Joseph Mignone Delaware: Things You Need To do Before Hiking

Joseph Mignone Delaware has a passion for hiking as it offers him the chance to stay physically fit, while also allowing him to see things that he would not encounter in his daily life. He has already explored the Colorado Rockies and the trail of Machu Picchu in Peru. Before any hike, no matter how small, there are a number of things that you need to do to ensure you stay safe.

Create A Checklist

You should create a small checklist of everything that you need to take on your hike, so that you can spend the night before the adventure ensuring that you have packed correctly. Trying to pack on the fly could leave to things getting left behind, which may cause you some trouble when you are out on the trail.

Consult The Map

You should not start a hike without having a good idea of your starting point, your final destination and the route that you need to take to get there. Spend a little bit of time with a map of the trail so that you can highlight any landmarks that you can use should you get lost. Reading the map will also allow you to grow familiar with areas that you may never have hiked in before.

Tell People

Joseph Mignone Delaware notes that telling a few people where you are going and when you intend to be back can be a literal lifesaver, should something go wrong on the hike. If there are people expecting you to return at a certain date, they can raise the alarm if you don’t come back.

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About Joseph Mignone Delaware

Joseph Mignone Delaware, who currently owns and operates three food businesses in Delaware, is actually a New Jersey resident, having been born in Camden. He spent the majority of his childhood in Pennsauken, where he attended school, but has also lived in Maple Shade, Moorestown and Haddonfield. He still lives in New Jersey, but he travels to Delaware when he needs to visit one of his restaurants.
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