What to Bring

-Bowls and utensils: We will not be providing these, so please bring them if you plan on eating any meals with us!

-2 liters of water bottle capacity: We don’t want anyone getting dehydrated, so this is very important!

-Small towel and toiletries (note that we will not have showers available)

-Separate bags: If you have things that you want to carry during the march (like water), you might want to put that in a separate bag from things you won’t want to carry during the march that we can transport (like a sleeping bag and extra clothes). Please label your belongings with your name and phone number in case.

-Comfortable shoes: Closed-toe is probably best! Consider bringing two pairs in case one gives you blisters.

-Sleeping bag and sleeping pad if you are staying the night: We will be sleeping on church floors! 

-Tent if you are camping on the StateHouse steps on Sunday, July 17: If you have a tent, please bring it! We can store the tents for the first part of the march.

-Hat - it'll be sunny!

-Sunscreen and bug repellant

-Any medication you might need, including an Epipen if you have allergies that require one

-Extra socks (consider Smartwool or other "hiking" socks in case it gets wet!)

-Bandaids and moleskin for blisters

-Ear plugs (for people staying overnight) 

-Weather-appropriate clothing (lightweight rain gear, hats, bandanas, sunglasses)

-Long pants: if you’re walking Thursday, please consider wearing long pants -- we may encounter poison ivy and ticks on the side of the road.