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Re: "Balls and Sunshine Ripped-off on the CDT!!"
Definitely a chicks handwriting.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Balls and Sunshine Ripped-off on the CDT!!
April 27, 1:14pm

Re: Holy Cross Wilderness
"I would also suggest the holy cross wilderness. I did a loop there a few years ago. The loop acrually starts and comes out about 100 yards from each other. (Missouri Lakes and Fancy Pass trai...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Looking for 50 to 100 mile loop trail in Colorado. Suggestions?
April 27, 11:11am

Re: Longsleeve question
All personal preference here and the opposite approach (for me) is to bring a sole rain jacket, which also happens to be the OR Helium II, along with a short sleeve synthetic shirt and my Stoic Had...

In GEAR » WIndshirt Vs. Rain jacket
April 27, 9:48am

Re: Thoughts on Gossamer Gear Kumo - Don't like it :-(
I took mine on its first trip a few weeks ago. I used it for 3 full days. My first "frameless" pack despite that I bought and am using the Air Beam instead of the Sitlite pad. I also sewe...

In GEAR » Thoughts on Gossamer Gear Kumo - Don't like it :-(
April 22, 4:04pm

Trans-Zion Trek April 5-7
3 Days, 2 nights. Around 40 miles hiked. Lee Pass, La Verkin Creek, Kolob Arch, Bear Trap Canyon, Hop Valley, Wildcat Canyon, West Rim Trail, Potato Hollow, Angels Landing, The Grotto. New Gear...

In Post-Trip Reports » Trans-Zion Trek April 5-7
April 21, 9:00pm

Re: Escalante and the Waterpocket Fold
I could comment quite a bit here... but I'll save it :) Good stuff Brendan. Thanks for sharing.

In Post-Trip Reports » Escalante and the Waterpocket Fold
April 20, 4:07pm

Re: Current Colorado Snow/Water Equivalents
"I bet your skiing is insane today, huh?" Vail Resorts stated today they're reopening Vail and Breck for the weekend. Thought all that nonsense was in their past. Crow never tasted...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Current Colorado Snow/Water Equivalents
April 16, 6:38pm

Current Colorado Snow/Water Equivalents
Here are a few updated snow/water equivalent graphs after the big storm dumps that hit the central Colorado Rockies the past few days. Things are looking up after a very slow start. The 2001-2002 y...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Current Colorado Snow/Water Equivalents
April 16, 9:32am

Re: Response
I’ll add to Matthew’s original thought that you won’t need maps. Go with the data-book instead. The Colorado Trail Foundation does such a good job of maintaining and marking the trail it’s ...

In Gear Lists » Colorado Trail 2013
April 03, 12:41pm

Re: Re: Re: Just use your pack liner?
"I am surprised folks are finding new reasons to buy more stuff. NOT!!" I personally take great pride in seeing my $3 circulate through the U.S. economy.

In GEAR » XTherm: use the included pump sack or lungs?
April 01, 10:10am

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