Discountable price Dark/Dim/Bright Switch Solar light outdoor – 12v 24v Led Work Lamp
Discountable price Dark/Dim/Bright Switch Solar light outdoor – 12v 24v Led Work Lamp Detail:
|Item Name：||Solar light||Carton size：||60||30||42|
|Storage Battery：||3.7V1000mAh||Carton CBM：||0.076|
|Light Source：||20PCS||qty/inner boxe||1|
|Color Temperature：||white||20′ GP|
motion activate for lighting
|IP Grade：||IP65||Item GW:（KG)|
|Main Material：||ABS .PC||NW/CTN：(KG)||0.21|
|Item Size：||135*128*60MM||Accessories：||1pcs*Solar Light|
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110 THE WHITES
The White Mountains, despite their difficulty and danger, are some of the most heavily traveled sections on the whole trail. The AT is free for everyone to hike and enjoy, but camping here will cost ya. *Click ‘SHOW MORE’ below for more notes about this video…
The vegetation above tree line is very fragile and all hikers are encouraged to camp at designated campgrounds, shelters, for a fee around $8 a night.
(0:04) Caretaker tents are semi-permanent and mounted on a wooden deck. Pretty snazzy! The attendants also perform maintenance and keep the privy clean. Note the tools on the front step.
(0:09) Haystack Mountain was all fogged in. Former thru-hiker ‘Clean Shaven’ joked in his video, “The views in the Whites, are just…white.”
(0:17) ’30 Pack’ camped on top, even with strong winds and the threat of rain. He proudly displayed his Redskins flag that he carried the whole 2200 miles! 30 Pack is also the poor hiker who was soaked by midnight water sprinklers at Dartmouth and was also bit on the behind by a Black Widow spider!
Elevation changes brought everyone’s mile count way down. It was just impossible to do the 20s we were easily doing before. The new norm for me was ten miles a day.
This was the only time I had no choice, but to go-to-ground, because of no trees. It was getting dark and I made a nest in a hole, surrounded by little bonsai Christmas trees only about 3 feet tall. The tarp was strung up using my hiking poles, but am glad it did not rain. You can tell by my voice I was excited to be hiking in the Whites! The dew was crazy, but the sunrise was worth it.
(0:49) Mount Lincoln is at 5089′ and the views were awesome! This is not a section to do without a guidebook and the AWOL was very helpful here. (Note the poem I wrote on the back cover).
(2:25) Zealand Falls Hut is at 2700′ and was built in 1932. Backcountry hut prices ‘start’ at $100 a night include supper & breakfast. All those bunks are usually pre-reserved by clubs and tourists.
Here’s the work-for-stay, motley crew for the night: ‘Otto’, ‘Ramblin Man’, ‘Perch’, & ‘Apollo’. (Clockwise from bottom center.) I like this pic a lot.
There is a long tradition of allowing a few AT thru-hikers to do “work-for-stay”. It’s first-come, first-serve. Just be one of the first 4 or so to arrive. Some huts take none, some take more. Also be prepared to wait around the rest of the day and to mop floors, clean windows – stuff like that.
Your reward is getting to eat leftovers after the paid guests are done with supper and you sleeping inside, on the dining room floor. A lot of hikers enjoy the experience.
Be warned, these slots are very sought-after and some hikers can be very competitive. If you get to a hut and they have already have picked a crew, you’ll either have to pay full price to stay, or hike on to the next campground or shelter, regardless of darkness or weather. Also, please try to be fair and not hog a job every night, so others can have a chance at the experience.
(2:35) The mornings started getting noticeable colder. I’m wearing 3 hats! This is the first time I mention my new girlfriend on the videos. I also saw a pretty, white owl the night before. It was as small as a soda can and landed on a branch, only a few feet above me, just checking me out.
(3:27) The Willey House snack bar is near the Crawford Notch trailhead parking lot. It has a small museum, fun gift shop, and creepy bathrooms. If you read this sign when you’re hungry, it appears to say “Chili Pizza” & “Fudge Soup!” Yum! I had a big pretzel and ice cream. I’ll try the fudge soup next time. Of course the payphones did not work so I ended up sending postcards.
(3:33) This was the former site of the Willey House that operated as an Inn up to 1826. During a terrible storm, a whole family, and two workers, heard a frightening rock slide and ran out of the house, only to be swept away to their deaths. Amazingly, the house was unharmed as a very large boulder deflected the debris. Here is what the large house looked like… (http://i936.photobucket.com/albums/ad206/SnakeSession/s-l1600%20notch.jpg).
(3:36) A wild turkey.
(3:43) View down to Willey House.
(3:46) The climb up Mount Jackson, 4052′, was challenging and there were thunderstorms and wind in the forecast. High elevation is the last place you want to be in bad weather.
That’s Mizpah Hut in the distance, 6 miles away and Mount Washington, 12.5 out. It ALWAYS has ominous clouds around the top, like Castle Grayskull from the He-Man universe!
(4:29) This curious bird almost landed on my shoulder and followed me for several minutes.
(4:34) Mizpah Hut. Notice the work-for-stay crew waiting outside and a wood frame pack, leaning against the wall.
(4:42) It was getting scary dark. I was VERY concerned about the impending storms and was happy to find some trees at 4000′ to set up camp out of the wind. I did not know then, that I would be stuck here for 2 full days. The Whites or no joke.
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