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[at-l] more thru-hiker advice...
- Subject: [at-l] more thru-hiker advice...
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Mark Lerch)
- Date: Mon, 21 Oct 2002 10:57:19 -0700
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Any concerns about food gunk rotting and causing health issues? (I forget
what it's called) This is what I wonder about when I use my camp towel in
this fashion. I try to rinse it out well with water...but after several
days it has a stench. What to do for long term use?
From: Karin Claus [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, October 21, 2002 1:01 PM
Subject: Re: [at-l] more thru-hiker advice...
I love cotton. I took a cotton Tshirt, which I would
sleep in every night, and wear as town clothes.
I started out with 2 cotton shirts. This didn't work
when it got extremely hot. Once the temperature got to
be 100, bought one of those expensive wicking shirts.
Then I would wear the wicking shirt every day, and the
cotton shirt every night.
In Colorado I could get away with cotton shirts,
because when one gets sweaty, you just swap shirts,
and the one you took off would dry very quickly (low
I tried this on the trail, and I ended up with a soggy
wet shirt for days.
I also keep a bandana tied hobo style around my
cook-kit. It holds the cook-kit together. I use it
to clean the pot, dry the pot, pot holder, and
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