Clockwise from jerky: flattened dried bananas, tea/emergen-c/electrolytes, fish oil, multivitamin, rice krispie treat, cocaine (jk it’s magnesium powder), chocolate protein powder, gf oreos, chia seeds, banana chips, prunes, bars, nutz, dried peas, dried spinach, raisins, granola #1, granola #2, dried split pea soup (alternates with dried refried beans and dried curried lentil soup), more bars, almonds in the middle. To purchase in town: chips, chips, chips, and whatever else seems edible and gluten/dairy/soy free
8 thoughts on “anatomy of a resupply box”
Aghhhh.. I have no idea yet what I will be putting in my resupply boxes. It constantly weighs on my mind. Unfortunately, many of your selections wouldn’t work for me, though they look interesting. Mountain House, here I come… 🙂
mmm, Cherry Cobbler Larabar. Try Trader Joe’s dried mango’s some time. Veddy Good.
What’s the time frame that this resupply will support? I like your real foods approach.
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2014 01:59:33 +0000 To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Louis- I can’t eat trader joe’s dried mango since I threw it up on the PCT last year, unfortunately
Doug- This is for a hundred miles and will be supplemented with lots o’ chips from the store
Oh I love your posts I always get a laugh out loud! Thank you. I also like the colourful blanket. I’m intrigued by the dried spinach – do you dry it yourself?
Uh Oh I just read your other posts about food and yes, you do dehydrate it yourself. Sorry I’ll do my homework before asking premature questions again. Best of luck on your hike!
I remember the banana flavor permeating everything. Good luck with them. Have an awesome walk.
Hook me up with some of your resupply info if you get a minute–I’d love to send you some homemade goodness!
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