November 20, 2015 8:16 PM MST - Subscription purchasing, account maintenance, forum profile maintenance, new account registration, and forum posting have been disabled
as we prepare our databases for the final migration to our new server next week. Stay tuned here for more details.
Subscribe Contribute Advertise Facebook Twitter Instagram Forums Newsletter

BPL Community Profile

Joe Johnstone (entropy) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Joe Johnstone hasn't told us about their geographical region yet.
About Me Joe Johnstone has not added a biography yet.

You cannot send this user a personal message (PM) because they have not specified a PM email address yet.

All Forum Posts by Joe Johnstone

Showing 1 - 6 of 6 | Page: 1


Forum » Thread

Re: Thanks for the report
Wow, two people in a contrail is staggering. I can't imagine it, without overflowing the bathtub with 2 sleeping bags.

In Philmont » LIghtweight Philmont Experince
August 27, 8:32pm

Some ideas
After the first food pickup, we realized hardly anybody drank the gatorade, so on the next pickup, we put it all in the swap boxes, and anyone that wanted gatorade had to carry their own. We use...

In Philmont » LIghtweight Philmont Experince
June 30, 4:13pm

What about critters?
"You need to get 4 to 6 inches down, to the biologically active layer of the soil, to bury 'it' responsibly. Can you really do that with a trekking pole? Just curious......" ...

In Multiple Use Gear » French whipping my potty trowel
May 15, 7:01pm

Solo Tents/pots
No problem with advisor in solo tents. Kids have to be paired unless odd number. I used an MSR Zoid 2 last year, and it had plenty of room solo, but comes in at over 4 lbs. I'm getting a Ta...

In Philmont » Backpacking Light @ Philmont
May 15, 10:53am

Registrations not accepted at this time
You can't seem to register as a memeber there anyway.

In Chaff » Practical Backpacking: Does anyone use it?
December 25, 11:01am

Boots for me
Just got back last week, and I'm sure glad I had my Vasques Breeze boots. We had trek #14, and it went up Trail Peak, Mt Phillips and Tooth ridge, which were all very rocky.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » boots or shoes for philmont?
August 03, 10:46am

All Reader Reviews by Joe Johnstone

Joe Johnstone has posted no reviews.