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todd h (funnymoney) - BPL Lifetime Member

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About Me Began hiking in the Carolinas, some in Virginia and now in Florida - much less variation in terrain, I'm sad to say, but beautiful in its own right.

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Re: Poncho tarp
One insight about the Wild Oasis: if you're in an area w/ fire ants - those little buggers find their way in! The Serenity net tent works for me. If not for those guys, I'd probably be a ...

In GEAR » Poncho Tarp recomendations or comments?
April 03, 7:20pm

Re: MH Aluminum Package as Freezer Bag Cozy
Been using one for years that way and it's my favorite cozy yet. Not only light, but it's free, durable, and most important for me...packs small - I just slide it in my food bag between th...

In GEAR » Weight of mountain house 2 serving bag ?
April 03, 7:18pm

Re: Best mug for morning coffee?
I know you said you don't NEED it to pull double-duty....but why not let it? My ti mug boils just ver 16oz and is a great mug. The rim doesn't seem as hot as aluminum and steel mugs, ei...

In GEAR » Best mug for morning coffee?
April 03, 6:27pm

Re: Poncho Tarp recomendations or comments?
At 6'1", I won't use a poncho-tarp other than my Gatewood. Rain frequently changes directions on me, so the 360 degree protection Dale mentions is what I prefer. Given my height it...

In GEAR » Poncho Tarp recomendations or comments?
April 03, 6:22pm

Re: Weight saving techniques
With such a minimal setup, how many fingers and other appendages does one need? Start slicin' & dicin'. I say cut off anything above the knees that sticks out. :o !!!!!!

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Weight saving techniques
April 03, 6:14pm

Re: Bendy aluminum
Like MSR windscreens? Buy disposable oven roating pans @ the Dollar Store or at supermarkets, and cut to size w/ scissors.

In Make Your Own Gear » Bendy aluminum
April 03, 6:09pm

Re: Steps in creating a new UL kit
Welcome Mark!!! After digging into others' lists (as recommended above), let us know what locales and conditions you'll hike in. Let us know your general likes and dislikes (ie: you ha...

In GEAR » Steps in creating a new UL kit
April 03, 10:17am

Re: 24 Hours with the TrailLite Designs Bandoleer Pack
Great review Jamie! Very thorough. This sounds like a great pack. If only I can get my kit down to 5lbs+. Looks like Thom designed a winner. Based on your descriptions, I, too, would pre...

In GEAR » 24 Hours with the TrailLite Designs Bandoleer Pack
April 02, 4:21pm

Re: Lumbar pack
Piper, Crazy Pete did it several yrs ago....I have admired it since but don't have the guts to do it. Not for safety concerns, but for comfort - I just chicken out! Todd http://www.ba...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Lumbar pack
April 02, 6:47am

Re: $20 3 oz 900 Fill Power White Goose Down
Paypal gift sent....

In Gear Swap » $20 3 oz 900 Fill Power White Goose Down
April 02, 6:40am

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