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Fellow Hikers Or Backpackers?

Discussion in 'Health and Fitness' started by Scarletbegonia, Apr 25, 2021.

  1. Scarletbegonia

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    Sort of a roll call, but also where do you go, what’s on the plans?

    Backpackers, who is a gram nerd? What’s your cooking set up? Is it a talenti jar? Or a stove as well?

    who wants to get out there this year?

    I’m looking at a couple solo options, and one I’d like to drag my sweetie along come fall...if he makes the cut.
    Possibly El Malpaís, possibly a section of Colorado or CD trail. This fall, I want to hit Utah. Canyonlands, Arches, possibly further west.
    A talenti jar is in my kit. I’m looking at a fancee feest alcohol stove. I am a gram nerd, to about an 80 percent degree. I will bring a hairbrush!
     
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    I backpack, but make them day trips, and avoid the camping gear. Make what K skll need and take it with me. Living in NC I havd thousands of trails. From the Appalachian trail to the Moutain to the sea trail. Many branches and connectors to other trails.
     
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    A long time ago I did lots of camping but never tried backpacking to an authentic degree. Maybe it should go on the To-Do list.
     
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    Hoping to get out there this year again but probably only a 2 night trip due to work schedule. For me, thing I like about the short trips is that food need is a minimum. Solo I never cook. Jar of PB, half loaf of bread, some astronaut coffee (aka instant), a fillet knife, small skillet, collapsible rod and reel just in case bears get my PB stash. Take some matches for a fire, yes there is a lighter on reserve in my pack or kayak should the matches fail, for kicking back by in the evenings. Spark up a small fire on the coals in the AM for coffee and launch into the day.

    I'd have to research a week or more trip for food as not sure what I'd need. When I go on these trips it is more to hit the "reset button" on life so extremely basic always help do that for me. (Plus I never allow myself peanut butter or bread so these simple meals are a huge treat!!)
     
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    I used to hike up the face of the Delaware water gap with my ex during springtime and finally got what John Denver got when he referenced the sheer exhilaration of looking down at the water gap. Got so exhilarating one time me and my ex left some interesting echoes. coupla hikers thought it was wild animals. Well, we WERE, but not bears or deer.

    Two things put the kibosh on it nowadays; one my bad knee , and the fact that my ex moved down south to Florida with her new hubby.
     
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    Look up bear bag. I have one in Dyneema
     
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    Thanks, will definitely check that out!
     
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    Used to hike a lot in the Pocono Mountains of PA. But don’t have a hiking buddy(s) anymore and don’t want to go alone. Also did most of the trails around Philadelphia over the years. Only day hikes here.
     
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