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9TH GRADE CLOTHING LIST

WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP MANITO-WISH

CLOTHING: CANOEING OTHER:

QTY ITEM 1 Flashlight ( 2 AA Batteries)

1 Rain Suit: Top and Bottom (no ponchos, not clear) 1 sm Sun screen

1 Windbreaker 1 sm Bug repellent ( NO AEROSOL)

1 Hat w/ Brim 1 sm Journal ( REQUIRED) Pen or pencil

1 Long Pants (no jeans) 1 sm Toiletries

2pr Shorts toothbrush

3 T-shirts toothpaste

1 Fleece jacket (no cotton sweatshirts) wash cloth

3 pr Underwear brush

1pr Long Underwear - top and bottom (no cotton) deodorant (non-scented)

3pr Socks (wool or synthetic) 1pr Sunglasses

1pr Knit hat and gloves 1pr Glasses (if worn, no contacts)

1 Swim suit 2/QT/LT Nalgene Water Bottles

1pr Sneakers (no crocs, no berks, no keens etc) OPTIONAL Camera

1pr Wet shoes( must tie/strap on) OPTIONAL Book

1 Sleeping Pad CAMP BAG:

1 Sleeping Bag ( 20 degree rating) 1 Shampoo

1 Towel 1 Towel

1 Soap

All items should be packed in large Zip Lock Bags. They are 1pr Shower Shoes

water proof and see through. 1 st Clean clothes

PUT YOUR NAME ON EVERYTHING!

LAYERING: Layering means wearing numerous items of thinner clothing rather than one heavy item. Layering traps

more air, keeping you warmer. Layering also allows you to adjust your clothing to the weather.

FABRICS: Some simple rules to follow: 1) The only cotton you should have are your t-shirts and sweats. Your long

underwear must be synthetic, your jacket must be fleece, your rain gear must be water proof, your windbreaker must

be synthetic, and your socks must be wool or synthetic.

FOOTWEAR: CANOEING: You must have two pair of shoes that tie on your feet. One pair is a wet pair and one pair is

a dry pair for in camp. NO CROCS, BERKS, KEENS etc. You will be carrying heavy loads over rough trails, proper

footwear is very important.

RAIN GEAR: A full rain suit (jacket and bottoms) is required. NO PONCHOS, NO CLEAR RAIN SUITS. Good raingear

will make for a much better trip. Staying dry in good.

SLEEPING BAG: Your sleeping bag should be rated to 20 degrees and synthetic. If you are a skilled backcountry

traveler, down is okay. NO COTTON SLEEPING BAGS! Your sleeping bag needs to be in a nylon stuff sack that is

lined with a garbage bag to ensure water proofness.

SLEEPING PAD: An ensolite pad or thermarest will help ensure a better nights sleep by keeping the ground cold away

from your body. The camp has pads if you don't already have one.


10TH GRADE

CLOTHING: CAMP MANITO-WISH OTHER:

QTY ITEM 1 Flashlight ( 2 AA Batteries)

1 Rain Suit: Top and Bottom (no ponchos, not clear) 1 sm Sun screen

1 Windbreaker 1 sm Bug repellent ( NO AEROSOL)

1 Hat w/ Brim 1 sm Toiletries

2 Long Pants (no jeans) toothbrush

2pr Shorts toothpaste

4 T-shirts wash cloth

1 Fleece jacket (no cotton sweatshirts) brush

4 pr Underwear deodorant (non-scented)

1pr Long Underwear - top and bottom (no cotton) 1 Shampoo

3pr Socks (wool or synthetic) 1 Soap

1pr Knit hat and gloves 1pr Shower Shoes

1 Swim suit 1pr Sunglasses

2pr Sneakers (no crocs, no berks, no keens etc) 1pr Glasses/ Contacts w/ solution

1 Sleeping Bag ( 30 degree rating) 1qt/lt Nalgene Water Bottle

1 Towel OPTIONAL Camera

OPTIONAL Book

PUT YOUR NAME ON EVERYTHING

LAYERING: Layering means wearing numerous items of thinner clothing rather than one heavy item. Layering traps

more air, keeping you warmer. Layering also allows you to adjust your clothing to the weather.

