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Jeffs Eleven (WoodenWizard) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Greater Mt Tabor
About Me I'm not a hiker, but I play one on TV.

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All Forum Posts by Jeffs Eleven

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Re: The Big 3
Nylon water?:) Maybe they'll come out with silnylon water so there can be water-resistant water. Dehydrated water would be the pinnacle, though. Think of the weight savings. Breathe on ...

In Philosophy & Technique » The Big Three or Nine or ?
August 30, 10:02am

Re: Re: Chaffing - Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion
For me, and I think this is the big difference- Ken, you said you have tried boxers. But what the earlier poster, and I use is boxer-BRIEFS, not just plain boxers. The boxer briefs hold to the...

In Philosophy & Technique » Chaffing
August 29, 8:17pm

Re: a bit too light
SuperUltraLighters are ruining Backpacking

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » a bit too light
August 27, 12:17pm

Re: Suluk 46 - Website Feedback
I don't know about websites but I will say one thing I do like about your site is the big clear pics of your stuff. Cameras and software are easy these days, and its a shame more websites don&...

In On the Web » Suluk 46 - Website Feedback
August 25, 12:01pm

Re: 2009 Wonderland
Dave, I waited out that thunderstorm in the Maple Creek campsite. Where were you? Also the next day when there was thunder during the early afternoon we waited in the Indian Bar shelter. Awesome...

In Post-Trip Reports » Wonderland Trail info
August 22, 7:15pm

Re: Need pack able to carry wetsuit on outside.
Could you use the ULA Epic and have your wet stuff in a mesh(?) bag under a dry bag with your gear in it? May be unclear- I'm saying two bags in the Epic instead of one. Possibly a horrib...

In GEAR » Need pack able to carry wetsuit on outside.
August 22, 1:00pm

Re: It depends on how much they go out
I think that a lot of people are 'scared' of what might happen if they get caught in some situation without the appropriate gear. Obviously this can be true, but we all know (around here, ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Has lightweight packing really caught on?
August 22, 11:35am

Re: Re: Favorite Backcountry Music?
99 Bottles of beer!

In Philosophy & Technique » Favorite Camping Music?
August 21, 4:28pm

Re: wonderland
I agree with Dan. Mowich sucks, luckily I started/ ended here so I didn't have to camp there. I didn't like Golden lakes- not bad just nothing to look at. Indian bar is awesome- summerla...

In Post-Trip Reports » Wonderland Trail info
August 21, 4:26pm

Re: Has lightweight packing really caught on?
+1 W/ Joe I'll be selling somebody some gear and talk about light weight and they're like "Oh I can carry 50lbs... I'm not concerned with weight" I answer " Well I ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Has lightweight packing really caught on?
August 21, 4:11pm

All Reader Reviews by Jeffs Eleven

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Tarptent Scarp 2 (used w/out inner)
Nothing is perfect. I reviewed this under tarps and floorless because I mostly use my Scarp without the inner tent body and really enjoy it that way. Usually I use just the main pole but I have ...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
June 06, 11:22am

Kooka Bay Syn filled custom pad
I got a 44" X 74" X 3.5" pad. R value ~6. It meets requested specs when inflated. As soon as I got it I went and snowshoed around Crater Lake. It was and excellent addition to our...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
June 27, 8:14pm

Garmont Vetta Hike
I got these because Garmont fits better than any shoe I've tried, period. I needed a boot so I looked for the lightest boot Garmont makes The Vetta LITE. Very light for a boot (10oz per Garmont ...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
March 21, 5:27pm

Body Glide mini stick
Oh, Bodyglide. How I love you. I covet your silky sensation. Be mine

In First Aid and Survival Gear & Accessories
February 17, 5:13pm

Tarptent Cloudburst
My first UL tent. I like it a lot but giving to my dad in lieu of more headroom. It is pretty awesome at battening down in the rain and then being able to vent well. We got rained on pretty go...

In Shelters - Single Wall Tents
January 11, 5:31pm

Trail Designs Caldera Stove
This thing is awesome. There is nothing I can say that hasn't already been said, save some anecdotal story attesting the overall prowess displayed by that thar stove... Yep

In Stoves - Alcohol
January 11, 4:58pm

Six Moon Designs Traveler backpack
The Traveler is my first UL pack. Since I live near SMD I went to their shop and checked it out myself before buying. Brandon was totally helpful and willing to let me check out the pack line, since...

In Backpacks - Frameless
January 11, 4:52pm