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If so, then one way to keep your socks straight on a long hike is to buy two pairs of the same sock but each with different colors, then wear them as a mismatched set. In the example below, I use the red socks for the left foot and the other for my right foot. Adams in the distance. Hanging, as hammockers call their activity, is a cult within a cult. I tried it once before a few years ago, with a Hennessey, but it was neither warm nor comfortable.
But, after meeting three different hammock hikers on sections of the PCT this summer, I decided to look back into it. Below is the Whisper hammock I purchased recently from Bonefire Gear.
It has solved three large problems for me: View of Mt. Warm springs on the north shore of Paulina Lake. You can sit in them. Most were rather lukewarm, but a couple were nice and toasty. I love these old handmade signs by the legendary Basil Clark. Ironically, the wooden sign is in much better shape than the unmaintained Chetwoot Loop trail itself. You hear a lot of people swear by gear they use: But what works for others may not work for you.
But what they are also legendary for is stinkiness. I ordered an Equator top and once I got it, I discovered the other thing about Railriders that is legendary: I exchanged it for the one size I video wauna bandanas not Smallwhich despite some odd corners on the shirt that feel weird, it pretty much fit overall.
Quality is high, and most important for me, has Insect Shield ie permethrin infusing. Then began a month or two long process of trying to find a way to eliminate The Stink. Various washings, soaps and detergents failed. When finally I resorted to Odor Eliminator and even that failed, I gave up. I realized it would stink forever. And the quality after some use is not at all what I expected.
The good news is that this failure got me to try an Icebreaker merino wool shirt insteadand that is a great piece of gear, in every respect. It was the only shirt I had on my first mile section of the PCT and I know I can count on it in both chill and sun. Combining that with my long time hiking buddy and Goodwill finda Columbia PFG fishing shirt which does not quite as breathe as well as a Railrider, but also does not stinkI have a good combination now for three seasons of hiking.
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I bivied first night at north end of Timothy Lake and the mosquitoes were surprisingly not a serous problem at all. Similarly at Warm Springs River, which has some excellent cold clear water.
Weather excellent at night; never needed to get out my tarp. Afternoon of my second day I met thru-hiker Slingblade on trail who had an encounter with a bear around mile just north of Jude Lake. The bear started to leave when it saw him, but then came back and bluff charged Slingblade on the trail. He showed me a picture video wauna bandanas it. There was lots of bear scat on trail around there.
Huckleberries are ripe everywhere along the trail between Timothy and Olallie Lakes. Berries means bears. Wonderful hosts they were, to about a dozen or more hikers, mostly section hikers, mostly going north, but several south. As Daniel is a graduate from St. Johns Collegewe had some wonderful conversations around the campfire.
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He had hiked Oregon on the PCT last year and loved the lake so much, he came back to rent a cabin for a few days. Had great conversation on the ride home to Portland with them both. Trail people are great people. This is an excellent portion of the trail, but it gets rather sunny and dry as you approach Olallie from the north, with the forest thinning out and turning from mostly Douglas fir to mostly Lodgepole pine.
Water management is important here, with gaps of 10 and 8 miles from Timothy Lake south to Lemiti Creek with the lovely Warm Springs River between, resp. Stayed overnights at Wahtum Lake, near Lolo Pass, and above Little Zigzag Canyon, ambling into Timberline Lodge early morning the fourth day for their breakfast buffet: You can order them in different magnification strengths.
I massage my legs with it after a hike, too, especially the calves. The Uribag, aka the urinal bag, aka the better pee bottle. I first got a Uribag for road trips, where it works great, and then used it car camping in my tent to replace my traditional pee bottle. For years I used a naruto 343 3gp video wauna bandanas for car camping, just a large plastic jar I found at Goodwill.
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And I really, really hate bugs, esp. The Uribag holds one liter. It packs small, expands and contracts easily, and the rubber balloon container is tough. Best of all, it is pretty easy to pee into while lying on your side: Skip to content.
Remnants of central caldera dome, from East Lake, on a sunny afternoon. They stink. Apparently, from my experience, they stink forever. I wrote it off as a total loss. Some video wauna bandanas Looking north at Mt Hood from the ridge south of Frog Lake, mile Timothy Lake sunset from the north end of the lake, mile Lemiti Meadow, mile Mt Jefferson from Olallie Lake.
Mt Jefferson sunrise from Olallie Lake from my bivy bedroom. Not a bad way to wake up. Day one was cloudy and misty, threatening to rain. Hiking across Benson plateau was literally walking in the clouds. Evening arrival at Wahtum Lake brought the first sun breaks all day.
Sun breaks continue early day two and finally a view of Mt Hood peaking out from rack city remix tyga clouds. Lost Lake peaking through the trees. Over the hills and far away. Day three ascending from Ramona Falls up to Timberline, looking west.
Sunset reflecting off Mt Hood, from east side of Zigzag Canyon. Hiked until after sunset today. Gear on morning four. Bivied out for night three on east side above Little Zigzag Canyon. Obligatory, yet elusive selfie, with trusty Tilley hat. So I need a backup. Worth the weight? The Uribag The Uribag, aka the urinal bag, aka the better pee bottle.