bag + soft insulated pad to keep you off the ground, pillow, ear plugs
Portable table(s), especially if we're in the wilds like Carrizo Plain or Laguna Mountain
Saturday & Sunday lunches and snacks are on you. (However Saturday breakfast+dinner, Sunday breakfast: I'll cook for you if prepay $10)
luck dessert (always nice around the scope's)
clothes!Like, every jacket, scarf, wool cap, and inner or outer pants you own!
cap, gloves, long sleeves
Rain gear, in case we're not lucky.
of water, if we're at a dry camp like Carrizo Plain or Laguna Mountain. At Carrizo, the nearest water may not be drink-able and it's a mile away. At Laguna Mountain, there's no water (except the creek, 1.5 miles from camp) within 35 miles, at Pinnacles National Park.
if you have any, and old newspapers
(toothbrush, soap, towel, TP
A cup, bring your own mug or camp cup
flashlight or better yet - a red headlamp. Best bet is to go to Outdoor
World (41st Ave or River St downtown) and buy a LED headlamp. Both red and
white lights and only $19!
chair, for listening to campground lectures in comfort
if you have some.
bag for cool rocks, gold ore, various flotsam, jetsam, knick-knacks, and souveniers