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29 Sep 2015
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Maybe you have contemplated really stepping out of all this on and on for the mountains? Sure, it sounds ideal, but would it be really. For people used to the urban or suburban environment, mountain living is a huge change, even if that living is merely vacation. Change may be good or it is usually bad, and many times it is just a matter of your expectations. Nothing ruins a holiday like being too cold, too hot or too wet.  lake arrowhead cabin rentals


What you should bring:

Clothing

The weather in the mountains is continually changing. It could be warm and sunny then suddenly turn cold. Bring clothes for all the seasons of the year, even if you're only destined to be there for Seven days. That means bring your swimsuit and water sandals (the creek and lake beds can be be extremely rocky), short and long pants, t-shirts and sweatshirts, and tennis shoes and hiking boots, including a sweater and jacket for those cold nights.

Food

Your meal supply is essential. If possible, bring enough to your entire stay. Trekking down from that secluded mountain towards the store and back usually takes a full day. Try to pack the maximum amount of dry food since your can. It keeps well and require refrigeration. Bring potatoes, pasta, and rice for your carbohydrates; beans and dried meat on your protein; canned vegetable and fruit for nutritional supplements. Do not forget the lake. Cooking can be achieved with all the local water because cooking will kill anything, however if you simply have and doubts regarding safety from the water supply, bring lots of bottled water to drink.

If your cabin has refrigeration, you can contribute eggs, fresh vegetable, and meat in your grocery list.

First Aid

A first aid kit is important. Remember you may be quite taken from town, so emergency treatment may be needed. You can aquire a basic first aid kit at any large drug or superstore. It should include bandages, gauze, disinfectant, scissors, razor blades, and aspirin. And, don't forget the snake bite kit.

Miscellaneous

Every trip in the mountains need matches, bring plenty. Their email list of necessities for safety and convenience should contain, a flashlight with extra batteries, a sheath knife or at least a big pocket knife, dish soap and laundry soap, candles, as well as a watch. For your enjoyment, bring books, cards and games to experience. Furthermore, do not forget your toiletries and towels if they're not given.  rental cabin lake arrowhead


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