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Curtis B. (rutilate) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale New England
About Me Getting lighter and lighter, but those twinkies just don't seem to be helping much.
CityLittleton
StateMA
CountryUSA
My PDF Gear List6 Days through Yellowstone in August, 2011

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Re: Re: Survey for advertising to be seen by MLifers
Doug, are you feeling your age?

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Survey for advertising to be seen by MLifers
November 02, 10:44am

Re:Survey for advertising to be seen by MLifers
I too received the survey invitation, and this was my response: I'm sorry, but as a lifetime member, I paid my dues and have received no real return on this investment. You (Ryan) have been...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Survey for advertising to be seen by MLifers
October 29, 5:12am

Re: Pleats?!
I LOVE your quilt design. Is the draw cord just a cinch across 3-5" of fabric, or is it more of a waist cord? I wonder if quilts are more common on humid, wet New England? I never needed ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Cuben Rain Kilt (It's UL, it's fashionable, it's Cuben!)
September 16, 11:31am

What can be said?
I'm not sure that this should be a featured article as much as perhaps a picture-heavy but lightweight trip report. It really doesn't share any great locations, practical tips, explicit gea...

In Editor's Roundtable » Off-trail in the Teton Wilderness
August 28, 4:49pm

Re: Soy Sauce
How much soy sauce are you using that the miniscule weight of a few single-serve packs from the local sushi joint is unreasonable? Serious question. I was preparing food for a family of three, o...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Dehydrating Soy Sauce?
August 27, 9:01am

Unsure about this conversion from boots to trail shoes
My first attempt to convert from boots to trail shoes is a near failure. I'm interested in your thoughts as to what to do differently. My wife, son, and I just completed the 100 Mile Wilder...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Unsure about this conversion from boots to trail shoes
August 27, 8:55am

Re: simple no-cook lunch
Bogs: >>> Cold smoked salmon (not hot-smoked!), cream or goat cheese, red onion and capers in a whole grain wrap. All those ingredients will keep for days, but if long-term heat makes th...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Anyone recommend two simple, no-cook lunches?
August 14, 7:06pm

Anyone recommend two simple, no-cook lunches?
Can you recommend a no-cook, tasty lunch? I've got all my food ready for 3 people, 9 days except for two lunches and I can't for the life of me find anything that sounds appetizing. Or ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Anyone recommend two simple, no-cook lunches?
August 14, 6:43pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Difference between map and trail distance?
"A metal trail sign is pretty indestructible." Yeah, that would tend to last a while!!

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Difference between map and trail distance?
August 08, 8:34pm

Re: Re: Difference between map and trail distance?
Jerry wrote: "Distance along diagonal is sqrt(1000^2 + 5280^2) = 5370 feet = 1.02 miles. So there's a 2% difference where there's a steep slope - pretty insignificant." Ah, go ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Difference between map and trail distance?
August 08, 8:18pm

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