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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

BAJA - XXV TRAVESIA BAJA - 100 2011 EDITION


XXV TRAVESIA BAJA - 100 2011 EDITION

The pleasure of hiking across Baja California, led us to hold an annual event which we call the "Travesía Baja 100 ®." A group of friends who advocate the camping spirit and love Baja California has emerged of these field trips. This year marks Travesía Baja-100´s 25th anniversary.

The Travesía is an event which fosters the sport, friendships, reaching out to that which is down to earth and nature and is great for personal development and thus we find it valuable enough to encourage and share it with our own family.

The Travesía Baja 100 ® consists in walking/hiking departing from Playa Altamira located 15 km from the village of El Nuevo Rosarito, Baja California on the Pacific Coast and arriving to Bahia de los Angeles on the Gulf of California. The course is approximately 110 kms. which we walk within three-day time. The spirit of the event is that of adventure: it is not a competition, and everyone is a winner.

We have made a checking-in appointment on Thursday, November 17, 2011, throughout the whole day, at Playa Altamira, on the Pacific beachfront; entrance is 6 kms. South of the village of El Nuevo Rosarito off the Carretera Transpeninsular, precisely at a beachfront site marked as base camp. The hike starts the next day on Friday November 18 at 7:00 am.

All participants arrive organized in teams of two, three and up to seven members each. Each team is totally self-sufficient carrying all food, water, tents, transport equipment and other necessities, since there will be no facilities or services in the communities where the event passes. At the end of the day all groups get together in one large camp (rest stops) fostering camaraderie between the teams.

The Travesía has two types of participants: hikers and support team.

The hikers who leave camp early to carry out their part; hike per day varies from 25 to 50 kms.

The motorized support (usually the hiker’s parents, wife, children or friends) starts a little later aiding the hikers along the Travesía and at the end of the day, setting up camp.

It is important to mention that at no time persons organizing the event shall be held liable for accidents, damages or otherwise, as no responsibility is assumed.

We solely coordinate the participating teams. Each team itself is responsible for the decision it has taken of crossing the peninsula from coast to coast: from the Pacific Coast to the Gulf of California.
The idea of adventure has nurtured this group of adventurers. The charisma of the unknown and of adventure that this Travesía has and should have has motivated us all to participate.

As for the risks taken by those participating in the event, they are the same risks as those taken by a group of hunters or hikers in the desert. We have extensive information on maps and data and are provided to any team accepted to participate in the event.

The event concludes on Sunday, November 20 arriving at the beachfront of Bahia de Los Angeles (Gulf of California), where we greet the hikers at the finish line and afterwards gather to exchange anecdotes; returning home on Monday, November 21.

Lastly, it is important to mention that good health and excellent physical condition is required in order to complete the Travesía and to fully enjoy this adventure.

Those wishing to participate are informed that acceptance is limited and subject to approval. Deadline for submitting entry form is October 31, 2011. For requesting further details and information contact Salvador Leon during working hours by phone (686) 552-98-48, mobile (686) 109-08-26 in Mexicali, B.C. or e-mail travesiabaja100@gmail.com



BACKGROUND:

THIS YEAR THERE WILL BE A HIKE ADVENTURE OF "CROSSING THE BAJA CALIFORNIA PENINSULA: FROM THE PACIFIC OCEAN (PLAYA ALTAMIRA) TO THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA (BAHIA DE LOS ANGELES). THOSE WHO LOVE HIKING HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO ENJOY THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY OF THE PENINSULA, AS WE CROSS THROUGH PART OF BAJA CALIFORNIA’S CENTRAL DESERT NATIONAL PARK, "WHERE YOU CAN ADMIRE THE CIRIO, GIANT CARDON, TOROTE TREE, AS WELL AS TO CAMP NEXT TO THE BEAUTIFUL MISSION SAN BORJA, ENJOY THE ATTRACTIONS THE SITE OFFERS SUCH AS HOT SPRINGS, THE REMAINS OF THE OLD MISSION (ADOBE) AND ITS ANCIENT GARDENS, CAVE PAINTINGS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS OF THE PLACE. THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY OF THIS REGION’S BEACHES, VALLEYS AND GORGES CAN ALSO BE ENJOYED.


