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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale People's Republic of Boulder
About Me I like to hike, backpack, camp and backcountry ski every so often...
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StateCO
My Website URLhttp://www.pmags.com

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BRS-3000T stove Spotlite Review
Amen to that Randy.

In Editor's Roundtable » BRS-3000T stove Spotlite Review
May 06, 11:30am

The Perfect Campsite
Something I wrote that I thought I'd share...   Was in a philosophical mood. May be of interest. Or not. :) http://www.pmags.com/the-perfect-campsite

In On the Web » The Perfect Campsite
May 06, 9:27am

Dogs in Little Bookcliffs WSA
Nothing technical and dogs are allowed. The Spring Creek trail had an interesting trail it one part, but nothing a n experienced trail dog, or human :) , can't handle. again, not technical, ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Colorado Canyon Country – Little Bookcliffs WSA
May 05, 10:30pm

BRS-3000T stove Spotlite Review
I used it in the field this past weekend if anyone is curious. http://www.pmags.com/alcohol-stove-alternative-hornet-brs-3000t Short version: Nice little stove, probably best for solo use. Go...

In Editor's Roundtable » BRS-3000T stove Spotlite Review
May 05, 7:18pm

Colorado Canyon Country – Little Bookcliffs WSA
An overnight backpacking trip to an area that featured canyons, desert flowers in bloom and mustangs. Full trip report here...

In Post-Trip Reports » Colorado Canyon Country – Little Bookcliffs WSA
May 04, 4:25pm

Denver local looking for experienced backpacking partner(s).
"Now you know why some of us prefer solo hiking. When we started we couldn't find anyone to go with us. So we went alone. After a while, we figured out we like going alone anyway." ...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Denver local looking for experienced backpacking partner(s).
May 03, 7:40pm

New advice on a good car camping stove for one
"I enjoy these kinds of threads where there is outdoor living aside from backpacking." While I love backpacking, there are many great areas that aren't really backpacking destinati...

In GEAR » New advice on a good car camping stove for one
April 28, 12:24pm

New advice on a good car camping stove for one
I knew the tanks expired, but not sure when. Looks like it is 12 years. Then you re-certify. This link was very interesting (never knew about the TW designation) http://toponautic.blogspot.co...

In GEAR » New advice on a good car camping stove for one
April 27, 7:58pm

New advice on a good car camping stove for one
The WG stove was a gift from my then girlfriend. (Well before Mrs Mags). Truth-be-told, the propane IS easier to use. Which is why I have the converter: http://www.amazon.com/Century-Regulated...

In GEAR » New advice on a good car camping stove for one
April 27, 6:36pm

butane
Butane is good around 40-45F IIRC..then it really loses efficiency. Would not work well for many places where people camp in the mountains. Car camping meals with two types of stoves mentione...

In GEAR » New advice on a good car camping stove for one
April 27, 1:17pm

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