- We've had our week in the wilderness and learned
a few things. * The expensive boots I bought are
overkill, both on price and on my feet. The damage they did
to my feet put a damper on the whole trip. * When
going to a high altitude, start slow to acclimate, and
women need to have on hand personal hygiene supplies. *
If you combine protein and carbs and fat in
everything you eat - you need less. * bring some kind of
tarp to make a rain shelter with unless you enjoy
being wet.<br><br>I've posted some pictures - Wind
River is by far the most beautiful (read spectacular)
place in the WY rockies.<br><br>cindy
- lostimnot wrote:
>I'm considering purchase of the Nomad lite tent. Anybody have anywww.wanderlustgear.com/nmadlite.htm
>experience with it? - Bob
I've had a lot of experience with an earlier version.
Far more room than any other lightweight tent. Lighter than others.
Easy to set up. Great protection in a storm.
If you want the comfort and convenience of a tent I strongly
recommend the Nomad Lite. --David