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Tad Englund (bestbuilder) - BPL Professional Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me I like to be outside
CitySeattle Area
StateWashington
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://englundhomes.com

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All Forum Posts by Tad Englund

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Re: RE:Do I really need a bivy for snow camping?
Evan, you don't need to use the road snow banks. there should be enough areas off of Highway falls on either side of the freeway. Just get off the road and look for a hillside.

In GEAR » Do I really need a bivy for snow camping?
December 16, 6:45pm

Re: RE:Do I really need a bivy for snow camping?
Evan, sorry to hear about the council cancel. Why don't you organize a smaller group and get one of the "experts" to go along. The council should give you the tour permit for it. I...

In GEAR » Do I really need a bivy for snow camping?
December 16, 5:46pm

"owner"
Daniel, I use the quotes because I can't really say that you or any of us actually OWNS another animal. I find it a odd term, "owner of a dog". Regardless if you "paid" fo...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Dogs and Leave no trace?
December 16, 3:22pm

Re: RE:Do I really need a bivy for snow camping?
Evan, I'm not fond of Tyvek (I'm a builder and I don't use it because of the problems it creates outweigh the cost, there is nothing like go old tar paper! But I wouldn't want to m...

In GEAR » Do I really need a bivy for snow camping?
December 15, 9:17pm

Re: Do I really need a bivy for snow caving?
Evan, I think the important question is- not is it warm enough, but without it, will you get wet? The first two times as an adult making igloos with the scouts my sleeping bag got wet at the foot ...

In GEAR » Do I really need a bivy for snow camping?
December 15, 8:43pm

Inov-8, 295 or 305 or 315
Which one should I buy?

In GEAR » Inov-8, 295 or 305 or 315
December 14, 4:59pm

Re: steripens
I think what Victoria was asking was "are there bottles out there that are lighter than Nagelene", not a pot. I am looking for the same thing. I use my MSR Kettle but would like to hand...

In GEAR » steripens
December 13, 3:50pm

Dogs and Leave no trace?
I’m interested in how people deal/follow with “leave no trace” principles and hiking with a dog. Here are some issues that came up during a discussion the other night between some friends. ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Dogs and Leave no trace?
December 12, 2:50pm

Re: Re: Free to good home
Jonathan, it looks like you were up first unless you want to let it go to someone else.

In Gear Swap » Free to good home
December 11, 11:18pm

Free to good home
I have a PackaFeather XL Alcohol Stove (complete). Here is the catch, You have to use the stove or pass it on. No cannibalizing the equipment. Use it as is or pass it on. You pay just the act...

In Gear Swap » Free to good home
December 11, 8:05pm

All Reader Reviews by Tad Englund

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Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Pad
The mattress totally sucked the heat out of me. See this thread for more info about this mattress.

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
November 11, 6:39pm