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  1. #11
    Senior Member animalcontrol's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooch View Post
    I went for Monday night. Had things to tend to yesterday and today. I scored the Gold Bond travel size at Target. They're the mecca of all things travel size.
    good to know I can obtain smaller sizes of necessary powders and ointments at the big red bullseye!

    enjoy your trip with Dancer...list looks A-OK
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  2. #12
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    Have a great trip y'all. And see you at the hang!
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  3. #13
    Member Dancer's Avatar
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    Here is my gear list. I can't wait for this hike! Of course having my Hooch with me makes it better! Before anyone asks....yes I went back to my cinch buckles. I didn't feel comfortable with the whoopie slings.

    1. Pack group
    • Backpack – Gregory Jade 60 – 56 oz
    • Pack cover – REI Duck’s Back Rain Cover – 6 oz
    2. Shelter group
    • Tarp – Speer Winter Tarp - 18.1 oz (includes stuff sack and guidelines)
    • 8 groundhog stakes - 5.68 oz
    • 10 figure 9’s - Nite Ize – 1.3 oz
    • Hammock - ENO double nest - 22 oz
    • Nylon Straps 24 ft, Dutch Clips & 2 cinch buckles
    3. Sleeping group
    • Under quilt – Speer Snug Fit – 29 oz
    • Top quilt – DIY made – 22 oz
    • 1 Sea to Summit Ultra Sil Stuff sack 20 liter – 1.8 oz
    4. Kitchen group
    • Stove – Trangia Mini BP stove ( stove, stand, pot, lid & grabber) – 5.75 oz
    • Spoon, Fork, Knife and wind screen for stove
    • Stuff Sack for Kitchen group
    • Bear bag rope
    • Bandana
    • 2l platypus water bladder – 5.5 oz
    • (2)1 liter nalgene bottle – 12.4 oz
    • splash guard - 1 oz
    • Katadin Hiker Pro water filter – 11 oz
    5. Hygiene group
    • Bandana
    • Hand Sanitizer (1 oz)
    • Baby wipes & face cloths
    • Small tooth brush & trial size toothpaste
    • Trial size deodorant
    • Gold bond powder in Ziploc
    • Partial roll of toilet paper
    • Orange trowel

    6. Navigation group
    • Map
    • Trail Guide pages
    • Small notebook and pen
    • Head lamp – Petzl – 2.9 oz
    7. Repair/first aid group
    • Duct tape
    • First Aid Kit
    • Eye care kit
    8. Luxury items
    • Camera
    • Extra batteries
    • Cell phone
    9. Rain group
    • Rain jacket
    • Rain pants
    10. Clothing group
    • Silk long underwear top and bottom
    • Long-sleeve shirt
    • Pull-over fleece top
    • 3 pr of clean underwear
    • 3 pr of sock liners & 2 pr extra socks
    • Fleece gloves
    • Fleece hat
    • 1 pr “camp” socks
    • Crocs
    11. Clothing worn and items carried group
    • Wicking t-shirt
    • Underwear & bra
    • Zip-up fleece jacket
    • Hiking pants
    • Socks and liners
    • Boots
    • ID & cash
    • Whistle
    • Pocket knife
    • Gadget (time, temp, elevation, barometric pressure etc)
    • Trekking poles

  4. #14
    Hooch's Avatar
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    Princeton, NC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dancer View Post
    Here is my gear list. I can't wait for this hike! Of course having my Hooch with me makes it better! Before anyone asks....yes I went back to my cinch buckles. I didn't feel comfortable with the whoopie slings.

