[Yak] now you've got me thinking
n7net at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 30 13:56:42 CST 2007
What you take and what you leave behind means you are
faced with what seems like tough choices, at least
your first time out. Leave the tire with someone who
can overnight it to you, should you need it.
You will not believe the stuff you can easily do
without. Shed the gasoline or propane stove. Unless
you're spending extended periods at high altitudes
these stoves and fuels you're about to see will do you
proud. Mark my word, you'll use every microwave you
Andrew P. Black offered the following website some
In my opinion you'll find this stove, or one like it,
will get you buy when you find yourself on your own
for the evening.
Don't take too many clothes. Plan on doing your
laundry often. Barb and I once followed single track
from Mexico to Portland, Oregon on a Honda dirt bike
motorcycle. We had 17 pounds of stuff between
us--sleeping bags, tent, clothes, food. We were on
the road eleven days.
People who used to go on Washington State's Chilly
Hilly boarded the ferries in bike clothes and returned
A garbage bag from a friendly Star Mart can be a God
Send. Ask my wife.
A little discomfort only adds to the adventure.
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