We took the last few days to do a little day-hiking and exploring in Sequoia National Park. We'd been there a few times before, usually in the Grant Grove area before heading down into Kings Canyon...but this time we were going to stay in Lodgepole--
Please click on Dubliners (Youtube) Dubliners I've been over Snowdon I've slept up on Crowdown I've camped by the Wain Stones as well I've sun bathed on Kinder Been burnt to a cinder And many more things I can tell My rucksack has oft' been my
I usually just take some of the Starbucks instant packets. They make decent coffee, but I will look for the Folgers bags in my local stores. It would sort of force me to wait for the coffee to steep and the water to cool down a bit while my breakfast
I should have said, 'time and opportunity.' I did a MYOG project to adapt some cheap ski poles into trekking poles. The total time of the work was probably 15 minutes, but it took me 3 weeks to get the chance to do the work.
Yeah I checked it when I applied the second coat to the bottom of the tent the water seemed to be beading up and not soaking the bottom of the tent. Also applied the waterproofing to my pack cover and am using a garbage bag as a liner to put my clot
The most beautiful old beech forests on Tour du Canigou in Pyrenees-Orientales, France - Day 4-Refuge Saint Guillem- Ravin Comail It was our 4th day of Tour du Canigou trail in Eastern-Pyrenees, France when we hiked 16 kms from Riuferrera, walked b
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