    1. Pack group
    • Backpack – Gregory Jade 60 – 56 oz
    • Pack cover – REI Duck’s Back Rain Cover – 6 oz
    2. Shelter group
    • Tarp – Speer Winter Tarp - 18.1 oz (includes stuff sack and guidelines)
    • 8 groundhog stakes - 5.68 oz
    • 10 figure 9’s - Nite Ize – 1.3 oz
    • Hammock - ENO double nest - 22 oz
    • Nylon Straps 24 ft, Dutch Clips & 2 cinch buckles
    3. Sleeping group
    • Under quilt – Speer Snug Fit – 29 oz
    • Top quilt – DIY made – 22 oz
    • 1 Sea to Summit Ultra Sil Stuff sack 20 liter – 1.8 oz
    4. Kitchen group
    • Stove – Trangia Mini BP stove ( stove, stand, pot, lid & grabber) – 5.75 oz
    • Spoon, Fork, Knife and wind screen for stove
    • Stuff Sack for Kitchen group
    • Bear bag rope
    • Bandana
    • 2l platypus water bladder – 5.5 oz
    • (2)1 liter nalgene bottle – 12.4 oz
    • splash guard - 1 oz
    • Katadin Hiker Pro water filter – 11 oz
    5. Hygiene group
    • Bandana
    • Hand Sanitizer (1 oz)
    • Baby wipes & face cloths
    • Small tooth brush & trial size toothpaste
    • Trial size deodorant
    • Gold bond powder in Ziploc
    • Partial roll of toilet paper
    • Orange trowel

    6. Navigation group
    • Map
    • Trail Guide pages
    • Small notebook and pen
    • Head lamp – Petzl – 2.9 oz
    7. Repair/first aid group
    • Duct tape
    • First Aid Kit
    • Eye care kit
    8. Luxury items
    • Camera
    • Extra batteries
    • Cell phone
    9. Rain group
    • Rain jacket
    • Rain pants
    10. Clothing group
    • Silk long underwear top and bottom
    • Long-sleeve shirt
    • Pull-over fleece top
    • 3 pr of clean underwear
    • 3 pr of sock liners & 2 pr extra socks
    • Fleece gloves
    • Fleece hat
    • 1 pr “camp” socks
    • Crocs
    11. Clothing worn and items carried group
    • Wicking t-shirt
    • Underwear & bra
    • Zip-up fleece jacket
    • Hiking pants
    • Socks and liners
    • Boots
    • ID & cash
    • Whistle
    • Pocket knife
    • Gadget (time, temp, elevation, barometric pressure etc)
    • Trekking poles
    You're so sexy when you're organized and talking gear.
    "If you play a Nicleback song backwards, you'll hear messages from the devil. Even worse, if you play it forward, you'll hear Nickleback." - Dave Grohl

  5. #15
    Hooch's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenlespaul View Post
    .......hang it off a zipper on your pack.......
    You know what? I was just looking at my pack and it dawned on me that it doesn't have a single zipper. Not one. Cool.
    "If you play a Nicleback song backwards, you'll hear messages from the devil. Even worse, if you play it forward, you'll hear Nickleback." - Dave Grohl

  6. #16
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    you too have a great hike!!!!

    so jealous............
    Peanuts

    "A womans place is on the trail"

  7. #17
    Senior Member TinaLouise's Avatar
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    Question... How well does that GoldBond powder work out for you'all??? I've just never carried powder and wondered if it worked??
    How many days will you be hiking?
    Have a good time!! Post back how your equipment choices work out.
    TinaLouise

  8. #18
    Senior Member kohburn's Avatar
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    I have a group of 8 doing a section hike with hammocks next weekend, good timing guys

    we started in maryland heading south this year now starting at front royal heading into shenandoah, they complained a lot when I had them do a 21 mile day last time so I'm maxing it out at 13 per day this time or I might be found trailside by another hiker

  9. #19
    Senior Member E.A.Y.'s Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooch View Post
    The knife I have now is sharp as a razor and **** near bombproof.
    oooooh, pretty!

  10. #20
    Member Dancer's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TinaLouise View Post
    Question... How well does that GoldBond powder work out for you'all??? I've just never carried powder and wondered if it worked??
    How many days will you be hiking?
    Have a good time!! Post back how your equipment choices work out.
    TinaLouise
    This is new to my list. I've lost 10 lbs this month (yay!) and I'm not sure how my hiking clothes are going to react. I'm taking it in case I get uncomfortable rubbing going on.

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