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Training Hike & Gear Testing (Prado Lane), January 3 201

 
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2016 9:56 am    Post subject: Training Hike & Gear Testing (Prado Lane), January 3 201  Reply with quote

Iím hoping to get out for another 50-60 mile backpacking trip in the Sierra this summer. Iíve been reviewing my notes from my HST hike, thinking about gear selection, and have started testing out a few items on training hikes and on my snowshoeing trips.

Here are some photos from a quick hike in the hills near my house. Clicking on them will bring you to the full photo gallery, where you can also see some notes on the gear I'm looking at:
Training Hike & Gear Testing (Prado Lane), January 3 2016  
 Beautiful sunrise


Testing out the remote app on my new camera
   

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