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Outstanding News!
+200. Two great minds and two great beards. (Well, Brian needs a little mentoring on beards from Ron). Carol

In GEAR » Brian Frankle Joins Six Moon Designs
January 31, 8:44pm

Fabulous Series!
Thanks so much for writing about your PCT adventures here on BPL. You are an excellent writer - I was hooked from the first installment. Carol

In Editor's Roundtable » Hiking Through Hyperbole: A Walk in the Clouds
February 19, 6:08pm

Ryan - - great video! You are a great photographer and I like your sense of humor. The two green dots (eyes) were brilliant. I am now super-psyched for my JMT hike this August.

In Post-Trip Reports » JOHN MUIR TRAIL VIDEO - 7 Day Trip
May 02, 1:31pm

Beaver Creek Wilderness Study Area Report
Dondo - great report and photos. Makes me want to get out and hike, despite the snow all around. My favorite line of your report: "The mattress is a full-length POE Eco-Thermo, 20.2 oz....

In Post-Trip Reports » 24: Beaver Creek Wilderness Study Area
May 02, 1:27pm

Re: Re: Lightweight Gear Excluding Smaller Wallets
<< I like how Ron at MLD has balanced his offerings.>> Plus where else do you get features like this (found on the Grace Duo Spintex .97 Tarp) other than the cottage industries: ...

In GEAR » Lightweight Gear Excluding Smaller Wallets
February 16, 8:12pm

Re: Boise Bound
Hi Wayne, We've usually had one or two snowfalls in September, but not the big ones that indicate winter is here to stay. You can expect night time temperatures to be in the low 20's and d...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Boise Bound
February 11, 7:46pm

Re: Groovy-Biotic Cooking
Great article - really inspired me to think about my food bag contents. I've not done steam cooking before - didn't even occur to me to try it with an esbit stove. I thought that was only ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Groovy-Biotic Cooking: Quick, Healthy Meals with an Ultralight Cook Kit
January 14, 4:14pm

Test Photo
And if this photo actually posts, it is a photo of my 12 year old dog last fall, most likely on her last overnight backpack trip. She'll be limited to easy day hikes in her 13th year.

In User Test Forum » Test Photo
January 14, 1:04pm

Re: esbit in checked bags?
Below is the TSA website for permitted and prohibited items on airlines (carry on and checked). Scroll down to the "explosive and flammable materials" section. TSA Web Site You can...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » esbit in checked bags?
January 07, 9:34pm

Re: Help needed to post hyperlink in message
BackpackingLight website Will this work? YES!!!

In User Test Forum » Trying to post clickable web link in message
January 07, 2:22pm

All Reader Reviews by Carol Brown

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ULA Equipment
It finally came time for me to replace my beloved ULA P2 pack. I ordered a new Circuit from ULA and discovered I still needed the large capacity of the Catalyst. With one phone call, Chris had the C...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
May 21, 1:15pm

ULA H2O Amigo
My ULA H20 Amigo gravity filter is about two years old. What I like about it is that it does its job simply and well. I was concerned that I would not always be able to find a tree or rock outcroppi...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
February 18, 9:43am

Beyond Backpacking by Ray Jardine
It was my mother that got me Jardine's book "Beyond Backpacking". When she turned 70, she was finding it harder (and harder) to carry traditional backpacking loads. So she "went t...

In Books and Media
February 17, 8:40pm