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(thank goodness im not the only girl now like last night),
oh yeah and VITAMINERAL GREEN.... the jar weighs about TWO POUNDS. my whole pack is only supposed to be 10 kilo.... but im not ditching that stuff... at the last minute i ditched a bunch of coconut oil vaccuum packs in the car. regret that one though. quick energy.. .
also in kristen´s pack... too much clothing,, namely a pair of huge, lined snow pants, ALSO getting mailed to self... i think id rather suffer in the rain or snow for a day or two than drag these pants all over "just in case". tent. sleeping bag. a bunch of those silver ¨emergency blankets" and yeah we are using them, both over and under the sleeping bag...
that climb to cebreiro was beautiful in the nice weather but seeing the 2 ft of snow on the roadsides really made me think about how impossible it would have been 2 weeks ago when that snow was falling.
Rebekah Scott wrote:not more than one person: A person and his/her dog. I think it´s a her, because she´s not afraid to cry when the situation warrants.
She is obviously having a tough time of it. But she obviously didn´t think through this whole thing in advance, either. A vegan in Spain. In January. With a dog. And those crackly silver "space blankets."
Rebekah Scott wrote:well, JohnnyEsparto... gender issues are somewhat outside my realm of expertise. There are probably counselors on here somewhere who can help you work that out.
Seriously, though, this thread started out on the belief that Kaybee was male. Only later did it become clear that "he" was a "she." But God´s love extends to all, no matter their equipment.
And her little dog, too.
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