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Re: Re: SEKI Food Storage
Thanks, Tom. I guess I'm mostly wondering if it's reasonable to assume that there will be space for my food in the lockers when I get to them or if they generally tend to fill up by a cert...

In Pre-Trip Planning » SEKI 2013
December 14, 4:37pm

Re: Food storage
Thank Greg. For some reason I had just assumed that the canisters were required in all of SEKI, but according to that map that does not appear to be the case. That makes it much easier. Edit: ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » SEKI 2013
December 13, 3:09pm

SEKI Food Storage
I posted some questions a few weeks ago and ended up finding most of my answers from some trip reports. The main thing I'm still not sure about is food storage, so I updated my original post a...

In Pre-Trip Planning » SEKI 2013
December 13, 2:38pm

Re: When do you start
I've been using the Perpetuem on some trips the last couple years and it definitely seemed to keep my energy levels up a bit. I usually would take a mid morning break about 2 hours after I sta...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Hammer Perpetuem
December 12, 12:56pm

Re: Revelation X quilt - recommended way to use shock cord.
I was confused about it as well. What I ended up doing is tying an end of the cord off to a loop on one side, then feeding the free end through the cord lock, then through the loop on the other si...

In GEAR » Revelation X quilt - recommended way to use shock cord.
December 07, 11:24am

Re: womens packs
Thanks for the suggestions. I think between the packs at REI and ULA we should hopefully be able to find one that works well.

In GEAR » Womens Pack for ~30 lbs Loads
December 05, 11:39am

Re: Maybe try on a few packs
Absolutely. There are a few contenders at REI that we plan to try out. But we're also looking for other ideas that might not be available in stores like REI. We don't mind paying a littl...

In GEAR » Womens Pack for ~30 lbs Loads
December 04, 1:16pm

Womens Pack for ~30 lbs Loads
My girlfriend is in the market for a pack to use with a loaded bear canister, which would probably put the total pack weight at around 25-30 lbs. So, in addition to being able to carry the weight,...

In GEAR » Womens Pack for ~30 lbs Loads
December 04, 11:13am

SEKI Food Storage
I have a 2 week trip in SEKI planned for next year and not exactly sure the best strategy for food storage. My preference would be to carry all of our food from the beginning, but the problem is I...

In Pre-Trip Planning » SEKI 2013
November 30, 5:21pm

Re: Solo in the Desert Pt 1 - Coyote Gulch
Nice report, Paul. I was just looking over my Buckskin Gulch pictures this past weekend and it got me thinking about doing a similar trip this spring. Coyote Gulch seems like it just might be the...

In Post-Trip Reports » Solo in the Desert Pt 1 - Coyote Gulch
November 27, 3:27pm

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Six Moons Designs 2011 Swift
I bought this pack (along with the optional Hoop Stay and Wing Belt) intending to use it for trips that required a bear canister. The light weight, capacity to fit a bear canister and option to add t...

In Backpacks - Frameless
December 27, 12:46pm