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Individual Equipment List

**This is a preliminary list and may be subject to change. It is recommended that you WRITE YOUR NAME on all of your belongings with a permanent marker.

What to Pack:


Pioneer Attire for Men:

  • 2 pairs of pioneer style pants – Dockers/canvas type, light colors are best. No denim, camouflage, or sports type pants.  

  • 2 Long Sleeve, button up shirts - plain colored and avoid logos

  •  Wide brimmed straw or felt hat - No baseball caps or beanies

  • 1 Belt or suspenders

  •  If you choose to wear a T-shirt under your long sleeve shirt, make sure lettering and patterns are covered up.


Pioneer Attire for Young Women:

  •  2 complete pioneer outfits, light colors are best. An outfit would either be: A complete pioneer dress about 6 inches from the ground in length. No denim.  OR

  • A long pioneer skirt about 6 inches from the ground or mid-calf with a modest long sleeve top. (No T-shirts)

  • If you choose to wear a T-shirt under your long sleeve shirt, make sure lettering and patterns are covered up.

  • 2 Long sleeve button up shirts if wearing a skirt 

  • 1-2 Pairs of pantaloons, scrubs, or leggings

  • 1 Apron (optional)

  • 1 Bonnet or Wide Brimmed Hat - No baseball caps or beanies

Personal Items:

  • Work gloves – 1 pair, warm soft, leather or cheap work gloves with non-slip grips for handcart pulling.

  • Rain Poncho –  VERY IMPORTANT

  • Shoes – 2 pairs (broken in shoes)

  • Jacket – lightweight but warm or a sweatshirt. Limit logos on sweatshirts please

  • Socks – 5 pairs (2-3 should be wool, liners are optional)

  • Underclothing – 3 sets

  • Small flashlight – with new batteries

  • Sunglasses

  • Large Ziploc bags or plastic grocery bags – to store clean or dirty clothes

  • Small backpack/daypack

  • Reusable sturdy water bottle/hydration pack

  • Small Book of Mormon

  • Small comb or brush

  • Toothbrush, paste & floss

  • Deodorant

  • Hand Sanitizer

  • Chafing Powder (if you think you will need it)

  • Wet wipes (for hygiene)

  • Sunblock SPF above 30

  • Sanitary supplies for young women

  • Medicine as needed (Prescription meds must be turned into the stake medical team the morning of departure.  They will have a check in table in the foyer of the stake center.)

  • Insect repellant with DEET 30 strong or higher

  • Lip balm/Chapstick with SPF


What Not to Pack:

Personal music and players, game systems of any kind, other electronic devices, lotions, aftershave, hairspray, gel, makeup or perfumes (they attract bugs that bite).


The stake will provide each participant with a 5 gallon bucket:

  • Making padded seats are optional, ask your ward leaders.


What to pack inside your 5 gallon bucket:

  • Other sets of Pioneer clothes (wear one set to the church for when we leave.)

  • Small Book of Mormon

  • Socks

  • Sets of underclothing

  • Heavy duty plastic bag/Ziploc bag

  • Small flashlight

  • Personal items

  • Jacket/Sweatshirt or light coat (can go in your garbage bag with sleeping bag too)


What to pack in your small backpack/daypack:

  • Work gloves

  • Tissues or wet wipes

  • Sunglasses

  • Chapstick

  • Rain poncho

  • Water Bottle

  • Extra pair of socks

  • Journal and pen

  • Insect repellant

  • Sunblock SPF 30 or above


What to bring to the Stake Center on Friday, June 23rd from 6-8 p.m.:

Waterproof bag (Provided by the Stake). Items in bold will go in the waterproof bag.

  • Sleeping bag – warm, good quality

  • Small pillow 

  • Sleeping pad – small pad that can fit in garbage bag with sleeping bag and pillow

  • Warm Pajamas – 1 set, modest, to sleep in. Limit logos on pajamas. It will cool off at night.

  • Light blanket - if desired


Bring with you to the church on Wednesday, June 28th at 7am:

  • Small backpack/day pack

  • your 5 gallon bucket

  • Water bottle filled with water


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