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Larry Dyer (veriest1) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Texas
About Me Born 1984; raised in the sticks; grew up hiking, riding bikes, and camping; decided to combine them in 2009.
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Re: Thanks
Try using the Air Core by folding it into equal sections roughly the width of the back panel while it's not inflated and with the valve pointing up. Then pack everything in pretty tight and sli...

In GEAR » Best Support for a Frameless Pack
July 07, 7:00am

I don't know much about the OP but the 20 or so packs in the first run of framed exodus are going to go fast and you have to have purchased an item over $150 from MLD in the past to even get on...

In GEAR » Best Support for a Frameless Pack
July 07, 5:00am

No wet feet for me... For long anyway.
Nah, I don't like hiking with wet feet. Trail runners dry fast similar to a synthetic shirt. When hiking a persons feet generate a significant amount of heat and your shoes and socks will dry o...

In GEAR » Footwear - waterproof boots v. fast drying trail running shoes.
July 07, 4:53am

I think one of my favorite methods is a Thermarest Prolite folded and slightly infated. It lets you tension the contents slightly with the amount of air you put in. Sadly the Prolite doesn't wo...

In GEAR » Best Support for a Frameless Pack
July 06, 10:10pm

Dual Sport
Just to revive this thread a bit I picked up a dual sport motorcycle a few months back. Tons of fun and I get to obsess over similar spreadsheets with spare parts, tools, riding gear, and camping g...

In Other Activities » Come on, give me some more activities to be obsession about, my GF will love it!
July 06, 9:21pm

That's a great compilation and an interesting read to boot! Question though, how do you like The Book of the Bivy by Turnbull? Maybe I need to read it again but, after having it recommended ...

In GEAR » Bivy Condensation literature review
July 06, 9:10pm

Definitely the boots. They're multipurpose - meaning you won't have to carry anything else to store your water in. When your thirsty just pop off your boot and take a drink from the funky cup.

In GEAR » Footwear - waterproof boots v. fast drying trail running shoes.
July 06, 8:57pm

Not this guy again.
I guess I just don't find it amusing anymore.

In GEAR » ULTIMATE Gear Review
July 04, 5:18pm

Do you have a smart phone? If so will a smartphone app accomplish what you want to do? I just pack a iphone for backup... and Angry Birds.

In GEAR » Please recommend a bare-bones but quality GPS
July 04, 5:14pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Swift vs CDT
Bradford, have you considered cutting your RR so you could put some in the pocket and some in the pack and reattach them at night with Velcro or something? On topic, my "CDT" (actuall...

In GEAR » Swift vs CDT
July 01, 12:30pm

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