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Adam Kilpatrick (oysters) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale South Australia
About Me Into Bushwalking in remote areas in Australia. Have completed alot of walks in Southern Australia, especially in the Flinders Ranges, but also some decent trips in Victoria, Tasmania, and Central Australia.

I also spend a lot of time in the field for work (arid areas) and am an avid Scouter!

Oh yeah, and I'm into cycling and photography too.
StateSouth Australia
My Website URLhttp://worldtrike.crazyguyonabike.com

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Europe costs
Great post Christine, and great thread! Cycling across/around Europe by bike in 2011 for four months, I can concur with the 10 Euro figure per day for food. We routinely spent about 20 Euro betw...

In Pre-Trip Planning » How to calculate the costs for a long-distance hike in Western Europe
February 15, 6:53am

RE: "Looking at a new lightweight camera with fisheye lens capability, any recommendations?"
Interesting requirements. If you are really keen on a big zoom beyond the 100-120mm equiv range, then you will struggle to find a compact that also has a better sensor and sharpness. Bear in min...

In Photography » Looking at a new lightweight camera with fisheye lens capability, any recommendations?
February 13, 7:36pm

Re: Re: Double layer tent?
The moisture issue is a good point, both short and long term. I didn't really think too much about that. I'd heard about Erin and Hig's trip, but it didn't dawn on me that they h...

In Editor's Roundtable » Backpackable Wood Stoves: Theory and Ultralight Application
February 07, 1:14am

Double layer tent?
I've not yet camped in conditions where I'd personally consider putting a stove in my tent for heat warranted, but if you are spending the time and effort and weight on a wood stove and the...

In Editor's Roundtable » Backpackable Wood Stoves: Theory and Ultralight Application
February 06, 12:22am

Re: Re: MontBell Plasma 1000 Down Jacket Review
At the risk of starting a flame war, I very much agree with Dale on this. Especially if you are anything above average in metabolism when awake, there's not much point in having a double win...

In Editor's Roundtable » MontBell Plasma 1000 Down Jacket Review
November 10, 5:51pm

Proactive durability modifications
Hi All wondering if anyone has any techniques for lightweight modifications that could enhance the long term durability of trail runners? For example, putting some kind of coating (normal super-...

In Editor's Roundtable » Altra Lone Peak 1.5 Trail Shoe Review
September 24, 1:44am

Re: review
That would be useful. I can see some merit in this stove in the right niche. Shame the article is like an advertisement. I agree its a bit below standard. Weird. All can be amended with some nic...

In Editor's Roundtable » Ultralight Group Cooking
September 04, 8:46pm

Books worth reading...
Take a read of Pavel's "Power to the People" And if you are interested beyond that, "Strong First" by Pavel and Dan John. My wife and I have started doing their recomm...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Good workouts for backpacking?
August 20, 10:09pm

Light T shirts
They have some pretty light T Shirts here in Japan I've noticed. I've bought one so far, 780Yen (about $8). I've ordered scales, once I get them I'll let you know how much it weighs.

In GEAR » World's lightest tee shirt: Rohan Ultra Silver Tee
August 20, 10:01pm

Just do it. Shoes won't be a problem. Just make sure you do them up tight so you don't lose them in a bog. Wearing light shoes and carrying a light pack you'll contribute less to the...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Boots vs Shoes - South Coast Track (SCT) Tasmania
August 12, 2:00am

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