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Todd Taylor (texasbb) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me I'm a flatlander hick from southeast Texas who fell in love with the mountains after spending two summers in New Mexico and one in Colorado. I was mostly a dayhiker until my kids got old enough that I wasn't spending every spare minute at a game or recital. Now I get out for multiday trips 4-5 times a year. I like to keep moving, cover a lot of ground. Not big on lounging around, even if it's gorgeous. I don't like out-and-backs. There's just too much of Creation to see!
CityWest Richland
StateWashington
CountryUSA

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Re: Trip Canceled: Let us Rant and Commiserate Together
I cancelled a much anticipated trip because I thought I had a tibial stress fracture. When I finally got to an orthopedist, he said the first doc's diagnosis was over cautious and my leg is fi...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Trip Canceled: Let us Rant and Commiserate Together
September 11, 9:19am

Re: LEAVE NO TRACE
There's no such thing. The animals don't LNT and neither can we. You can Leave Minimal Trace, and that's what I try to do, but that really means different things depending on the ecos...

In Philosophy & Technique » LEAVE NO TRACE
September 05, 8:26am

Re: Additive
Yes, R-values in series sum, so it matters not which is on top, at least not under ideal conditions. The decision of which to put on top is a function of practical, not theoretical, consideratio...

In GEAR » regular ccf pad under large inflatable pad.
September 02, 8:55pm

Re: Re Suunto
I agree with others that it might be defective, but I'll just say this: My Suunto Core takes some time to equilibrate sometimes, especially if it's windy. Don't just read the elevatio...

In GEAR » New Suunto Core owner - Help please.
September 01, 7:14pm

Re: is a knife a non-essential item?
Nope, it's essential. Rarely needed but indispensable when needed. Doesn't need to be big; it's mainly for cutting string, cord, hangnails, occasionally wood slivers (tender). My big...

In GEAR » is a knife a non-essential item?
August 27, 8:08pm

Re: Tall
"One thing almost tougher than just being tall, is being both tall and skinny. Finding clothes for someone 6'3" that aren't sized for people who are also larger on the X-axis is s...

In GEAR » Tall person's support thread
August 25, 11:11am

Re: Tall Rain Pants
"Todd Taylor, you wrote, "Rain gear: I have never seen a pair of tall rain pants. Ever. Well, that's not completely true; the 8-lb yellow things they wear on Deadliest Catch come in P...

In GEAR » Tall person's support thread
August 24, 4:32pm

Re: Tall person's support thread...
"Fortunately, I don't have your problem (only 6 ft) but I like a roomy shelter. I bought a Big Agnes Slater UL1+ and have REALLY been enjoying the extra length. This tent is 96 inches long...

In GEAR » Tall person's support thread
August 24, 9:05am

Re: Tall person's support thread
I gotta chime in, I guess. I'm 6'5", about 205, and have plenty of rants. Clothes: I thank my lucky stars for Eddie Bauer/First Ascent. I have their down jacket, several tall hik...

In GEAR » Tall person's support thread
August 23, 8:37pm

Max capacity
Some of the ones mentioned above top out at 2.2 lb or 6 lb. I wouldn't want one that low if only because I like to weigh my food bag, which busts those limits quite often. Just another consid...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Looking for a scale to weigh my things.
August 22, 3:16pm

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