|2008-09-23, 12:59 PM||#16|
Last of the Dogmato-Revisionists
Mike, your accounts and photos are always stunning.
I must admit, though, that I am always comforted by them as they remind me that there are plenty of places other than here in New Jersey where new developments can be built.
To plotz is human, to schvitz divine.
|2008-09-24, 02:36 PM||#17|
Join Date: Apr 2003
Location: Aspen, Co.
As far as self supported, water is probably the biggest hurdle. I was out on the trail 5-7 hours/day, at 15 oz's/hour = 100 oz bladder. I tried to drink that much every day, a couple of the harder days w/climbing, I drank 130 oz. You do not want to scrimp on water in the desert.
I am sure some day, someone will do this self supported on a unicycle, and kudos to them. I still like bringing my nice sleeping pad, and solar powered blender. This is desert country, it is dry and hot. The ranger was on a self supported trip when I was down there, on b***, he though, had the benefit of water cached along the way.
Nice job on your 28 day adventure, it must have been wonderful.
Criiter, thanks for the kind words, I really was living large down there.
This pic is from day 2 on one of the pre climbs before Murphys Hogback. The ranger is at bottom with his Bob Trailer.
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