This was an interesting pack because the weight limits are 10 kg. less than here in North America. I started tossing items into the suitcase but quickly realized I needed to make outfits so I didn't over pack.
So everything came back out of the suitcase and I started mixing and matching and making a list. By the time I finished I'd taken a half dozen articles out of the suitcase. Not much but a few ounces will help keep the weight low. I weighed it yesterday and I'm at just over 13 kg. With a limit of 20 kg, I should be able to do a little shopping!
The other factor which makes the pack interesting is the weather. We'll be sailing out of Fort Lauderdale where the weather is currently around 29C (84F), but by the time we reach Copenhagen, the long range is 12-15C (53-60F). Layers are going to be the key on this trip. I've got a windbreaker to wear over a fleece for the cool days, and a lighter hoodie for the less cool days. Hopefully there will be no snow!
Speaking of snow, it's finally disappearing. With the warmer temperatures yesterday, I went out and spread the pile around on the front patio.
It reached 11C (50F) by mid-afternoon though the sunshine was intermittent.
Last evening we got rain. Another day of warm temps and some moisture and all of the snow will be gone.
This morning I saw two more signs of spring, a robin in the tree and a squirrel in the yard next door. No photos, they were far too quick for me.
Today we've got more sunshine and forecast high of 14C (57F). Finally I can say, spring is here!