Nature Calls Backpacking

Night Snow/Rain Hike Hammock to Annette Lake-Washington State Hiking

Went up after work to Annette Lake. Night Hike in the snow. Set up the hammock and enjoy the moment.

Equipment Used:
Cabelas Hiking Waterproof Boots- Great, had them for years
Smartwool socks-Awesome
Fjallraven Greenland Jeans-Can't say enough. Had some falls down the side of the trail and was happy I was wearing them.
Merino base longjohns
Wicking sport underwear
Wicking Nike Shirt
Merino wool sweater I got at the thrift-Awesome
Black Diamond down Vest-Great
Costco Down Sweater-Usually great but got wet, then it sucked
Old Helly Hansen shell- barely worked, will look to replace it.
Trapper hat-Loved it, lost it on a fall
OR Sombrero hat-Great, especially in the rain.

Kelty Super Tioga External Frame Pack-Didn't like, will sell off.
Camelback Bladder-Awesome
Kelty Noahs 16 Tarp-Love the tarp, but got real heavy when wet, couldn't shake off the water enough.
Home made Hammock, whoopie slings, tree huggers, and adjustable ridgeline
Homemade underquilt-Down, fabric Argon 67
REI Polar Pod sleeping bag-Synthetic to 30 degrees, nice design, now complaints. pillow pocket
REI Flash Pillow-Awesome
Luci Light-Solar Awesome
Snow Peak Snow Miner Headlamp-great, and is lantern also
Black Diamond Revolt-My favorite
Jetboil with Java press-bury me with this stove
Alite Monarch Butterfly Chair-Awesome