HOW IS THE EVENT CARRIED OUT?

VARIOUS GROUPS OF FRIENDS AND GROUPS THAT PRACTICE AND LOVE HIKING ARE INVITED TO ORGANIZE THEMSELVES INTO 100% SELF-SUFFICIENT TEAMS: WITH ITS OWN MOTORIZED SUPPORT AND ASSISTANCE STAFF, THE GROUP’S OWN PICK-UP OR JEEP, ANY EQUIPMENT OR NECESSITIES REQUIRED FOR ITS TRANSPORTATION AND SURVIVAL (WATER, FOOD, EQUIPMENT, CAMPING TOOLS, ETC.).


WHEN?

THE MEETING PLACE SHALL BE THE EVENING OF NOVEMBER 17, 2011, AT PLAYA ALTAMIRA 15 KM FROM THE VILLAGE OF "EL NUEVO ROSARITO." MARKINGS ARE PLACED INDICATING THE CAMP’S EXACT LOCATION RIGHT NEXT TO THE SITE FOR DEPARTING ON THE PACIFIC COAST. THERE ARE NO HOTELS OR SERVICES OF ANY KIND, (NEAREST HOTELS ARE 3 HOURS AWAY AT BAHIA DE LOS ANGELES). THE TRAVESIA STARTS THE NEXT DAY NOVEMBER 18, 2011 AT 7:00 AM ON THE BEACHFRONT MENTIONED ABOVE.

IT IS APPROXIMATELY A 12-HOUR DRIVE FROM MEXICALI, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO. IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU TRAVEL IN GROUPS OF TWO OR MORE VEHICLES FOR MUTUAL ASSISTANCE DURING THE TRIP AND ABOVE ALL FOR SAFETY REASONS.

THE DETAILS:

1. THE COURSE TO FOLLOW (SEE MAP PROVIDED) IS 110 KMS. LONG TO BE WALKED IN THREE STAGES.

50 KMS. ON NOVEMBER 18, 2011
25 KMS. ON NOVEMBER 19, 2011
35 KMS. ON NOVEMBER 20, 2011




ON DAY ONE, YOU WALK THE LONGEST DISTANCE. THE TERRAIN VARIES FROM SANDY TO TALC (VERY LOOSE EARTH). ALWAYS FOLLOW THE MAP PROVIDED BECAUSE THE POSSIBILITY OF GETTING LOST IS VERY HIGH!
DAY TWO IS TOUGH BECAUSE IN MANY PLACES YOU WILL ENCOUNTER SEVERAL HILLS AS YOU CROSS THE SIERRA. THE TERRAIN IS VERY ROCKY (ANKLES BEWARE!) VERY STRONG LEGS ARE REQUIRED.
ON DAY THREE YOU WALK ON A BACKCOUNTRY ROAD FOR APPROXIMATELY 8 KM AND THE REST OF THE COURSE IS WALKING ON THE PAVED ROAD LEADING TO BAHIA DE LOS ANGELES, WITH MULTIPLE ASCENTS AND DESCENTS AS YOU ENTER INTO TOWN. (WALKING ON PAVEMENT IS HARD. IT IS SUGGESTED YOU USE TENNIS SHOES ON THIS DAY, ALTHOUGH IT IS OPTIONAL)

2. THERE IS NO WATER ALONG/THROUGHOUT THE TRAVESIA; PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING IT FROM HOME FOR THEIR OWN CONSUMPTION. IT IS SUGGESTED THAT YOU BRING A MINIMUM OF 6 TO 8 QUARTS PER DAY PER HIKER, PLUS ADDITIONAL WATER TO BE USED FOR COOKING AND PERSONAL HYGIENE.
3. THE FINISH LINE IS IN THE TOWN OF BAHIA DE LOS ANGELES, THE EXACT PLACE IS MARKED.

ALL SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE IN THIS TOWN: HOTELS, GASOLINE, TENTS, STORE, SATELLITE PHONES, INTERNET (NO SIGNAL FOR MOBILE CELL PHONES).

