dysfunction wrote:it's tempting to bust out a shemagh... it's a bandana on steroids
rlrjamy wrote:Buff - Do any women wear Buff's from the angler series...
joe bartels wrote:a white paisley bandana, I hear they're the rage
Grasshopper wrote:azbackpackr wrote:As for the 10 Essentials list, I remember it well from when I took a Basic Mountaineering course from the Sierra Club in San Diego in 1976.
I took that same Sierra Club course in San Diego in Feb-Mar'83. I took the 10 Essentials course segment seriously & glad I did: In May'85 while on a SD-Sierra Club Outing to Lake Arrowhead, we were car camping for the weekend doing a long dayhike on the PCT Segment that goes through this area to a popular hot springs called Deep Creek. We all stayed there too long and the dayhike turned bad trying to get back to our remote campsite before dark... to make a long story short, hiking in a swimming suit I got lost (was alone & it was my fault for getting lost), but I got through the night by myself in 40F temps and back to the group safely the next morning because I had ALL these published "10 Essentials". Until your number comes up and you need them, it can be somewhat of a issue to discuss. They are for the unexpected, not for the assumed.. First rule of the wilderness is: "Never Assume Anything"
azbackpackr wrote:I am continually loaning out Ibuprofen and that antibiotic ointment that has the painkiller (aka butt rash goop).
Grasshopper wrote:First rule of the wilderness is: "Never Assume Anything"
WilliamnWendi wrote:I try to be prepared for anything for two
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