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Dale Wambaugh (dwambaugh) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me Native Seattlite, hiking and biking in the woods since I was a kid. Returned to backpacking a couple years ago and discovered the pleasures ultralight hiking-- it appeals to my gadgeteering nature and my aging body parts :)
CitySeattle
StateWashington
CountryUSA
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SOLD: Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Duffel Bag 40 Liters, 2.8oz!
Sold to Alan: used Sea to Summit Ultra-Sil duffel bag in excellent condition with no stains or damage. A stuff sack is not included. This is great to add a duffel bag to your travel kit without add...

In Gear Swap » FS: Sea To Summit Ultra-Sil Duffel Bag 40 Liters, 2.8oz!
July 05, 8:14pm

Re: Titanium Pot Scorch Marks and "active" cooking
If you have a hot stove that doesn't simmer well, you need to keep things moving-- what I call "active cooking." Having a good pot grip and some insulation for your hand and keeping t...

In GEAR » Evernew 1.3 Titanium Pot – ok for light cooking?
July 05, 8:03pm

Re: canister stove with truly great simmer/flame adjustability?
My Soto Micro Regulator with the accessory windscreen works well for me. I would like to try the Windmaster model for comparison.

In GEAR » canister stove with truly great simmer/flame adjustability?
July 05, 6:22pm

Re: Creating Case for Rod, can't find End caps!
You might try art and drafting supply stores to see what is available. The Alvin Ice Tubes look promising: http://www.alvinco.com/Shop/Products.aspx?GID=2077

In Fishing » Creating Case for Rod, can't find End caps!
July 05, 5:27pm

Re: quilts vs mummies
IMHO, quilts can differ from bags in two versions: Version 1: With a given grade of down and fabric, a quilt has the section that would be compressed by your torso and the hood removed, ending u...

In GEAR » Lightest 20F Synthetic Bag?
July 05, 5:20pm

Blogs as a bikepacking resource
I want to mention how useful blogs have been as a resource for bikepacking---and cycle touring too. There are so many people on amazing adventures in remote parts of the world and they have shared ...

In Bikepacking & Bicycle Touring » Blogs as a bikepacking resource
July 05, 10:20am

Re: Atsko DWR treatment and dryer temp?
Laundry symbol guide: http://lifehacker.com/5987106/learn-all-those-complicated-laundry-instructions-with-this-handy-chart

In GEAR » Atsko DWR treatment and dryer temp?
July 05, 9:43am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: 10 years on the run from the FBI on the AT - Bismarck
"There must have been a Ted Bundy anniversary recently because there were a couple documentaries. He was very personable. He worked for the governor of Washington and was thought of for a futu...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » 10 years on the run from the FBI on the AT - Bismarck
July 04, 4:21pm

Re: Re: Condensation?
"this is because Reflectix is a vapor barrier and doesn't breath." None of the products we use for pads or ground cloth breathes. It gets wet because it gets cold enough to condens...

In Make Your Own Gear » Reflectix Sleeping Pad
July 04, 2:30pm

SOLD: Novara Stowable Bike Jacket Cycling Wind Shell, Men's Large Trim Fit, Orange
Sold to Scott: an REI Novara Stowable Bike Jacket. This is a polyester wind shell, about on the breathabilty with the new Houdini or Pertex type shells. It is a men's large and on the trim sid...

In Gear Swap » FS: Novara Stowable Bike Jacket Cycling Wind Shell, Men's Large Trim Fit, Orange
July 04, 2:21pm

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