4. THE ROUTE HAS 3 CAMPS OR REST STOPS AS INDICATED IN THE MAP PROVIDED.

5. THE TERRAIN VARIES FROM SANDY TO "TALC" AND IN SOME AREAS VERY ROCKY, SO USE OF HIKING BOOTS WITH GOOD ANKLE SUPPORT IS SUGGESTED. GOOD FOOTWEAR IS VERY IMPORTANT SINCE A TWISTED ANKLE OR BLISTERS CAN MAKE THE TRAVESIA VERY DIFFICULT OR IMPOSSIBLE TO COMPLETE.

6. GOOD PHYSICAL TRAINING IS REQUIRED (REGULARLY PRACTICE EACH WEEK HIKING RUNNING, CYCLING) IN ORDER TO FULLY ENJOY THIS TRAVESIA WITHOUT DIFFICULTIES, SINCE IT IS AN 8 TO 12 HOUR PER DAY HIKE FOR 3 DAYS.

7. ADEQUATE AND COMFORTABLE HIKING CLOTHING FOR THE JOURNEY, NOT TIGHT FITTING, IS SUGGESTED. CARRY HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS AND LONG PANTS, (THERE ARE MANY THORNY BUSHES, CHOYAS, YOU MAY SUNBURN AND LATE IN THE AFTERNOON IT IS QUITE CHILLY). THE NIGHTS ARE VERY CHILLY AND THE DAYS ARE TEMPERATE.

8. EACH TEAM MUST HAVE ITS OWN SUPPORT VEHICLES IN GOOD CONDITION. PICK-UPS ARE SUGGESTED (FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE IS NOT NECESSARY UNLESS IT RAINS). VEHICLES MUST HAVE GOOD TIRES TO AVOID HAVING BLOWN TIRES FROM ROCKS AND SUFFICIENT TOOLS FOR REPAIRS, IF REQUIRED.

9. IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT VEHICLES CARRY TWO-WAY RADIOS SET TO CHANNEL 1 SUBCHANNEL 15 FOR COMMUNICATION.


10. DURING THE ENTIRE CROSSING WE PASS ONLY 2 RANCHES, SO NO KIND OF HELP IS AVAILABLE.

11. TO HIKE:
USE ANKLE-SUPPORT HIKING BOOTS AND A PAIR OF TENNIS SHOES FOR RESTING.
TEAMING A THIN INNER SOCK WITH A THICKER OUTER SOCK IS SUGGESTED: THE LINER SOCKS MADE OF NYLON AND / OR POLYPROPYLENE AND THICKER OUTER SOCKS OF COTTON BLEND. THIS SYSTEM PREVENTS FRICTION BETWEEN THE SKIN AND THE SHOE THUS PREVENTING BLISTERS.
LOOSE COMFORTABLE CLOTHING- ENOUGH CHANGES FOR 5 DAYS.
HATS, CAPS.
CANTEEN, 2 QUART CAPACITY CAMEL-BACK FOR WATER (MINIMUM CONSUMPTION IS 6-8 QUARTS OF WATER PER DAY PER PERSON).
WHISTLE, MATCHES, COMPASS, CAMP KNIFE, MIRROR (FOR SIGNALS), MANDATORY!
SUNGLASSES.
SMALL BACKPACK (FOR CARRYING SNACKS FOR ONE DAY, WINDBREAKER, ETC).

12. FOODS TO CARRY WHILE HIKING:
• NUTS, CHOCOLATE, GRANOLA, NUTS, DATES, RAISINS.
• FRESH FRUIT, BANANAS, ORANGES, APPLES
• GATORADE POWDER.
• ONLY 2 MEALS CAN BE COOKED: BREAKFAST AND DINNER; LUNCH IS LIGHT (ON THE GO).

