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Richard Bolt (richardbolt) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale California
About Me I'm a Kiwi expat - I got married was saved from trying to kill myself on miserable mountain ascents. Now it's back to the backpacking in mountains. I don't carry much gear anymore, and as a photographer, am trying to wean myself off the urge to carry huge cameras everywhere in the backcountry.
CitySan Diego
StateCA
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://rboltphotography.com

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All Forum Posts by Richard Bolt

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Overnight in First Decent Snow in the San Gorgonio Wilderness
Unsure of what to do when the first winter storm of the season hits? Head out solo into the wilderness and bivvy out overnight, that's what to do. That's what I did. 24 hours away fr...

In Post-Trip Reports » Overnight in First Decent Snow in the San Gorgonio Wilderness
November 21, 1:13pm

Re: Great Report!
Hi Kenneth, Thanks :-) I'm planning to go back and do the entire High Route, probably next year. I definitely like the GF1 for those sorts of trips. The relevant regulations on CA trout f...

In Post-Trip Reports » Solo on the Sierra High Route & Fishing
September 02, 4:43pm

Thru-Hiker sells Primaloft
Thru-Hiker sells Primaloft, as do Quest Outfitters I'm sure there are plenty more...

In Make Your Own Gear » Where to buy primaloft?
August 26, 4:16pm

Sold - Gossamer Gear Miniposa.
***SOLD - this pack has now been sold. Thanks!*** Gossamer Gear Miniposa. Torso: Large Hipbelt: Medium. 15.3 oz on my scales. Bought October 2009 and has seen 8 nights use. The 2009 M...

In Gear Swap » FS: Gossamer Gear Miniposa
August 20, 2:56pm

Re: I do NOT use a GPS.
Great comments with which I completely agree. Here's my two cents: I have never wanted a GPS for the backcountry. For me, a GPS removes one of the challenges of being in the backcountry; ...

In GEAR » GPS , topo maps or both? What do you bring?
July 15, 12:31pm

SAW
When I read the title of this thread about the use of a SAW in the backcountry, naturally I thought of this kind of SAW: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEcEWxcH5LE and not the cutting wood kind of...

In GEAR » Have you ever needed a SAW?
June 29, 9:37am

Marmot Hydrogen regular left (half) zip sold
Marmot Hydrogen sold 7-14-11. All items are now sold.

In Gear Swap » FS: Marmot Hydrogen 30F Sleeping Bag, Left (half) Zip, 2 x Cocoon Air-Core Pillows.
June 27, 11:10am

Re: Jesse has the Pillows - Sleeping Bag still for sale.
Pillows are sold.

In Gear Swap » FS: Marmot Hydrogen 30F Sleeping Bag, Left (half) Zip, 2 x Cocoon Air-Core Pillows.
June 25, 5:30pm

Jesse has the Pillows - Sleeping Bag still for sale.
Pillows are pending a sale, but the Marmot Hydrogen bag is still for sale...

In Gear Swap » FS: Marmot Hydrogen 30F Sleeping Bag, Left (half) Zip, 2 x Cocoon Air-Core Pillows.
June 25, 5:04pm

FS: Marmot Hydrogen 30F Sleeping Bag, Left (half) Zip
FOR SALE: Marmot Hydrogen +30 Sleeping Bag. Black, RegularĀ (6'), Left zip. Bag weighs just under 1 lb 8 oz on my scale, stuff sack 1.3 oz. Wonderful light bag. This is the 2007 model...

In Gear Swap » FS: Marmot Hydrogen 30F Sleeping Bag, Left (half) Zip, 2 x Cocoon Air-Core Pillows.
June 25, 4:20pm

All Reader Reviews by Richard Bolt

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Backpacking Light Firelite 900-SUL Titanium Cookpot
Excellent pot - just the right size for a meal for two. It's not too big, and not too small. The lid on my example fits tightly so that I can lift the pot off the stove by the wooden handle on ...

In Cookware - Titanium
June 20, 11:52am