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Mountain Home - 2013 blog entry
Our second day in Mountain Home began with us having the rare opportunity to sleep in. We're both getting better at waking up early (when John was working all those years in coffeehouses, he was getting up at least a couple of hours earlier than now) but it felt so good to sleep until sun was streaming in our windows. I guess John had a heart attack about that and thought ...
... was laundry day and we took off early since we were only doing crew laundry and our own (a few people on the show pay us to do their laundry each week but not today!). The laundromat was small but only a couple of people were there, so we had the run of the place. The man who owned the place apparently really admired Michael Jordan because it was decked out in posters, framed news articles and the like. He was ...
... soap leaflets - 6oz
-Battery- iPhone Charger + Cyclops Battery - 5oz
-First Aid- Bandaids, Blister treatment - 1oz
-Hydration- MSR 6liter Dromedary Bladder - 11 oz
+ Hydration kit
-Head Lamp- Princeton Tech EOS Headlamp - 3 oz
-Stuff Sacks- Sea to Summit 13L stuff sack x2 - 3 oz
Total -5 lb 7 oz
OVERALL BASE PACK WEIGHT - 17 lb 1 oz
-- PCT GEAR LIST COMING SOON!! --
... some powdered donuts and orange juice for breakfast (which turned out to be a mistake). We traveled on down the road snacking on our breakfast and getting some miles put behind us. We grabbed lunch I'm the town of Ravenden at Grandma's Country kitchen. I just had a baked potato since I had an upset stomach, Shane had a grilled cheese sandwich. We made our way to the town of Jonesboro. As we were passing through Jonesboro ...
... then realized what Bob had said he quickly picked it up and took it back to the bar. We got a chuckle out of that. We drove to a spot on the river and stopped to explore a bit. We met a goose family, mommy, daddy & 8 babies feeding on the shore. The daddy kept a close eye on me and when I got a little too close, he moved the family to the water and swam away. But not before I got some pics ...