13. THE CLIMATE FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR IS EXPECTED TO BE VERY COLD IN THE MORNINGS, EVENINGS AND NIGHTS (LESS THAN 50º F) HAZY AND WINDY, DURING THE DAY, SLIGHTLY WARM (75º F). UNLESS MOTHER NATURE PROVIDES OTHERWISE! IT HAS RAINED ON OCCASION.
14. RESPONSIBILITIES AND ORGANIZATION OF EACH GROUP OR PATROL.
EACH GROUP SHOULD BE AUTONOMOUS AND 100% SELF-SUFFICIENT (FOOD, WATER, EQUIPMENT, TRANSPORT). THE CAPTAIN OR PATROL LEADER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS GROUP’S SECURITY AND DISCIPLINE. ALONG WITH ITS MOTORIZED SUPPORT ALL MUST FOLLOW THE ROUTE AS PRE-ESTABLISHED FOR THIS EVENT.
THE MOTORIZED SUPPORT MUST ASSIST ITS GROUP OF HIKERS DURING THE CROSSING, ENSURING THAT THEY HAVE ENOUGH WATER, FOOD OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF ASSISTANCE REQUIRED. THE SUPPORT TEAM MUST EFFICIENTLY ASSIST THEIR WALKERS SETTING UP CAMP FOR THEM.
DO NOT CARRY FIREARMS OR WEAPONS, NO LITTERING (EACH GROUP SHALL COLLECT ITS OWN TRASH AND PROPERLY DISPOSE OF IT IN BAHIA DE LOS ANGELES). NO EXCESSIVE DRINKING, NO NOISE: DEFINITELY NO MOTORCYCLES OR TRICYCLES (TWO, THREE OR FOUR WHEELED ATV´S).


ALL FELLOW PARTICIPANTS MUST BE SHOWN RESPECT.

15. ALL KIND OF MUSIC MUST BE SHUT DOWN AT 10:00 PM IN ORDER TO RESPECT FELLOW PARTICIPANTS WHO WISH TO GO TO BED EARLY TO REST AFTER THEIR DAILY HIKE.
IF ALCOHOL IS CONSUMED, IT MUST BE MADE IN A REPONSIBLE WAY OUT OF RESPECT FOR FAMILIES WHO PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT.
ALL TYPES OF LAMPS, LIGHTS, REFLECTORS, ETC. MUST BE TURNED OFF NO LATER THAN 10:00 PM

16. THIS ADVENTURE HAS BEEN THOUGHT UP BY A GROUP OF FRIENDS WHO LOVE NATURE AND OUR PENINSULA. WE ASK PARTICIPANTS TO TAKE CARE OF ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS. WE SHALL OVERSEE THAT NO TRASH IS LEFT BEHIND AND NO DAMAGE TO THE FLORA AND FAUNA IS CAUSED, AND THAT THE SCARCE WATER EXISTING IN THIS REGION IS NOT CONTAMINATED.

17. WE ARE ASKING FOR AN AT-COST FEE OF $ 100.00 U.S. DOLLARS TOWARDS THE EVENT’S ORGANIZATION.

18. SUBMIT APPLICATION ENTRIES BY CONTACTING:

• SALVADOR LEON MIRANDA IN MEXICALI, B.C.
• PHONE: (686) 552-9848
• MOBILE: (686) 109-0826 TELCEL
• E-MAIL: TRAVESIABAJA100@GMAIL.COM


DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTING ENTRIES FOR PARTICIPATING: OCTOBER 31, 2011

LIMITED ENROLLMENT


PRIVATE EVENT - WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO ADMISSION


DUTIES OF THE SUPPORT TEAM
THE SUPPORT PERSON OF THE BAJA-100 IS OF VITAL IMPORTANCE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THIS ADVENTURE, AS WELL AS TO THE SUCCESS AND SAFETY OF "WALKERS" BEING ASSISTED.

"SUPPORT", AS WE CALL THIS IMPORTANT PART OF THE TEAM PARTICIPATING IN THE TRAVESIA, USUALLY COMPRISES SEVERAL PEOPLE THOUGH IN SOME CASES IT MAY BE ONLY ONE.

HIS/HER GENERAL DUTIES ARE THE FOLLOWING:
1. TO DRIVE TRANSPORT VEHICLES, BEING RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THE UNIT IS OPERATING EFFICIENTLY AND IN "PERFECT" MECHANICAL CONDITIONS.

