Feet photo album webcam
Helens, and Columbia City, Oregon with the Oregon coast mountain range in the distance on the right side.
Check your cover, or backpack, for “waterproofness” prior to the trek.For extended treks the internal frame pack should have a volume over 3,000 cubic inches (50 liters), but less than 4,200 cubic inches (70 liters).The larger the pack, the greater the tendency to fill it with non-essentials.(Some ultra light people do not bring any clothes except what they wear.) Each Buddy Team: Two-man tent (count the stakes) and ground cloth (optional) Group Equipment – Distributed among hikers Water filters – Water jugs/bottles/bags Stove and fuel bottles Large and/or medium cooking pots Cook Kit: spatula, serving spoon and/or utensils, measuring cup, camp suds and sponge, bleach, scrubber, Purell Stuff sacks for food Bear bags and rope (50 ft ¼” braided nylon rope, 50 ft 1/8” parachute cord, 2 ft 1/8” nylon cord) or Bear Canisters in some areas Repair Kit (sewing kit, small piece of cloth, safety pins, wire, pliers or Leatherman, superglue, tube, O rings for filter, rope, and more) Troop First Aid Kit (check it every hike) Permits, Maps, Medical Forms Pack List Weights in pounds No one should be carrying the “High Weight”.It is listed so you can see how much you can save if you are careful.Sleeping Bags are available in many sizes, fabric, fill, color, and price.
A bag in the low-middle price range filled with synthetic material is recommended.
October 24, 2016 - The Webcam is temporarily in the process of testing prior to finish the move from the top of the house to the radio tower.
The Webcam is operational daily from dawn to dusk and updates every ten minutes.
Arbitrary numbers (like 30% of his body weight) are interesting starting points for discussion, but the real determination is how much he can carry on the practice hikes.
Description of pack list items Personal Gear: Backpack: There are two main types of backpacks: the external frame and the internal frame.
Waterproof Pack Cover needs to be large enough to protect items strapped to the exterior of the pack.