FABRICS: Some simple rules to follow: 1) The only cotton you should have are your t-shirts and sweats .2) Your long

underwear must be synthetic, your jacket must be fleece, your rain gear must be water proof, your windbreaker must

be synthetic, and your socks must be wool or synthetic.

FOOTWEAR: IN CAMP: You must have two pair of shoes that tie on your feet. One pair is for hiking in, they

will need to be sturdy boots that cover your ankles. The other pair is for wearing in camp, they can be sneakers or other

shoes that you can secure to your feet. NO CROCS, NO BERKS, NO FLIP-FLOPS ETC.

RAIN GEAR: A full rain suit (jacket and bottoms) is required. NO PONCHOS, NO CLEAR RAIN SUITS. Good raingear

will make for a much better trip. Staying dry is good.

SLEEPING BAG: Your sleeping bag should be rated to30 degrees, synthetic, and in a stuff sack; NOT A GARBAGE BAG!


11TH GRADE CLOTHING LIST REMEMBER: YOU HAVE TO CARRY WHAT IS ON THIS LIST AND

CAMP FOOD AND GEAR.

CLOTHING: BACKPACKING OTHER:

QTY ITEM 1 Flashlight ( 2 AA Batteries)

1 Rain Suit: Top and Bottom (no ponchos, not clear) 1 sm Sun screen

1 Windbreaker 1 sm Bug repellent ( NO AEROSOL)

1 Hat w/ Brim 1 sm Journal ( REQUIRED) ES ONLY

1 Long Pants (no jeans) 1 sm Toiletries Pen or pencil

2pr Shorts toothbrush NO SOAP

3 T-shirts toothpaste NO SHAMPOO

1 Fleece jacket (no cotton sweatshirts) wash cloth

3 pr Underwear brush

1pr Long Underwear - top and bottom (no cotton) deodorant (non-scented)

3pr Socks (wool or synthetic) 1pr Sunglasses

1pr Knit hat and gloves 1pr Glasses (if worn, no contacts)

1 Swim suit 2/qt/lt Nalgene Water Bottles

1pr Sneakers (no crocs, no berks, no keens etc) OPTIONAL Camera

1pr Sturdy boots w/ ankle support OPTIONAL Book

1 Sleeping Pad CAMP BAG:

1 Sleeping Bag ( 20 degree rating) In a stuff/garbage bag 1 Shampoo

1 Hand Towel 1 Towel

1 Soap

All items should be packed in large Zip Lock Bags. They are 1pr Shower Shoes

water proof and see through. 1 st Clean clothes

LAYERING: Layering means wearing numerous items of thinner clothing rather than one heavy item. Layering traps

more air, keeping you warmer. Layering also allows you to adjust your clothing to the weather.

FABRICS: Some simple rules to follow: 1) The only cotton you should have are your t-shirts and sweats .2) Your long

underwear must be synthetic, your jacket must be fleece, your rain gear must be water proof, your windbreaker must

be synthetic, and your socks must be wool or synthetic.

FOOTWEAR: BACKPACKING: You must have two pair of shoes that tie on your feet. One pair is for hiking in, they

will need to be sturdy boots that cover your ankles. The other pair is for wearing in camp, they can be sneakers or other

shoes that you can secure to your feet. NO CROCS, NO BERKS, NO FLIP-FLOPS. You will be carrying heavy loads over

steep and uneven trails.

RAIN GEAR: A full rain suit (jacket and bottoms) is required. NO PONCHOS, NO CLEAR RAIN SUITS. Good raingear

will make for a much better trip. Staying dry in good.

SLEEPING BAG: Your sleeping bag should be rated to 20 degrees and synthetic. If you are a skilled backcountry

traveler, down is okay. NO COTTON SLEEPING BAGS! Your sleeping bag needs to be in a nylon stuff sack that is

lined with a garbage bag to ensure water proofness.

SLEEPING PAD: An ensolite pad or thermarest will help ensure a better nights sleep by keeping the ground cold away

from your body. The camp has pads if you don't already have one.

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