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Gear Back pack 1 but preferably 2 1-liter nalgene or similar water bottles 1 back packing stove (operating off butane/propane mix preferably) per 2 Scouts. 1 can butane/propane mix Cooking pot to boil water, designed for pack stove Plastic bowl Spork Waterproof matches or lighter Flashlight or headlamp with fresh batteries Ground pad Sleeping bag (best if it compresses into a compression bag) Walking sticks (optional, some really like them) Pillow case (optional, stuff clothing in them to make the pillow) Knife (small, lightweight) Tent and tarp (broken down and shared by two or three Scouts) Small plastic garbage bag Clothing Good hiking boots, waterproof, and preferably broken in. Extra shirt, socks per day Rain gear or poncho (preferable, so it can also cover backpack) Fleece jacket or other warm jacket Light gloves Toboggan

Personal items toothbrush and tooth paste Antiseptic hand cleanser comb Food Trail mix, energy bars, or other favorite non-crushable, non-perishable snacks, 2 to 3 per day Lunch: something cold and ready to eat such as sandwhich, chips, fruit, beef jerky, etc. Dinner: Preferably something hot, such as freeze dried Mountain House or other just-add-water ready to eat meals Breakfast: Preferably something hot, such as instant oatmeal, Mountain House or other just-add-water ready to eat meals.

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Canoe and Hike trip
Gear Back pack 1 but preferably 2 1-liter nalgene or similar water bottles 1 back packing stove (operating off butane/propane mix preferably) per 2 Scouts. 1 can butane/propane mix Cooking pot to boil water, designed for pack stove Plastic bowl if you can't eat out of the pouch the food comes in Spork (combo fork/spoon) Waterproof matches or lighter Flashlight or headlamp with fresh batteries Ground pad Sleeping bag (best if it compresses into a compression bag) Pillow case (optional, stuff clothing in them to make the pillow) Knife (small, lightweight) Tent and tarp (broken down and shared by two or three Scouts) Small plastic garbage bag Dry bag (could be doubled garbage bags, or large zip lock) to protect things that shouldn't get wet Straps to secure gear in canoes Paddles Life jackets Canoes Clothing Swimsuit Water shoes, preferably closed toed for walking/light hiking Light camp towel Extra shirt, socks per day Rain gear or poncho (preferable, so it can also cover backpack) Fleece jacket or other warm jacket Light gloves Toboggan Supplied by Scout Scout Troop Troop Troop Scout Scout Scout Scout Scout Scout Scout Scout Troop Scout Scout Troop Troop Troop Troop

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Personal items toothbrush and tooth paste Antiseptic hand cleanser comb

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Food Trail mix, energy bars, or other favorite non-crushable, non-perishable snacks, 2 to 3 per day Lunch: something cold and ready to eat such as sandwhich, chips, fruit, beef jerky, etc. Dinner: Preferably something hot, such as freeze dried Mountain House or other just-add-water ready to eat meals Breakfast: Preferably something hot, such as instant oatmeal, Mountain House or other just-add-water ready to eat meals.

Notes for Fontana Trip

Forecast dependent Forecast dependent Forecast dependent

Get a hair cut instead!

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