Between the ridiculous props (is that guy pointing a gun at his own reflection?), the gratuitous rugs (hey, it gets cold in Russia!

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It is listed so you can see how much you can save if you are careful.

It is even possible to be less than the “Low End Weight”, which is what you should be striving to make.

What devices are turned on at any given time depends largely on which of us is here, and what we’re doing.

This project is a system to reduce our power consumption, particularly when we’re not there.

the three heaviest things are your backpack, tent, and sleeping bag, so if you want to save a lot of weight invest in these items.

There is lots of discussion about the proper amount of weight that a boy can carry safely.

It varies wildly, depending on the attitude and strength of the boy.

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.

The basic rule is wear one set of clothes and pack one change of clothes unless weather is a major consideration.

(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”.

This book your computer to work with the looser languages used by humans (like English) instead of the stricter counterparts used by machines.