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Conrad Stoll (cnstoll) - BPL Forum Member

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About Me I started backpacking in the boy scouts more than 10 years ago. In 2001 and 2003 I went to Philmont as a trekker, and in 2003 I also participated in a 21 day program called Rayado. After that I spent a lot of time hiking everywhere I could around Texas and New Mexico, including nearly a dozen trips to Big Bend and Guadalupe Mountains. In 2007 and 2008 I returned to Philmont as a Ranger and Rayado Ranger. In 2009 I returned again as a Ranger Trainer.
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Sleeping Bag
You definitely want a sleeping bag. You could probably get by just fine with a 35 degree, it just depends what kind of sleeper you are. It can get pretty chilly in some spots.

In Philmont » Sleeping bag
January 30, 8:38pm

Sleep Shirt
Really you just need a spare light shirt to substitute for your sweaty one from hiking. If don't sleep with a shirt on, then just a fresh pair of boxers or something along those lines.

In Philmont » Sleep Clothes?
January 30, 8:36pm

Food Prep
I'll share with ya'll the way that I usually teach meal prep for Philmont dinners. It does involve both large cooking pots, and a normal whisperlite style stove, but to be honest, it isn&#...

In Philmont » Philmont Food
January 30, 8:20pm

Could go either way.
You definitely need rain pants, but plenty of people get by just fine with frog togs and things of that nature that tear easily. Usually the trails are pretty well kept, but that may not always b...

In Philmont » OA Trail Crew
January 30, 8:05pm

Initial Impressions
Hello, I'm new to the boards, but I spent a lot of time here researching my recent purchase of the NeoAir pad, and so I wanted to post some of my initial impressions of it. My opinion of ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Sleeping Pad Review
January 28, 2:38pm

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