2. TO KEEP IN ORDER, OVERSEE, AND CARRY THE CAMPING EQUIPMENT, FOOD; TOOLS, AND OTHER NECESSITIES OF ITS OWN GROUP "ENSURING" THAT HIKERS UNDER THEIR CARE CARRY THEIR MANDATORY SURVIVAL EQUIPMENT!
3. COORDINATE WITH THE "GROUP’S LEADER" THE HIKER’S NECESSITIES, ASSISTANCE, SECURITY, FOLLOW AND OVERSEE THAT THE COURSE IS FOLLOWED, FOOD, WATER (MINIMUM 6-8 QUARTS PER DAY!), AND ANY OTHER NECESSITIES ARISING DURING THE CROSSING.
REMEMBER THEY HIKE A DAILY AVERAGE OF 35 TO 50 KM IN 8 TO 12 HOURS!
4. NEVER EVER, LOOSE CONTACT FOR MORE THAN A MAXIMUM OF 2 HOURS WITH ITS OWN GROUP OF WALKERS, LESS IF EVENING IS FALLING, IT CAN BE DANGEROUS FOR THEM (SUPPORT = 100% SECURITY, ASSISTANCE)
5. VERY IMPORTANT IS TO FOLLOW ITS OWN PATROL, BUT WITHOUT INTERFERING WITH WALKERS (DO NOT FOLLOW THEM ON THEIR HEELS!), SO AS NOT TO CAUSE ACCIDENTS OR DISCOMFORT DURING THE CROSSING. (CONTACT EVERY 2 HOURS)
6. NEVER SHOULD ANY WALKER BE LEFT BEHIND, AND IF SOMEONE IS WAY AHEAD, HE/SHE MUST BE WELL PROVIDED FOR TO SAFELY WAIT UNTIL THE OTHERS CATCH UP WITH HIM/HER. (WATER, FOOD, CLOTHING, ETC.).
7. AT THE CAMPSITE, THE SUPPORT SHOULD HAVE READY AT THE END OF THE DAY ALL NECESSARY EQUIPMENT: CHAIRS, REFRESHMENTS, KITCHENETTE READY AND DINNER PREPARED TO GREET OWN HIKERS. (THEY ALWAYS ARRIVE VERY HUNGRY AND THIRSTY).





8. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THAT EACH "PATROL GROUP’S" WORK IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF ITS TEAM AND ALL MUST PARTICIPATE IN THE EFFORT OF SETTING UP THEIR OWN CAMPS IN THE DESIGNATED CAMPING SITE.
SUPPORT PERSONS ARE NOT SERVANTS !

HOWEVER IT SHOULD BE NOTED THAT, GENERALLY THE HIKER IS EXHAUSTED AT THE END OF EACH DAY, BEING LIMITED HIS/HER HELP NEVERTHELESS PARTICIPATION IS NECESSARY!
9. SUPPORT PERSONS ARE ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ASSISTING THEIR OWN HIKERS FIRST, HOWEVER OUT OF SOLIDARITY AND FELLOWSHIP IT IS POSSIBLE TO ASSIST OTHER PARTICIPANTS THAT MIGHT BE HAVING DIFFICULTIES.
REMEMBER THIS TRAVESIA IS "COEXISTENCE AMONG FRIENDS".

10. LASTLY, THE SUPPORT PERSON IS VERY IMPORTANT WITHIN THE TEAM. IT IS THE OTHER HALF OF AN EFFICIENT HIKER!


PLAYA ALTAMIRA - BAHIA DE LOS ANGELES (November 18 through 20, 2011)

Fellow friends of Baja California:
It is our intention that we all enjoy this exciting adventure, in harmony with nature. Here are expressed some recommendations that undoubtedly you will be glad to observe:
Handling of trash:
Not only is it important not to leave trash behind, but our aim is to foster the habit of collecting what we find in our step. It is worth leaving fields and roads cleaner than how we found them.
Handling of… .. (going potty):
Each time, more people camp in a relatively small area. Daily, all or most of us pay tribute to nature. It is therefore important to make a deep enough hole to completely cover both the waste and the cleansing instrument. Use of a shovel will make things easier.
Handling of waste:
It is advisable to reduce the use of disposable items such as cups, plates, cutlery, etc.. To the extent that you avoid using them, the garbage will be easier to control, and definitely no plastic burning.
Handling of the flora:
As we all know, it is scarce in the desert. It is best we show respect for little there is. In addition, this is a national park and taking samples of plants, wood or any type of vegetation is prohibited. Avoid being sanctioned by authorities.
Respect for and care of private property - ranches:
During the crossing we will cross through some small Ranches. It is very important to close door fences so cattle do not go astray.

