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Hows the terrain?
I have an AWD santa fe with a rear differential locker.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Best Drive Through Rocky Mountain National Park
July 21, 5:15pm

Best Drive Through Rocky Mountain National Park
I'm driving from Denver and heading two the rocky mountian national park tomorrow. I'm looking for a good scenic drive that would last 5-6 hours not counting the time driving to and from d...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Best Drive Through Rocky Mountain National Park
July 21, 9:39am

thanks
thanks for the encouragement guys, was really floored by this. Will get the MRI soon.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Patella Tear, Broken Dreams
July 15, 12:22pm

Re: Re: Patella Tear, Broken Dreams
The patella tendon is injured, not the kneecap.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Patella Tear, Broken Dreams
July 15, 12:22pm

Patella Tear, Broken Dreams
I intend to do the PCT trail and maybe the CDT after that, beginning when my son (now 5) turns 18. I intend to invite him to go with me, a father son thru hike. It looks as though my plans may b...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Patella Tear, Broken Dreams
July 13, 2:02pm

Re: Everything...
Actually I've been able to get as light as ul with many of the "cheap" purchases I've made. I have bought some gear that doesn't seem to have cheap but effective equivalent...

In GEAR » Cheap things that work as good or better than expensive things
November 25, 1:32pm

Mcflurry
LOL! me 2, I use the mcflurry spoon too.

In GEAR » Cheap things that work as good or better than expensive things
November 25, 11:13am

cheap Insulative jackets & rain gear
I'll also add that in the past I've bought expensive down and synthetic fill jackets, but have in the past few years gotten insulative jackets in the $10-$40 range that have done everything...

In GEAR » Cheap things that work as good or better than expensive things
November 25, 9:19am

Cheap things that work as good or better than expensive things
Some of my best gear is cheap stuff, stuff that wasn't intended for hiking but works great and with a little care can last quite awhile. Surely others also have found things that are cheap tha...

In GEAR » Cheap things that work as good or better than expensive things
November 25, 9:12am

Spot connect device
I've got a spot connect device that syncs with iphone and other phones to turn your phones' texting capability into a satellite texting capability. $60 shipped. Seen here: http://findm...

In Gear Swap » Spot connect device
November 25, 9:06am

All Reader Reviews by Ike Mouser

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Eddie Bauer Downlight Medium Black
Mine weighs about 10oz. 2 oz more than my thermawrap, but may allow me to ditch the no-sniveller underquilt for a lighter alternative since i will need less insulation at night from this warmer jacke...

In Clothing - Insulating - Down
September 13, 9:41am

Warbonnet BlackBird
The WBBB is the best piece of gear i own, hands down, i own the DBL layer 1.1, replaced the suspension webbing + tri rings with 16 feet of amsteel blue 7/64 whoppie slings on each side, give me 7 feet...

In Shelters - Hammocks & Accessories
September 14, 11:18am