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Kevin Burton (burtonator) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale norcal
About Me 35, male. Software Engineer living in downtown San Francisco.

I'm an intermediate/advanced backpacker. In excellent shape. Love the outdoors.

Avid fisherman. I always carry my rod with me when I am backpacking.

I've climbed Mount Shasta, hiked most of Yosemite, visited Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons.

I'm going to do a 4 week section hike of the PCT in 2013.

You could say I'm addicted.

I have a bunch of backpacking videos over at

http://youtube.com/user/burtonator
CitySan Francisco
StateCA
CountryUS
My Website URLhttp://burtonator.wordpress.com

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Re: snakes
> It has no concept of hot or cold. Its body is the same temperature as its environment. This isn't true. While reptiles can operate at colder temperatures... they have an ideal temperat...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Safety of sleeping on the ground with no critter protection
December 24, 12:10pm

Re: Suggestions on cleaning tent?
I take it into the shower, then wash it, then hang it from the shower head... by the next morning it should be dry.

In GEAR » Suggestions on cleaning tent?
December 24, 12:04pm

weird...
when we went to Yellowstone last summer I was forced to check my bag but took my trekking poles and fishing poles and checked them into the overhead compartment. Didn't have a problem... ...

In GEAR » Flying With Trekking Poles - TSA Response
December 23, 4:23pm

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I have Backcountry Navigator and for ... I think $25 you get all the AccuTerra maps and unlimited downloads. I have basically every park system at my disposal.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » topo for GPS H. Coe
December 20, 2:22pm

100 years in tuolomne...
Check this out: http://ridgelinephotography.com/Yosemite.htm Click the pins and then you can see how the park changed over 100 years

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » 100 years in tuolomne...
December 19, 3:58pm

nice options...
so it seems my options are pretty open: http://qiwiz.net/StoveAccessories.html http://www.target.com/p/calphalon-kitchen-essentials-cooling-rack/-/A-10941577?ref=tgt_adv_XSG10001&AFID=Goo...

In GEAR » Ultralight grill for fish, tortillas, sausages, etc.
December 17, 3:45pm

Ultralight grill for fish, tortillas, sausages, etc.
I'm looking for an ultralight grill I can use with my emberlit wood stove. Something without a massive amount of weight (obviously). It would also be nice if I could use it to heat up tor...

In GEAR » Ultralight grill for fish, tortillas, sausages, etc.
December 17, 1:46pm

skillz
don't underestimate some good fire starting skills along with a knife and a fire steel... With this gear, the right skill set, and a ton of practice before hand, you can make fire in the pou...

In GEAR » A 3.4oz fire starting insurance policy
December 17, 12:42pm

carbonation...
if the carbonation bottle works I might take it JUST to make carbonated water (which I like far more than regular water). However, if the water bottle can hold hot beverages (boiling water) then...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Beer concentrate lets you take brews on an outdoor adventure
December 16, 10:26am

Re: Bataan March New Mexico advice
Well one thing I should point out is the ONLY way to be certain is to just use the shoes yourself. People can be VERY different in how their feet respond and what works for you may not work for ot...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Bataan March New Mexico advice
December 15, 4:23pm

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