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Ma & Pa's: 

**Ma/Pa Temple Night - May 24, 2007 at 6:00 pm session.

An important training email with very new information has been sent.  If you did not receive the email, please call Greg or Susie @ 652-1444

If you can't make the assigned date, please attend a session before the trek in the spirit of preparation and prayer.  This will bless you tremendously as you embark on the Ma/Pa trek experience.

 

 

***Please note the Dutch oven size change below - the oven must be a deep 14 diameter" not shallow and certainly not a 12".

 

MA/PA  EQUIPMENT LIST : 

MA & PA  Equipment List – EACH MA & PA MUST BRING THE FOLLOWING: 

1 Dutch oven– deep 14" diameter (tagged)

pair of gloves for hot items

12-quart pot (to cook mush and stew–enamel pot may be best)

large serving spoon

large knives (sharp)–for food preparation

two 5-gallon water containers (2 enclosed -- with spigot preferable)

5-gallon bucket (washing dishes)

plastic tarps–16' x 20'                          

shovel – pointed nose

small basic first aid kit

flashlights w/ batteries

vial consecrated oil

dish rags

pocket knife

lantern

washing station

box of matches

dish towel

2 each stirring spoons

ax – sharp with very tight head & sharpening stone

marker – dark with medium point

old sheet, blanket, tarp to cover load

“possibilities bag” to keep “stuff” in on trail

·        Family first aid kit (including mole skin and duct tape)

·        Tarp(s)  - for shelter / shade

·        Misc:  ropes, additional ground stakes, etc.

 

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Prep Tip:

Start preparing for the trek NOW by taking daily walks.  Start by walking 15 minutes 3 times a week.  After a month, increase your walks to 30 minutes 3 times per week.  Be sure to use the "Monthly Events" Calendar as your guide.   For tips on preventing blisters, CLICK HERE