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Re: Re: Re: layering strategies
In that case you would have been better off with a lighter fleece, or perhaps 2 base layers layered on top of each other, than to layer the fleece over the windshirt.

In GEAR » Current UL windshirts and breathability: are there other options and layering techniques?
February 25, 6:05pm

Re: WIndshirt fatigue
Windshirts block the wind without holding in moisture. If you have never felt the need for such a garment, which is probably determined by the seasons/locations that you hike, that's totally ok...

In GEAR » WIndshirt fatigue
February 25, 11:43am

Re: It's good to be grateful.
Mineral King would make an awesome ski resort.

In On the Web » Disney almost built a ski resort in Sequoia National Park
February 24, 10:35pm

i wonder if you could remove the sole from the rei booties?

February 23, 2:17am

Re: Finished quilt!
congrats, that looks great. i need to take the myog plunge some day soon.

In Make Your Own Gear » Finished quilt!
February 23, 1:54am

Re: What's the end game?
why would i need to get dressed? unzip bag, which takes way less than 10 seconds, slide on shoes, charge at bear naked with trekking poles

In GEAR » Quick and dirty bear perimeter alarm
February 22, 11:44pm

Re: Re: Re: water bottles
gram weenies? pfft milligram weenie is where it's at.

In GEAR » LIGHTER Smartwater bottle alternative
February 22, 10:07pm

ditching the pot for a skillet
I have this crazy idea to go on trips with just a skillet. I am starting to lean towards no-cook, but it seems the only stuff I do want to cook is best done with a skillet. It makes baking really e...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » ditching the pot for a skillet
February 21, 10:49pm

Re: Re: Do people actually rely this heavily on fire?
Building a fire when hypothermic is an issue. Not even hypothermic, if you hands get numb and you are shivering that can be too much. That's why I try to always carry an ace in my pocket as f...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » Do you carry a backup fire starter? What and Why or Why Not?
February 21, 5:36pm

Re: Do you carry a backup fire starter? What and Why or Why Not?
a bic lighter and a firesteel and enough firestarting tinder that i cant blaze through the wettest wood no matter what.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » Do you carry a backup fire starter? What and Why or Why Not?
February 20, 8:24pm

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Gregory Tarne 36

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am