Thank you for your participation in this XXV Travesia Baja-100 ®.

We hope it is a memorable experience.

XXV Travesia Baja 100 ® 2011
APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION
Please include a 3” x 2” face photo scanned or in jpeg format.
NAME :_______________________________________________________________________
GROUP’S LEADER NAME :________________________________________________________
GROUP’S NAME :_______________________________________________________________
ADDRESS___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
PHONE(S)_____________________________________________________________________
EMAIL________________________________________________________________________
CITY__________________________________STATE___________COUNTRY________________
Participant’s T-shirt size: M_____ L_____ XL______
Number of persons in the Group __________
support in vehicles ___________
Person to be notified in case of accident :__________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________
PHONE._______________________________________________________________________ADDRESS______________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
Signed: _____________________________________________DATE____________________
By signing, I declare that I am aware of the conditions and risks inherent in the XXV TRAVESIA Baja 100, and agree to assume all of those risks as well as to abide by the dispositions of its coordinators. I hereby waive any and all rights to claims for loss, damages or otherwise and release them of any liability that might arise.

AT-COST FEE PER PARTICIPANT: $ 100.00 U.S DOLLARS (NON-REFUNDABLE).
Children under 12 are free if accompanied by an adult participant. One child per adult.



CHECKLIST

First aid


 First Aid Manual
 Handkerchief  Band aids  Sterile gauze tape -  Folding scissors  Aspirin or OTC NSAID´s Water filter -Tablets - drops.
 Diarrhea medicine  Prescribed medications  'Second skin' Tape for blisters
 Ointments, Sore muscle ointment



TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT
 Mechanical check-up
 Good tires + spares.  Towing Cable  Booster cables  Jack, tire iron  Extra set of car keys  Basic tools  Equipment for repairing flats  Battery or electric Air compressor, Extinguisher  Motor and transmission oils, brakes, air filter  5-gallon gas tank, (two tanks is suggested)  Brake and power steering fluids  Canvas(es), tarp(s) Two-Way Radios for communication. (at least 5 mile range)  Hose and / or funnel for gas, oil.  Gas Additive  Hoses, belts  Duct - tape  Flares  Plastic boxes for carrying equipment  Tools for breakdowns
GENERAL

 Topographic maps
 Camera equipment
 Memory card or stick
 Radio, batteries
 Binoculars
 Watch
 Id card, IFE, driver license.
 Money, credit/debit card


camping

 Tent
 Sleeping Bag  Cot  Foldable chair  Cooler  gas or battery camp lamp  Nylon rope  Flashlight  Batteries  Swiss knife  Pots, plates, glasses, etc..  Portable stove  Grill  Canteens, Camel Back  A small backpack  5-gallon water tank, per person.  Portable toilet (sun shower)  Compass, whistle
aluminum tarp (space blanket)  Plastic trash bags  Work gloves  Shovel - axe


Grooming
 Toilet paper  Soap, toothbrush, tooth paste  Brush, comb  SunBlock protection  Mirror  Towels  Sunglasses.  "Wet ones", baby wipes  Chap stick, lip protection
FOOD (SUGGESTIONS)
 Gatorade  Dried fruit, dates,  Raisins, etc..  Granola, chocolate,  Nuts  Oranges, apples, etc..  Dehydrated soup  Canned Tuna, sardines, Ham  Sodas, juices, (cans)  Cooking oil  Tacos, sandwiches.  Wholesome and hearty food, carne asada, etc.  Eggs, ham, etc..  Tortillas, bread, biscuits.  Salt, sugar, coffee, cream  Instant Chocolate in envelopes  Beer, ice, wine, etc.



Clothes
 Handkerchief  T-shirts  Shorts  Pants  Shirts  Clothes  Thermal clothing  Jacket  Windbreaker  Sweatshirt and pants  Woolen hat  Hat  Gloves  Thick socks, thin socks Raincoat
 Swim suit Tennis, sandals, crocs
 Hiking boots
 Underwear.