thing is so warm compared to my Costco Version GhostWisperer.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highland Goat View Post
    I was too careful and lost a kilo. I was be having some extra fruitcake for the next few days.
    Fruitcake makes excellent trail food, especially if you make it yourself with extra nuts and brandy.
    I decided to try to make a fruitcake this year. Ended up making two. Man, that turned into one expensive project! I figure the first one cost me well over $30! A little less for the 2nd, as I had some ingredients left over from the first one. I must say, they come out tasting really good.
    The AT - It has it's ups and downs...

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    The thought was there... a pair of thermal socks. ... feel great... but 3 times as big of the ones I'm going to take...

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    Bearvault 450 (decided to start it on 2 and 3 day trips instead of having to hang a bag), 4 pair of Darn Tough Socks, Icebreaker Neck Gaiter, Outdoor Research Swift Cap, PolarPor Strap mount for my GoPro, Merrell Moab Edge Shoes (4 pair, my wife found them on clearance for $40 at Cabelas and they are my favorite hiking shoes), multiple sets of Lock Laces ( to switch out my regular laces on my hiking shoes), and a large laundry bag to store my sleeping bag in between trips. Pretty good Christmas.

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    Marmot Precip Rain Jacket
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