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Adam Kilpatrick (oysters) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale South Australia
About Me Into Bushwalking in remote areas in Australia. Have completed alot of walks in Southern Australia, especially in the Flinders Ranges, but also some decent trips in Victoria, Tasmania, and Central Australia.

I also spend a lot of time in the field for work (arid areas) and am an avid Scouter!

Oh yeah, and I'm into cycling and photography too.
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Faced with the same scenario (wife very interested in doing more bushwalking with me, and we have a 15month old daughter, planning for another), I've ordered a 4 person mid (a 9x9) from oware, ...

In GEAR » Okay, so here is the new scenario.....(family and solo backpacking)..what's the perfect set-up?
July 27, 3:04am

Re: Re: From here
Sorry about slow response. At the moment, it looks like you've made a triangle. Now, with three more struts of the same length, add them to turn the frame into a triangular based pyramid. Fl...

In Make Your Own Gear » Concept Design for UL Cuben fiber, Silnylon, Carbon fiber, Dyneema cord, fully collaspseable Umbrella
July 26, 6:25am

5.2oz....enough to start thinking about converting...
I have used hammocks a little, though only in standing camps. (At the last World Scout Jamboree in Sweden, I got to spend a lot of time with someone who works for Hennessey, running their operation...

In GEAR » New Hammock Company, Made in USA, 5.2oz Single Hammock
July 23, 6:58am

Reduce thickness neoair
I wish it was easy to reduce the thickness of a neoair. Or that Thermarest came out with a "2 season" thin version.

In GEAR » Can you shorten a Neoair?
July 22, 6:14pm

Re: Re: Just so I understand it -
The odd number of chambers is a good insight Todd :-) EDIT: I also wonder, if one were to choose to do a few baffles, which would be more useful? My instinct tells me that some of the central...

In Make Your Own Gear » 7d Karo Step Sewn-Thru Quilt
July 18, 5:45pm

Another option, if you don't think you'll use a 20degree quilt much, is to shoot for a synthetic quilt and save more dough. Sure, your weight goes up, but its only for this hike, and its no...

In GEAR » Cost and Fill Power
July 17, 2:34am

Re: RTW gear brainstorming
Quick thoughts on the big 4... that pack is pretty small. No way you'd fit your gear in it inc a trumpet, unless you get some quite light gear (not the stuff you mention!) S/bag. 40deg is...

In Gear Lists » RTW gear brainstorming
July 17, 2:30am

Re: Cost and Fill Power
You are talking about $/ounce or $/gram, which is, actually, a very very rational way of deciding to spend money on weight weenie purchases. Quite commonly made in the extreme weight weenie cycling...

In GEAR » Cost and Fill Power
July 17, 2:16am

Re: Got a tarp - Need a bivy
8*10 is a good sized solo tarp, that you can pitch close to the ground for tough weather. This makes the bivy shell choice less crucial that say for a small poncho tarp or a monk tarp etc. In your ...

In GEAR » Got a tarp - Need a bivy
July 17, 2:12am

Re: Re: Re: 10 cents and light was you want it
BG Bahaha!

In GEAR » 13g knife
July 15, 6:33pm

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