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John Klinepeter (johnzotk) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Northern Rockies, USA
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CityColumbia Falls
StateMontana

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All Forum Posts by John Klinepeter

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re: Wind River Range Gear Check
Chris, That is a great time to head to the Wind River Mtns. You will have a good time. I like your list for the expected conditions but I have a few suggestions and maybe you can c...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Wind River Range Gear Check
July 27, 7:42pm

re: Gear List options?
Bob, thanks for the PDF workaround, though I am happy to be able to save files as CSV. I just don't want to lose countless hours of work reconstructing those lists! I have created my own su...

In Gear Lists » Gear list options?
July 26, 8:14pm

re: Gear List options?
Thanks, Chad. You were right. I have a new password and I'm back in business. The new layout looks nice. There is a little more color. It seems that saving files in PDF format is no lon...

In Gear Lists » Gear list options?
July 26, 7:23pm

re: Gear List options?
Oh, and one other thing. I place notes about fuel usage (alcohol, canister, solid fuel) right into the Geargrams spreadsheet so I don't have to go chasing information that is tucked away in a ...

In Gear Lists » Gear list options?
July 26, 6:59pm

re: Gear List options?
Another Geargrams fan here, though I have not been able to log in the last few days :(. You can save your Geargrams data onto your own hard drive so if for some reason you want to transport it t...

In Gear Lists » Gear list options?
July 26, 6:53pm

re: The 60-Second Backpacker, Episode No. 1: Weigh Your Stuff
When I first started this crazy weighing adventure I was a little skeptical. One of the first items I weighed was a 1970's era stuff sack. Why even bother to find out the burden imposed by a ...

In Editor's Roundtable » The 60-Second Backpacker, Episode No. 1: Weigh Your Stuff
July 14, 8:25pm

re: Wind River Range - Equipment 2015
John V: Good point about the willows. They can be thick around creeks and lake shores. Care would be needed to protect a delicate rain jacket while fishing. I also vaguely remember some brushy...

In Gear Lists » Wind River Range - Equipment 2015
July 14, 7:46pm

re: Wind River Range - Equipment 2015
Good destination choice. You will enjoy the Wind River Mtns. as I have the last 15 years. Fuel: I switched to solid fuel and alcohol stoves a number of years ago and tend to do my own cooking ...

In Gear Lists » Wind River Range - Equipment 2015
July 13, 10:14pm

re: Shoe weight equivalent to weight on back
Previous discussion here might be useful: http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=18358

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Shoe weight equivalent to weight on back
July 12, 11:55am

re: Want to go lighter than ULA Circuit - Ohm 2.0?
I have been happy with several very light weight packs at carry weights up to 24 pounds. The GG Miniposa (discontinued), the ULA CDT, and the SMD Feather (discontinued) all work well into the low ...

In GEAR » Want to go lighter than ULA Circuit - Ohm 2.0?
July 10, 12:56pm

All Reader Reviews by John Klinepeter

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad
This review is based on seven nights usage. My xlite is the women's version and it has been used with a 1/8 inch thick Gossamer Gear foam pad for puncture protection. I am 5 ft. 11 inches tall...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
September 05, 10:19am