pack train


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pack train

n.
A line of animals, such as horses or mules, loaded with supplies for an expedition.
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Photos show mules breaking a trail through deep snow in 1920, a well-dressed lady on the trail in the early 1900s, a Sierra Club pack train in 1940, John Muir in Sequoia National Park in 1902, and mules loaded with boats for campers going to backcountry lakes.
What's really hurting us is the reduction in party size,'' said Dave Dohnel of Frontier Pack Train in June Lake.
A large Sioux force killed all 80 soldiers who had been lured into chasing a small party of warriors in the midst of trying to defend a pack train of supplies.
Not far behind, a pack train hauled freight and the hired hands.
While I was there, some idiot serving on the pack train fired a shot right over my head.
Pack trips: Observing the wild mustangs roaming the Pizona Area of Inyo National Forest is the focus of the May 17-20 pack trip sponsored by Frontier Pack Train.
The rest of us hiked into the basin while our gear was toted by the pack train.
Giddap: Frontier Pack Train offers three springtime horseback treks into the Inyo National Forest to track wild horses.
Almost 7,000 City fans will pack trains and coaches and travel to the ground in the hope of seeing City recreate their famous win over the Gunners 78 years ago, when they beat the Londoners to take the FA Cup.
Clark was known for his ability to "build forts, draw maps, lead pack trains through enemy territory and fight Indians on their own ground.
New figures show that over a quarter of Wicklow's population are stressed out by commuters who congest the roads and pack trains for hours every day.
The original Potlatch sawmill location was so remote that pack trains were required to initially supply construction materials.