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    7 pounds, 18 degrees, toasty

    Did a quick after-work hike up Cove Mountain and slept toasty at 18 degrees. 7 pound pack, plus the weight of a panini sandwich and water bottle in my pocket, for dinner.
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    Senior Member Joey's Avatar
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    Excellent! Life is good when you load is light and you sleep nice and toasty.

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    Nothing quite like being nested in down.
    And 7 pounds, 18 degrees.
    Good one.
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    What kind of panini?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gra_factor View Post
    What kind of panini?
    Turkey. Turkey has less water content than the ham panini that the restaurant also sells, and therefore weighs less, so I went with the turkey.

    (just joking -- although now that I think of it, I should have had a jerkey panini to cut even more grams!!)

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