[pct-l] planning priorities

Teresa Skye tskye1 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 13 11:07:43 CST 2010

Our local Walmarts has started to carry freeze dried food (cheese powder,
beans, fruits) in their bulk section in large cans. You might want to check
that out.

On Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 4:07 AM, Jim & Jane Moody <moodyjj at comcast.net>wrote:

> Just to clarify, "numerous" means two.  But those two nights were extremely
> useful in helping me know if and how my sleeping gear would work in very
> cold weather.  The best thing about the back porch is - if it's not working,
> you can go inside easily.  You're not ten miles from a road crossing.
> Mango
> >Train, train, train, and camp as much as you can manage, in bad
> conditions,
> >to see how your gear handles it.  To tell a Mango story, he spent numerous
> >nights sleeping in his gear on wintry, cold nights on his back porch, to
> >tweak what he was bringing, to make sure it could handle the conditions he
> >would be experiencing.
> >Good question,
> >Shroomer
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