barnumbaileypdx at hotmail.com
Wed Apr 29 21:13:37 CDT 2009
Well I wore my rain gear, which when I was in Sisters, it was extremely warm, somewhere around 90! I did impress a couple folks that I managed to change into these garments without anyone seeing me do this! And then I did the same thing in the opposite direction, still without being seen! I had to do to this among the machines as they do not have a bathroom for someone to change in, or use! AND the soap machine ate 75 cents!!! But a very nice woman offered me some of her soap and bought me a soda!!
I met a couple folks along the way that had 'running' shorts and a tee that they kept for their laundry days, don't know where they kept theirs. I didn't keep them in a separate bag, they were in the bottom of my clothes stuff sack, along with a "fresh" pair of undies set aside just for laundry day!!
My only criticism of Sisters, I had been told by three sources that there were public showers at the campground in town....there wasn't! So I had clean clothes, but not a clean body, well I took a "bath" in the campground's bathroom sink, not quite the same thing. And it wasn't until Cascade Locks that I got a shower!!! (actually at my house in Portland, but same idea)
> Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2009 19:22:32 -0600
> From: jdjohnson at accesscomm.ca
> To: pct-l at backcountry.net
> Subject: [pct-l] Laundry
> Well, /this/ might be a stupid question...
> For you thru-hikers, when you need to do laundry, what do you wear in
> the laundromat while you're sitting there doing that laundry? And
> whatever it is that you wear, do you keep it in a separate bag/ziploc
> while carrying it on the trail in your backpack, to keep it "fresh" from
> all of that other "aromatic" stuff in the pack?
> Or do you just do the "nude" laundromat thing? :-[
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