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Kristin Tennessen (ktenness) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Sierra Nevadas
About Me Bioinformatician and backpacker, unfortunately cannot do both simultaneously.

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All Forum Posts by Kristin Tennessen

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Kestrel Ti Backpacker Knife on Massdrop right now
Massdrop has a deal going for the Kestrel Ti Backpacker Knife that was just reviewed by Jonathan Davis, and the one on Massdrop has the handle wrapped in your color choice of Lawson Glowire. Ke...

In Gear Deals » Kestrel Ti Backpacker Knife on Massdrop right now
August 28, 11:56am

Really inspiring! I second how frustrating it is to make EBRP camping reservations.

In Post-Trip Reports » A Diablo Loop Hike: 58 parks in 11 Days
June 30, 11:22am

Painful poison oak
Anyone else know of anyone getting poison oak on their boobs? It is the second time it has happened but it is so painful this time, especially to nurse. However nursing (I believe) is giving my son...

In Chaff » Painful poison oak
June 17, 12:30pm

Thanks for a great GGG
Thank you to everyone that helped organize this wonderful event which brought together so many fun, interesting, and friendly folk. I didn't get to participate in too many conversations becaus...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » California GGG #7 - Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2015
February 04, 11:20am

What a great trip!

In Post-Trip Reports » Traversing the Brooks Range – A Father-Son-Son Adventure
September 19, 11:13pm

Kristin, you are amazing. Thanks for sharing your story. This is one of the best articles I've read, ever. I am so proud of you. Thanks for the inspiration.

In Editor's Roundtable » Thru-Hiking Alaska’s Arctic: A 1,000 Mile Solo Traverse
October 31, 10:37pm

Thanks BPLers
Thanks everyone for the great comments. I love being a part of this inspiring community.

In Editor's Roundtable » Backpacking with a Newborn
August 14, 2:13pm

Links in article
Sorry the links didn't translate to the article. ISPO: All of our other articl...

In Editor's Roundtable » Global Test Conclusion: Honeymooning in the Backcountry
June 19, 4:13pm

Deep zip
Nursing tanks are these: They have an elastic neck and shoulders so they are easy to pull down. I tried this on toda...

In GEAR » Breast feeding top recommendations
May 23, 7:52pm

Breast feeding top recommendations
I have a 3 month old baby and he's been backpacking 3 times. I am happy with my nursing tanks, and my warm down parka. However, I need something in between that allows for minimal air exposur...

In GEAR » Breast feeding top recommendations
May 22, 8:55pm

All Reader Reviews by Kristin Tennessen

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Patagonia Women's Active Hipster
At 31 grams (size small) they are my heaviest panties. Comfort I do not like the thickness of the fabric. They take forever to dry and are uncomfortable to wear while damp, and don't dry quic...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
February 17, 10:54am

Icebreaker Nature 150 Bikini
I have two pairs of these top-performers. They are my underwear of choice for any activity, winter or summer. At 24 grams (size xs) they deserve 5 stars for performance:weight ratio. Comfort The...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
February 10, 3:39am