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Jordan Clymer (jordanclymer) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale The Columbia Gorge
About Me I love the outdoors, cooking, cycling, bouldering, boardgames, and music.

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Nice kit!
Hey James, That is a really light setup. Do you have any idea the approximate cost to build it? How does the pot stand perform on uneven surfaces? It looks fairly unstable when you initially ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL Cook System 2.7oz
August 10, 9:27pm

Why not eat with one end of the chopstick, and use the opposite end to clean the treads of your shoes? I am not much of a germaphobe so maybe it is just me. But if you really want to get so extre...

In Multiple Use Gear » Chopsticks
July 05, 1:34pm

If you want truly lightweight and simple... I think you should take this under c...

In Make Your Own Gear » joann fabrics and a sleeping quilt
June 30, 8:17pm

Not 100% but...
The data from Dupont and shipping weights put a pair around 60-70 grams depending on the size. So, if you want to ballpark them in around 2.5 ounces, that seems reasonable.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL rain pants/chaps (not skirts)
June 22, 10:59pm

Patience and measuring twice.
I would recommend thinking about using some tape to reinforce those new seams. Get pics, glhf!

In Make Your Own Gear » Wish me luck
June 20, 1:15am

Dupont to the rescue
You should look into the Dupont TY350S pants, Amazon stocks them. They are made from Tyvek and come in many sizes. Cheap, and good rain protection if any seams are sealed. I used a Tyvek upper as a...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL rain pants/chaps (not skirts)
June 20, 1:02am

Staying hydrated
I do a lot of long distance bicycling, and I used to have the same issue. I'd overheat a lot and be constantly drinking down my water bottles long before anyone else in my group. Turns out, I w...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » diet and dehydration
October 08, 3:31pm

Quinoa powder?
Has anyone tried to hand mill quinoa? It is a nutty flavored complete protein that might make a good powder to mix in with soups, curries, and whatever else you could think of. I have plenty of qui...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » vegan protein powder
October 02, 5:23am

My gear.
I use/own a wonderful all in one container. It is an old aluminum Ovaltine shaker. It is similar to a martini shaker, it has an air tight lid that doubles as a cup, it holds two cups of water, and ...

In Multiple Use Gear » Water bottle--cook pot--water treatment vessel
October 01, 1:40am

Re: Re: Bear deterrent alternative
"Hiking with a partner is not a great solution. It didn't help the guy who was fatally mauled in Yellowstone. I believe the bear hit the wife also but did not injure her." Sure peopl...

In GEAR » Bear spray worked
September 30, 10:24pm

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