Thanks for all the recommendations.
I'll try to respond to everything.
-I really, really hate hand sanitizer, but I'll consider it.
-I did have a second bandana, but just didn't add it to the list
-Shaving isn't an issue. I'm 22 but still look like I'm 15
-I was using a sil stuff sack for trash, but all of my food bags have been nibbled through, and need replaced. Thanks for reminding me.
-Stuff sacks I've just forgotten to add to the list
-Spare critical items. I'll have to look through my list and see what I couldn't do without.
-SOBO. Or starting near Denver. Both my buddy and I move pretty quick, but since this will pretty much be our only trip this year we may take is slow. So yeah not sure on length.
-I think the down pants are overkill too, but man they're nice. I may end up just cutting them. I've got some midweight bottoms I may bring instead
-Windshirt I do have, just never find myself needing it. Then again, I'm usually in dense woods. So will consider
-My Alpine Vapor is heavily modified. I removed the frame and use a torso section of blue pad as backpad, I need to update my list and swap the ridgerest with a thinlight which I have
-I'm only using the nalgene to replace a gatorade bottle that I attach to my shoulder strap. I've been on the edge of ditching it, but just can't bring myself to do it yet.
Total capacity, I'll definitely look into though
-I was originally planning on just bringing my Princeton Tec headlamp, but decided it's overkill. The eLite isn't quite enough for night hiking, and the proton isn't nearly as handy in camp, so maybe I'll go back to the Princeton tec. And the spare batteries I had weighed depending on which of those two I would bring, so I just need to update my list
-Bronners is definitely too much, I just happened to have the bigger bottle on hand
-Camera charger may be bounced. I've really been debating on whether or not to bring a camera at all. I may just try to keep a detailed journal instead
-The weather device is really only used as an alarm clock, so maybe I'll look into something different
-I agree, my first aid kit needs to be trimmed down.
Thanks again for all the recommendations. I'll try to update the list.
One of my concerns is the Thermawrap Parka. I just got it from a buddy, so not too sure on how warm it'll be. I would only REALLY need it in camp, but it might be nice to add to my sleep system.
Can anybody ballpark what kind of nightly lows we'll probably be seeing?
Also, I really love my Solomid, but have lately been spending all my time in a hammock. Again all my hiking is on the east coast, so I don't have a real clear picture of what sort of camping to expect. Would the hammock just be stupid?>