15 day hiking trip with CF-19Mk6 +(?) Solar Panel

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  1. BaRRmaley

    BaRRmaley Notebook Deity

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    And this is your transport for hiking with cf19 :))

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    CWB32 Need parts for my flying saucer.

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  3. SJLPHI

    SJLPHI Notebook Consultant

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    CWB32, that's pretty much the idea.

    I've been planning some intense hiking and rowing trips. One of them is Hannibal's trails in the alps. I'll be invading Italy on foot from Switzerland, and within 10 years, I intend to row across the atlantic ocean. For that, power issue is much less of a problem
     
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    CWB32 Need parts for my flying saucer.

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    chances are they make your size ...
    unless you have really small baby feet .
    i have seen them in a size 4B women's up to men's 15EEE .
    (my old DI wore 13EEE ... a good size for *motivational therapy*)

    the standard issue is regular old "combat boots" .
    if you really liked your feet , you would cough up for concoran jump boots w/ mud grip soles .
    then you spend hours spit polishing them to a *black-mirror* state .
    jump boots were never ever just "brush-n-rag" shined ... sacrilege !
     
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    TBH... why not an iPad? It's significantly lighter than a CF-19 and if all you want is mapping and even surfing/email/etc. As a CF-19 owner, I travelled with both and I can tell you after a good day of hauling the 19 around, every extra pound of gear gets to you.
     
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    In that case, why not a Toughpad FZ-something-or-rather? I wouldn't slog around in the woods with a crappy little iPad that would crack or snap as soon as you throw down your backpack.
     
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