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*   Snacks

*    GOOD TREK SNACKS

Period crackers or Johnny Cakes

Dried fruit that would be available for your area.

Tortillas, period breads or biscuits.

Fruit

Local available nuts (never found mention to, "trail mix" in our research over the years).

Cheese (waxed covered, looks good and stays good for a time).

* Check the area leaving from and going to, for what game meat was there. Made into jerky or cooked well and packed in lard, stored in containers has been around for centuries. We did this on a 1260 mile canoe trek and still ate some of the meat after 28 days with no problems.

A little research and a few trail runs will improve the quality of the next outing.

 

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Washington, MO. visiting a cove while on the Missouri River 1986. Revisited in 1989, 1990, 1992 and as recently as 1998.

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Until next time, we leave as friends and followers of those that went before us.

Buck Conner 

"One who trades”

"Uno quién negocia"

“Unqui commerce”

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