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Bob Gross (--B.G.--) - BPL Guest

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Re: Nevada in October?
When in Las Vegas, you will be pretty close to Death Valley National Park. By the end of October, most of the summer heat will have passed, but it is before most of the winter weather has arrived. ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Nevada in October?
May 19, 10:23pm

Re: Eagle Rock Loop, AK
Eagle Rock Loop, AK (Alaska) or Eagle Rock Loop, AR (Arkansas)? Whichever, I don't think that this is east of the Mississippi. --B.G.--

In Pre-Trip Planning » East of the Mississippi
May 19, 8:02pm

Re: Zebra goes to 4000K
"Right, but the lowest Kelvin temp on Zebralights is only 4400K... More importantly, Zebra burns only 20-30min at 200+lum. Specs say 45min, but it's half that when outside." There ...

In GEAR » Rpal - fantastic and tiny 300lum LED
May 19, 5:49pm

Re: inReach Explorer as GPS when Freedom plan suspended
"Finally, would it be smarter to buy the SE as a dedicated satellite communications device, and a separate GPS for trip planning and recording?" That is sort of what I do, except that ...

In GEAR » inReach Explorer as GPS when Freedom plan suspended
May 19, 5:44pm

Re: It's 3000K
Different Zebralights have different color temperatures. --B.G.--

In GEAR » Rpal - fantastic and tiny 300lum LED
May 19, 4:32pm

Re: Re: Bungee leash for dogs
Kat, maybe your felted wool leash would work good on mountain lions. --B.G.--

In Make Your Own Gear » Bungee leash for dogs
May 19, 4:02pm

Re: Not for me..
For sure, too heavy. --B.G.--

In GEAR » Rpal - fantastic and tiny 300lum LED
May 19, 3:59pm

Re: Bungee leash for dogs
In some of the local parks with hiking trails, the maximum allowable length for a dog leash is 6 feet. --B.G.--

In Make Your Own Gear » Bungee leash for dogs
May 19, 2:48pm

I was strolling through the REI store, and I noticed a progressive merchandising concept. They are pushing more and more electronic devices, e.g. GPS receivers, heart-rate monitors, portable weathe...

In Philosophy & Technique » REI
May 19, 2:25pm

Re: help anyone? I'm upside down and the waterfalls are falling sideways
I will take a wild guess that you shot these using an Apple iPhone 4. It has been my experience that Apple products put an orientation tag on the image file that is a bit inconsistent. If you us...

In User Test Forum » K test
May 19, 1:15am

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