[pct-l] Pack weight

Mike Douglass mdouglass3 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 21 09:18:06 CDT 2015

And remember, what you start with is not necessarily what you will end
with. I started with 16lbs and sent 3 lbs back home at Mt Laguna. You will
have options to add/subtract as you gain experience on the trail.

On Sat, Mar 21, 2015 at 10:06 AM, Scott Bryce <sbryce at scottbryce.com> wrote:

> On 3/21/2015 2:49 AM, Eric Lee wrote:
>> Let's do a thought experiment. You want to walk to Canada. What
>> should you take with you?
> One very obvious, but oft overlooked fact that I like to point out is
> that whatever you bring with you, you will carry it a lot more than you
> will use it. So one question you need to ask yourself is am I willing to
> carry this item all day, every day for the few minutes I will use it
> every day or two?
> On my too quickly aborted through hike attempt, I carried a base of 16
> pounds, including a pound or two of small items I didn't think I could
> hike without, but never used in the two weeks I was on the trail.
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