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URL icon « Reply #150 on: May 06, 2011, 01:00:28 PM »

 Wave  Ok gang, I've reviewed the pack list that was last updated in 2007. Made a few changes for this years special events and am ready to repost!

Drum roll please  budumdum-joke

The 2011 Version of Hippie Js Ultimate pack list

Tickets - wallet - cash
Ez ups with spikes
Tent
Ground cloth
Nylon twine
Sleeping Bag
Therma rests
Pillows
condoms
Flashlight/head lamps
Walkie Talkies
camera
batteries
cell phone w xtra battery
charging cable
Quarters (for showers)
comfy shoes and sandals
lotsa socks
Clothes - long sleeved t shirts
skirt - tie die for rumballs
Big straw hat
sunscreen/sunglasses
reading glasses
rain suit
water bottles
day pack
duck call
bocce balls

wagon

shaving kit
bath towel
lotion
lip balm
toothbrush
hair brush
comb
foot slave

folding table
kitchen sinks
sink table
5 gallon buckets
cutting boards
2 burner coleman stove
white gas
bar towels
waffle irons
spray on corn oil
sourdough starter
weber
charcoal
jumiper for smoking
chimney firestarter
small skillet
wok
saucepan
paper plates
festival cups
metal cups
silverware
spatula
knife bag
tongs
dishpans
dr bronners soap
tin foil, and zip lock, and garbage bags
compost, recycle, and garbage buckets
cubitaners for water

festival chairs
camp chairs
tarpage

dry food ice chest
oyster ice chest
water cooler

Lanterns
Small propane bottles
Mantles
Matches


minidisk recorder
stereo mic
headphones
big battery
solar panel with regulator
blank mini discs
mic stand stands
small mixer
gig rack
gaffers tape
electrical tape
cables
small flashlight
cable adapters

hammer
rope
string
screwdriver
needle nose
vise grips
channel locks
wire cutter
felcos
swiss army knife
matte knife
wax
tennis balls
gaffers tape

Are there any questions?

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URL icon « Reply #151 on: May 06, 2011, 01:26:49 PM »

Ok gang, I've reviewed the pack list that was last updated in 2007.

condoms

Are there any questions?

Jerry, I don't know why you are bringing condoms . . . you still have same ones from 2007 . . .  LOL
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URL icon « Reply #152 on: May 06, 2011, 01:30:43 PM »

 Thumbs Up This is most awesome, as usual!  Thumbs Up

Thank Dog we have the Town Park Lama with us here on the FestiForum to share his incredible enlightenment! I know I appreciate it!  Cheers Let the Packin' for Telluride commence (or continue for many of us).  Are we almost there?  Pertnear trampling down to the wire now!

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URL icon « Reply #153 on: May 06, 2011, 01:35:46 PM »

And, by all means, DON'T FORGET YOUR FOOT SLAVE!!!!!

(or, anoint (ha!) a newbie virgin to be one!)
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URL icon « Reply #154 on: May 06, 2011, 01:42:02 PM »

 Thumbs Up Or be ready for Hooch's annual late-night Foot Slave Roundup!  horsey
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URL icon « Reply #155 on: May 06, 2011, 02:06:52 PM »

I just saw what I want for Mother's Day....they have been asking

A Coleman Dutch Oven w/ a box of  Dutch oven Liners......
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URL icon « Reply #156 on: May 09, 2011, 10:23:31 AM »

 Wave I just got off the phone with Durango Dave realizing that I left the big inverter off this list. The solar powered PA needs 1000 watts. I'll pack the little three hundred for the food processor and the coffee grinder. Someone else will have to bring the blender this year :)

We are gonna have so much fun this year.

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URL icon « Reply #157 on: May 09, 2011, 11:58:32 PM »

Hippie I don't see an ice cream maker on that list?
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URL icon « Reply #158 on: May 19, 2011, 12:50:56 PM »

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URL icon « Reply #159 on: May 20, 2011, 07:12:03 PM »

Awsome List Wave
ISO - Foot slave

Well, I checked and there is no absolute definition in the Festivarian Dictionary, but be advised that a "Foot Slave" is one that prepares your feet for a "Toe Job" or corrects that affliction "Festi-Feet" (i.e., helps you clean and lotion massages your feet before, during or after many days of FESTIVVVAAALLL!!!).

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URL icon « Reply #160 on: May 20, 2011, 10:45:34 PM »

Yea I learned the ultimate lesson last year.
 TX humidity  for 2 months then 9 days in new chac's in CO's crisp air Festival dust mud beer hmm and some funk that still wont come off .. well just dried my pups right up to a blistrously cracked up mess that reburst with every step..I had indeed contracted one of the 2ND worse cases of ???? you guessed it right!   festi-feet... so I found myself doing the crawl but not from the good drink.... and there on my hands and knees I vowed to search out the answer... After consulting much wise counsel...  hhhmmm (opinions may vary on the counsel ha)
The anwser is given is .. One must find foot slave.
So  my quest continues.

Its blu goo till then  Woo hoo
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URL icon « Reply #161 on: May 22, 2011, 05:37:55 PM »

 Wave I am flying so what do I definitely need to pack and bring??  Tess

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URL icon « Reply #162 on: May 22, 2011, 06:41:29 PM »

Wave I am flying so what do I definitely need to pack and bring??  Tess

It's pretty easy if you are with an established camp or have friends bringing the main gear for your camp. I'm "Going Greyhound", am very fortunate that someone else is bringing my tent and a cot to borrow, and have it down to the following.... I think....

Warm Sleeping Gear
Sleeping bag
Lightweight Down Comforter for inside the bag
Sleeping bag liner (just in case of extreme cold)


Personal
Shoes (boots, sneakers, sandals)
Socks
Underclothes
Clothing (12/14 Days for me)
Fleece pullover
Toiletries
Towel(s)
Bathing suit
Jacket/parka/rain jacket
Hat!
Chap Stick
Sunscreen
CAMERA!!!

For Camp
"Hippo Campus" Banner
Chair
Nalgene
Plate/bowl
Fork, knife, spoon
Favorite Mug
8 x 10 tarp (for tent footprint)
Bungi cords (just a few)




... and the backgammon board if it fits in the rolling suitcase!

If you are flying I would do a rolling bag packed right up to the 50 lb. weight max, a carry on bag and use a backpack as your purse/man bag.


You'd be SHOCKED!  EEK! at how much "stuff" I've dragged to Telluride and never used. Trying to pair down this year... I'll let you know how it goes.  Rolleyes

For the most part, if you are traveling "light", remember to bring things to take care of YOU while you are camping at altitude in possible 90 degree hot/25 degree cold weather. Layers of clothing you can peel off when it gets warm is the best way to go!

GOOD LUCK!!!  Thumbs Up

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URL icon « Reply #163 on: May 22, 2011, 09:50:13 PM »

Gloves, winter hat
added to list
quarters for showers
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URL icon « Reply #164 on: May 22, 2011, 09:53:07 PM »

Gloves, winter hat
added to list
quarters for showers

Ooo..  EEK! Thanks Deb!
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