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Walk up permits
I have gotten walk up permits in Yosemite and it really wasn't much hassle. I figure odds are excellent if I arrive on M-TH and am willing to hang a day (or two) if I don't get a permit ri...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Wonderland Trail Preliminary Planning
January 15, 3:07pm

Restock
"As I've posted many times, my family did the Wonderland Train in 13 nights and enjoyed every single moment" I am curious how many days of food you had to carry at a time to do tho...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Wonderland Trail Preliminary Planning
January 15, 2:11pm

Thanks for the info
Thanks, I kind of figured the recommended mileage was very conservative. Good to have some verification. "The 10-14 day recommendations are directed at people who are carrying 50+ lb rucks...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Wonderland Trail Preliminary Planning
January 15, 12:56pm

Wonderland Trail Preliminary Planning
I am considering doing the Wonderland Trail in August or September. I am not yet fully decided on this trip at that time, but plan to commit by the time permit requests start being accepted (March...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Wonderland Trail Preliminary Planning
January 15, 9:31am

Musical instruments for backpacking
Lorn, I hope you will share a video. I am a little self conscious about my playing and am still hesitant to do so myself. I have been busy building lots of instruments, but the large majority h...

In Make Your Own Gear » Musical instruments for backpacking
October 27, 7:53am

Update
I have been pretty busy building travel instruments for folks less concerned about weight than some folks here are, so I have been working more with heavier woods like walnut, black locust, and che...

In Make Your Own Gear » Musical instruments for backpacking
October 05, 5:25am

Re: Re: Latest Backpacking Dulcimer
YouTube videos would be nice and I wish I had a good one to share. I will try to put something together, but there are some problems. I don't actually have all the variations of the instrum...

In Make Your Own Gear » Musical instruments for backpacking
September 04, 4:21am

Latest Backpacking Dulcimer
This latest one is finished and getting mailed off to Japan today. I used some different wood that the previous ones, English walnut, black walnut, and Spanish cedar.

In Make Your Own Gear » Musical instruments for backpacking
September 02, 6:31am

Latest Backpacking Dulcimer
The latest one completed is another tiny dulcimer, the model I call the Wren. This one has a new sound hole design that I think has worked out well. I think it looks and sounds great. The next p...

In Make Your Own Gear » Musical instruments for backpacking
August 23, 4:09pm

New Chromatic Stick
A BPL member requested this chromatic version of my Bluebird stick dulcimer. He wanted it tuned open G rather than like a "normal" dulcimer so that is what I did. I think it came out gr...

In Make Your Own Gear » Musical instruments for backpacking
August 14, 12:22pm

All Reader Reviews by Pete Staehling

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Thermarest Neo-Air
I love my NeoAir (size regular). It is light, comfy, and packs small. I agree that for the price a patch kit should be included, but I don't miss the stuff sack. I have been using a ziploc ba...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
March 23, 12:04pm