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todd harper (funnymoney) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Sunshine State
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. A Gatewood Cape w/Serenity is my primary solo shelter nowadays.

I'm also into kayaking & fishing.
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Re: What does panel loading mean?
Elizabeth, While a "traditional" top loader has the collar / extension collar on top of the pack with a drawcord opening, a panel loader offers access to pack contents via the FRONT of...

In GEAR » Ultralight (or even lightweight) panel loading packs
March 04, 11:36am

Re: Simblissity BotSpot - thumbs up or down?
FWIW, I don't use shockcord. I use regular cord as I've had the shock cord stretch due to bottle weight on rough terrain while "jogging" for a stretch and the bottle fell out.

In GEAR » Simblissity BotSpot - thumbs up or down?
February 27, 8:54am

Re: Simblissity BotSpot - thumbs up or down?
EJ, I, too, use the cord method. Works great with one occasional downfall - If I fail to tighten the cord enough, the bottle falls to the ground. IMAGINE THAT!!!!!!!!!! Seriously, though, I...

In GEAR » Simblissity BotSpot - thumbs up or down?
February 26, 2:02pm

Re: Thread Showdown
Jesse did nothing wrong. Guns present where we are is very relevant (be it good or bad) to many on this forum. He was civil and reasonable; and was certainly helpful in pointing this out. Re...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Guns in national parks... NOW LEGAL!
February 25, 6:38am

Re: Cuben, Down, Quilt?
Tim Marshall (Posts here frequently) makes them. enlightenedequipment.com

In GEAR » Washing a cuben down quilt
February 18, 1:28pm

Re: Re: Sleeping pad selection-BMW torsolite vs neoair
Like Chris, I felt the Torsolite COULD NEVER possibly work. But the shoulders and hips actually fit and cushion where it's needed. A real eye-opener for me. Now to find that elusive slow l...

In GEAR » Sleeping pad selection-BMW torsolite vs neoair
February 17, 7:08am

Re: FS: Western Mountaineering Flash Vest
Weiyi was 1st to take it, so it's his pending receipt of payment. To answer others' questions, I am 6'1" w/ 42" jacket size and it fits great. I wear a Montbell Thermawrap...

In Gear Swap » FS: Western Mountaineering Flash Vest
February 16, 4:05pm

Re: lets take care of this
Vadim, I commend you for the way you handled this! Nice to see. This forum has lots of kind folk.

In Gear Swap » Tarptent Squall 2
February 16, 9:30am

Re: Re: Tarptent Squall 2
Ben, I agree with the points you make. $160 OR LESS in this case. Definitely not more.

In Gear Swap » Tarptent Squall 2
February 16, 9:22am

Re: RidgeRest can be cut?
1) Absolutely. Break out the scissors! 2) Very little noticeable difference. Others will provide more scientific (Thus more accurate!) data, but I suspect what difference you notice will be ...

In GEAR » Which sleeping pad is cheap and effective?
February 16, 7:14am

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