I wish we could say the same in NJ. Our dry season was too wet, leaving the ground already saturated going into hurricane season.Jim_H wrote:Looks like the summer monsoon/ storm season may be at an end
I don't mind any of that, except the snow. I don't wish to shovel it or travel on it any more.azbackpackr wrote:I don't want to see old dead leaves, or snow. Don't wanna wear long pants or a jacket.
I'm partial to the Osprey Kestrel, which I have in the 28L and 38L sizes. They're heavy for the volume, but they carry heavy loads well (such as water).RedRoxx44 wrote:Daypacks with beefy hip belts---
It's worth noting that his air-drop resupply wouldn't be possible under current regulations.trooper925 wrote:Read The Man Who Walked Through Time by Colin Fletcher His claim as first is inaccurate and the length he hiked was not complete yet he did hike this section.
After four days, they're stretching the predicted total to six. There was localized flooding today, so there could be some real impacts by Friday. I wish I could send some water to AZ.big_load wrote:Today was the 3rd day of an unseasonable nor'easter in NJ, with two more days predicted.