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Willie Evenstop (redmonk) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
About Me Dixon Tudepe & Joe Mamuh Enterprises
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All Forum Posts by Willie Evenstop

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Which Pencil for the JMT?
I didn't know they were being made again when I suggested it. They were precious at one time, but amazon has them now for reasonable prices. $6 for the two piece sample pack, and $25 a box. ...

In GEAR » Which Pencil for the JMT?
May 16, 1:40pm

Which Pencil for the JMT?
Am I the only person who has *actually* hiked the JMT ? The carpenter pencil is too loud, and needs a knife to sharpen, and uses inferior lead. The 602 writes silent, so the wildlife won&#...

In GEAR » Which Pencil for the JMT?
May 15, 8:38pm

Additional policy for Gear Swap forum?
Certainly adding the happiness with the sale, the price paid, and the condition of the gear would be a good idea too. And the zip code, because $5 here is $3 there, and the local value of good...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Additional policy for Gear Swap forum?
May 15, 1:31pm

Which Pencil for the JMT?
Not so sure about the pen, they smear when wet, leaving bear attracting residue everywhere. Thinking about it, he best plan is to bring a pen for day time use on the trail, but a nice pencil f...

In GEAR » Which Pencil for the JMT?
May 15, 9:01am

Which Pencil for the JMT?
I wouldn't trust anything but a blackwing 602 for the JMT. It has silky smooth lead that glides over maps at half the pressure of a normal pencil. The eraser is adjustable. The black color...

In GEAR » Which Pencil for the JMT?
May 15, 12:06am

Ueli Steck tossed off Everest
This is all so confusing. In America, the team with the most money would be declared right and just, and the inferior group would be held responsible for assaulting honorable members of society. ...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Ueli Steck tossed off Everest
May 14, 11:59pm

SUL
I thought SUL was defined by an arbitrary weight limit, but now I learned its not.

In Editor's Roundtable » Mountain SuperUltraLight Backpacking – Going SUL in the Mountains with Adequate Shelter, Insulation, and Rain Protection. Part 1: Concepts and Scope.
May 14, 6:51pm

Easiest way to clean Ti-Tri?
With the cone stoves, you have to roll up a chimney, it's dirty, and not much can be done about it, really. Throw it in the oven on the self cleaning cycle.

In GEAR » Easiest way to clean Ti-Tri?
May 13, 8:48pm

Following the Herd.
Ever see animals congregate at the best feeding grounds, or watering holes ? It's natural for mammals to form large groups at the best spots.

In Philosophy & Technique » Following the Herd.
May 13, 10:36am

Balls and Sunshine Ripped-off on the CDT!!
Some generations will never take any of their responsibility for why things have gone to hell. A society that puts short term profit first, profit second, and criticizing the unprofitable as l...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Balls and Sunshine Ripped-off on the CDT!!
May 12, 7:55pm

All Reader Reviews by Willie Evenstop

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BPL Absaroka
Great pack. Smallish, but fits a bearikade expedition. I used it on a JMT thru, and it carried great with 30# in it. Comfortable. Carries on the hips, not much should pressure at all. Would wo...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
October 16, 10:25am