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Michael Gunderloy (ffmike) - BPL Lifetime Member

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About Me Hiking since childhood, currently heavily involved with Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts. Not ultralight yet but slowly heading in that direction.
CityEvansville
StateIndiana

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Haven't tried bromelain but I have had some success with serrapeptase and SAMe. Doing one-month-on, one-month-off trials on myself, recording pain levels daily, both seem to have a mild positiv...

In Speed Hiking and Fastpacking » Anyone use bromelain instead of Vitamin I?
August 27, 4:56am

Re: Herniated disc :-( whinging
My second disk herniation was just where yours is. I blew it out in June of 2014 (being stupid at Boy Scout camp) and 14 months later I'm finally at the point where the pain doesn't come to...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Herniated disc :-( whinging
August 26, 4:58am

Re: Hanging A Bear Bag PCT style
As an alternative to zig-zagging the line before throwing, try a figure 8 wrap (illustrated: http://theultimatehang.com/2012/11/wrapping-tarp-guyline-to-eliminate-tangles/). If you coil your cord u...

In Philosophy & Technique » Hanging A Bear Bag PCT style
August 13, 4:48am

Re: REI Flash air mattress problem
Has the flapper valve actually disappeared, or has it just come loose and wandered into the mattress somewhere? If the latter, you should be able, with a great deal of patience, to work it back int...

In GEAR » REI Flash air mattress problem
August 11, 4:09pm

Re: Near Louisville KY overnight out and back.
In Indiana, the German Ridge Trail (Hoosier NF) is about a 20 mile loop, with multiple cutoffs if you decide to cut it short. Some of it has been recently logged but most is in pretty good shape. ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Near Louisville KY overnight out and back.
August 05, 3:42am

Re: Looking to add protein to my backpacking diet
If you tolerate soy, freeze-dried edamame are worth a look. I'm looking at a packet of Eda-Zen "Cruncha ma me" at the moment: 16g of protein, 4g fat, 90 cal in a 20g serving. You'...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Looking to add protein to my backpacking diet
August 04, 10:47am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Flash Reviews No. 12
The medical card, alas, is cardboard, due to my cheap-ass insurance company. But you're right. I could laminate the medical card and then ditch the baggie. Proabably save some fraction of a ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Flash Reviews No. 12
August 04, 4:58am

Re: Re: Flash Reviews No. 12
Cheapest lightest wallet I've found for trail use: http://www.amazon.com/Ziploc-Snack-Bags-Value-100-pack/dp/B0000DIWQL All I need is a way to keep driver's license, medical card, and on...

In Editor's Roundtable » Flash Reviews No. 12
August 03, 4:42am

Re: Source for 3/4" metal G-hook?
Maybe have them made by someone like Ponoko? (http://www.ponoko.com/laser-cutting)

In Make Your Own Gear » Source for 3/4" metal G-hook?
July 31, 4:30am

Re: Can Massdrop become THE place for Scouts to buy gear?
I've purchased several times from Massdrop myself (& been happy with the results). But putting on my Scoutmaster hat - with a middle-class Midwest city troop, the stuff that you've been...

In Backpacking Light with Scouts » Can Massdrop become THE place for Scouts to buy gear?
July 29, 5:06am

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