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Richard May (richardmay) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale Swamplands.
About Me New to the swamplands of southern Louisiana.

I suffer from NDD--Nature Deficit Disorder. I'm a photographer, dad, reader and sling coffee at Starbucks.
CityNew Orleans
My Website URLhttp://lighterpack.com/r/frg9kt
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All Forum Posts by Richard May

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I may just have to move ...
Damn! those are nice. Gorgeous trip. Seriously, I'm gonna have to find some way of getting there.

In Post-Trip Reports » Four days in the Minarets in winter
March 24, 3:58pm

Protects down
Many good ones above. When I stop after intense activity, like climbing a mountain, I'll put one on under the down jacket. The wind shirt slows moisture transfer and keeps the down dry.

In GEAR » Softshell as Windshirt substitute
March 19, 4:56am

Looks like fun
Haven't tried dry baking yet. Looks like a lot of fun. Can I do cookies? OT: If we're going to yammer about correct thread placement could we at least do it with good use of punctuat...

In GEAR » Another Look at Dry Baking
March 19, 4:46am

Awesome pics
Hey Rog, thanks! I love the PJ work. It seems to me that much of photography has shifted away from that direction, it's good to see it.

In Photography » Who inspires you? [ Photo + Video ]
March 18, 3:01pm

Re: The pessimist sez...
>> ... stand up and rotate to heat evenly. Rotisserie hiker. Bear says "Yum!"

In Make Your Own Gear » Camp Fire Back Warmer
March 17, 4:31pm

Re: Lens for the T4i
For me it's either a 21mm or 28mm equivalent. Depending on how ambitious I feel sometimes I'll add a fisheye or a 120mm equiv; rarely both. I think zooms are convenient but heavy. I als...

In Photography » Lens for the T4i
March 17, 11:52am

Re: Camp Fire Back Warmer
How about just a mylar blanket. For a more rigid body use a sleeping pad.... If it's not to risky.

In Make Your Own Gear » Camp Fire Back Warmer
March 17, 11:42am

Who inspires you? [ Photo + Video ]
The work I surround myself with informs the way I make pictures. Who are some inspiring outdoor adventure photographers? Who's shooting exciting video of outdoor athletes? Who inspires you...

In Photography » Who inspires you? [ Photo + Video ]
March 16, 7:00pm

Re: Re: Re: Chopping a bit more weight, advice from the experts?
>> ... astonishingly adequate"! You know, I think if that were the gold standard for gear selection a lot of angst and hand wringing would be relieved! LOL

In Gear Lists » Chopping a bit more weight, advice from the experts?
March 16, 4:27pm

Thanks!
Thanks for the share! I may have to do that trip this year.

In Post-Trip Reports » Eagle Rock Loop, Arkansas
March 16, 7:51am

All Reader Reviews by Richard May

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Now Foods Carbo Gain (maltodextrin)
This powdered maltodextrin mixes very easily in water. It is corn derived. I would mix about 2 1/2 cups of powder in a 24oz bottle without clumping or other mixing problems. Though I did not try it...

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
March 04, 8:01am