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Pamela Wyant (RiverRunner) - BPL Professional Member

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RE: Nalgene + Fosters can, the perfect ultralight combination
Nalgene's are pretty weighty, but I guess cutting the top and lid off would reduce the weight substantially. Otherwise, seems one would be better off to go with a sturdier pot and a lighter cu...

In Make Your Own Gear » Nalgene + Fosters can, the perfect ultralight combination?
November 20, 10:26pm

Re: Re: Steripen Adventurer/Traveler/Protector for Camelbak?
"What I already have is several Camelbak 3L bladders. Could one treat 3L of water at a time using the SteriPEN multiple times? For example 3 or 5 consecutive treatments for a 3L bladder?"...

In GEAR » Steripen Adventurer/Traveler/Protector for Sigg?
November 16, 10:20pm

RE: Cold Feet Problem
Being checked for circulation problems might be prudent if this is a recurring problem. If not, you may just be a cold sleeper and need a warmer sleeping bag or a (custom-made?) bag with more insu...

In GEAR » Cold Feet Problem - Vapor Barrier?
November 14, 4:45pm

I used my Steripen Journey successfully in temperatures down around 20F. I simply kept it inside a stuff sack of clothing next to me in my hammock overnight, and in my jacket or pants pocket durin...

In GEAR » Steripen
November 14, 2:59pm

RE: An Australian Story
Well written story Mark. I enjoyed reading it. Pam

In Editor's Roundtable » Transitional Hiker - An Australian Story
October 26, 12:43pm

You Tell Me...What is the Best Gear Ever???"
#1 - I agree with Doug & others who have said the internet. Although not strictly gear, it has been more instrumental in helping me backpack than anything else - from researching and purchasin...

In GEAR » You Tell Me...What is the Best Gear Ever???
August 25, 5:40pm

Backpacking Weight Ranks
Besides size, it seems conditons should also play a role in what determines light vs. UL vs. SUL. Someone hiking in the mountains in late October is going to have to carry a lot more insulation th...

In GEAR » Backpacking Weight Ranks
August 18, 12:12am

Re: Nunatak
I guess that's very fitting Jay, since it's part of your 'home away from home'.

In GEAR » Nunatak
August 17, 11:59pm

Re: Nunatak
Handmade of quality materials. Worth every penny.

In GEAR » Nunatak
August 17, 10:08pm

RE: 20 degree bag vs. 30 degree bag for 3 season use
I tend to agree with Lynn and Dewey on the extra warmth if you can only choose one bag. A PLB or 'Spot' tracker can be useful to help rescuers find you, but they still have to get there, w...

In GEAR » 20 degree bag vs. 30 degree bag for 3 season use
August 17, 9:59pm

All Reader Reviews by Pamela Wyant

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Photon Freedom Micro (White)
Santa brought me one of these for Christmas, and it has quickly become my favorite light. For it's weight it's amazingly bright. I used it to night hike a half mile or so last weekend. Th...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
February 05, 1:35am