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Ask and ye shall receive Apparently the rest of the trail is coming "shortly."

In Gear Swap » WTB: Newer Ipod Touch w/ Wifi and / or Bad Elf GPS Dongle for Ipod Touch for PCT Thru
April 12, 3:13pm

Good list
It's a good list. With the umbrella, you can probably get away without a rain jacket or rain pants for CA. But maybe think about adding one for OR/WA. Unlike the AT, on the PCT you are at ...

In Gear Lists » PCT 2013 Mid-Late May Start NOBO - 3.5-4 month desired timeframe
April 12, 6:29am

Nope, sorry. Personally, I'm a map and compass guy--I only use my smartphone/GPS when totally lost. (On a related note, I always wonder why people release iPhone apps before Android. Andro...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Newer Ipod Touch w/ Wifi and / or Bad Elf GPS Dongle for Ipod Touch for PCT Thru
April 11, 8:54pm

Why bother?
Why carry 2 devices when you can get 1? Get yourself something with built-in GPS and save $ and lbs. There's the Galaxy Player 4.2 for $180 or so. Or, for $300, you can get the Google Nexus ...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Newer Ipod Touch w/ Wifi and / or Bad Elf GPS Dongle for Ipod Touch for PCT Thru
April 11, 8:30pm

water capacity
I came to the PCT from the humid east coast, so I was pretty clueless about desert hiking and how much water I'd need. I guesstimated that I would drink 1 L per 4 miles (+ more if dry-camping ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » PCT - Southern CA Desert - Water Capacity
April 10, 5:57pm

1210 mini-review
I have the 1210s and I've put around 200 miles on them whiletraining for a thru-hike. Things I like: the outsoles - good traction the midsole - somewhat cushioned but not plush. The hee...

In GEAR » New Balance 910v1 and 1210 (Leadville)
April 09, 6:38am

Houdini repair
There was this thread: What I ended up doing was taking my Houdini to a professional sea...

In Make Your Own Gear » Houdini ripped, repair?
April 08, 2:44pm

Pasta for FBC
Angel hair ends up tough or mushy for me. I gave up on it after several attempts. Elbow macaroni (especially the Kraft Mac 'n cheese kind) usually comes out perfect. I don't pre-cook o...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Pasta for FBC
April 04, 5:08pm

Z-Lite/Ridgerest Sol questions
I just picked up a new Z-Lite Sol which has a heat-reflecting, metallic-looking surface on one side. I have 2 questions: 1) To maximize the r value, which side should be facing up when I'm sle...

In GEAR » Z-Lite/Ridgerest Sol questions
April 03, 5:22pm

A hospice nurse did a survey of the regrets of people about to die. The top regret was failure to be true to oneself. Number 2 was working too hard. Number 5 was not letting yourself be happy. ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Anyone ever regret a thru hike??
March 27, 12:07pm

All Reader Reviews by Scott S

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Mountain Laurel Design FS exodus
I used an Exodus FS for my 5-month CDT thru-hike. The pack was, by far, my least favorite piece of gear. What I didn't like: - The pack squeaked loudly and persistently, with almost every ste...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
December 23, 5:07pm