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Re: Geko
Mine was a 201. I had laid in waypoints for a mountainous unmarked/unmaintained/not so clear even when you're on it/through-the-trees route. The 201 that had worked fine in my backyard was not...

In Gear Deals » Best GPS: Garmin Geko - Only $29
January 04, 6:59pm

Re: Baselayer to sleep
IMO, you have a lot of reasonable options. Which ones are best depend on desired insulation, fabric feel, odor control, drying speed, and durability (wrt laundering and/or potential daytime use). ...

In GEAR » Baselayer to sleep
January 04, 2:56pm

Re: Re: Dried Kim Chee
Don't do it! Once you've tried it, you'll never be able to pass by the display again. And if you're like me, you won't be able to plan on using it as an ingredient. In my foo...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Dried Kim Chee
January 04, 2:33pm

Re: Juicer + Dehydrator
Interesting idea. But for what it's worth, I'm inclined to think you may be at least as well off, and maybe better, just drying the fruits and vegetables for trail consumption. Or if you w...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Juicer + Dehydrator
January 04, 2:30pm

Re: Best GPS: Garmin Geko - Only $29
Hi Dan, Have you used Geko in a wide range of conditions? I bought a used one a few years ago for the kinds of limited uses you describe, but had such a hard time locking on to a signal when I ...

In Gear Deals » Best GPS: Garmin Geko - Only $29
January 04, 2:23pm

Re: I had one
Thanks, Paul. Do you know what they sent you? (And presumably what they're selling, if the 19 oz is the correct info, instead of the 14 oz.) Not obvious to me what NeoAir would be 18-19 oz. Ca...

In Gear Deals » Therm A Rest NeoAir regular - $70 @ campsaver.com
December 28, 8:42pm

Re: Family Affair
Thanks again, Max. They arrived and they are indeed awesome. Happy holidays! Cheers, Bill

In Gear Swap » PIF: Kuhl Hiking Pants, Size 32 x 34
December 22, 4:03pm

WTB: Quarter Dome T2
I'm potentially interested in picking up an REI Quarter Dome T2 (original, not so much the "plus"). If you have one in good condition that you're interested in selling, please me...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Quarter Dome T2
December 14, 6:39am

Re: Chipotle,lime, black beans
Mark and all, Any recommendations wrt brand and source for good chipotle powder? I've been very happy with True Lime (and True Lemon). Both great for cooking and for flavoring drinks, eit...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Fish Tacos
December 06, 7:22pm

Calorie cost of tags
Calorie cost for 0.5 oz seemed high. When I plug the same numbers into Hiking Science calculator, I get ~12 calories (dietary) per thousand miles. Did I make error, or is something else amiss? ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Snags with Tags
November 29, 8:35am

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