Winter learning

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Re: Winter learning

Postby Dex » Thu Sep 13, 2012 4:06 pm

Mountain_Ninja wrote:
Dex wrote:And be prepared to spend some money.

Lol yeah, (costly) comfort certainly makes a difference when the winter wind is blasting in your face, that much I've learned.

Here's an old list - it has changed some - this might help some.

I just noticed, I'm missing snow shoes on that list - another 5 pounds

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