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Resupply

(44)
Nice language choice!
charliepolecat
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9:14 AM

First Aid Kit

(54)
Hello Please if is not too much trouble can you post a link of where to get a copy of the Wilderness Medicine Quick reference Thx Renato Sent from my iPhone
renatotodesco
54
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4:03 PM

water filter suggestions

(30)
"I have never used a pre-filter in the Sierra, and never felt the need for one." I never had the need to use one either until I had to get water at LYV this
liptackj
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2:53 PM

Permit clarification question.

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The lack of clarity in the regulations and the latitude of individual rangers to interpret the regulations underlies the heart of this. FWIW, the ranger I
George Schlossnagle
20
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Jul 29

Thunderstorm

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Will do John. It might be a while before I dig them up. :) Some fun weather photos and vids in there! Bruce
brucelem12
33
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Jul 28

JMT unsupported NOBO speed attempt July 8-11

(40)
SPOT tracker links are here
ralph_burgess_64
40
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Jul 28

Sleeping bag choice

(22)
A 20 degree bag should work just fine on the JMT, unless you bought a low quality brand one. Any reputable sleeping bag company, ( Western Mountaineering,
rnperky@sbcglobal.net
22
posts
Jul 28

Re: Photos

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Fabulous!
brucelem12
19
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Jul 27

GPS communication devices

(22)
The DeLorme requires activation for any of the features to work. The basic Freedom Plan is all it takes. They can't go offering very expensive to provide PLB
Dave Park
22
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Jul 22

The argument for redundancy (e.g., two small vs. one large isobutane

(28)
Gotta get myself a new shirt. On Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 4:59 PM, longritchie
John Ladd
28
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Jul 20

Weather Report from Reds

(24)
I can also say that my Hexamid Twin has been extremely solid as a solo shelter in some very bad weather. It even can handle some snow load relatively well
ravi_jmt2013
24
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Jul 18

Take spare trekking pole tips?

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Good for you, but don't think having a knee replaced is the end of the world. A skiing injury has caused me to have a titanium knee and I hike, bike, work out
charliepolecat
27
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Jul 18

Ralph's Progress

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Pretty cool Sent via the Samsung GALAXY S® 5, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone ... From: longritchie Date:07/13/2015 8:39 PM (GMT-08:00)
lystra15
24
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Jul 15

Resupply Plan

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As Longritchie says, as a general rule, meats and dried fruit are heavy for the calories they provide, so I minimize them. I get most of my protein from nuts &
goatlegz
46
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Jul 7

Canister Fuel Usage, MSR Reactor, JMT Cottonwood to Bishop

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In all but still, warm conditions a windscreen will be a benefit. Canister stoves are very sensitive to wind. And in conditions that are cold enough to make
longritchie
20
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Jul 7
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