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David Chenault (DaveC) - BPL Staff

My Locale Crown of the Continent
About Me Social worker. Endurance mountain bike racer, ultra-hiker, packrafter, BC skier, un-serious climber and canyoneer.

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CityThe Fish
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CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://bedrockandparadox.com
My PDF Gear ListWinter '13

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All Forum Posts by David Chenault

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Going to Glacier
Stephen, email me (dave at backpackinglight dot com) and we can arrange something.

In Pre-Trip Planning » Going to Glacier NP! Your advice?
August 10, 6:33am

Re: Re: Going to Glacier
How late is late? You can for certain buy bear spray in West Glacier/Apgar. Fuel canisters I'm more doubtful on. What weekend are you coming in? I might be able to help you out with fuel. ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Going to Glacier NP! Your advice?
August 09, 6:03pm

Re: Goretex Pro Jackets / Rain Jackets that actually last
Goretex Pro is a good route if Helly Hansen Impertech is too heavy for you.

In GEAR » Goretex Pro Jackets / Rain Jackets that actually last
August 09, 5:39pm

Re: RE: Bob Marshall Holland Lake Loop Questions, Camping Suggestions.
Assuming you're coming up 83 from the south, I'd just pull off on one of the forest service roads near Holland Lake and camp there. Drive a few miles up the Morrell-Clearwater road, for ex...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Bob Marshall 50mi Loop Recommendations
August 08, 8:47am

Re: Thanks
Still not a fan of building hipbelts and shoulder straps if I don't have to. I do think you're correct that we often need a lot less padding than we think, so long as it's the right ki...

In Editor's Roundtable » MYOG: Backpack fabrics, features, and dimensions
August 08, 7:26am

Re: FS: Solomid, La Sportiva, Rab
Clothing and shoes are gone. Solomid is still for sale.

In Gear Swap » FS: Solomid, La Sportiva, Rab
August 08, 7:17am

Re: Thanks
Thanks Bill. I think the X21 would be a fine choice for you. I've used X51 and X33, and aside from the former being dark inside there's little not to like compared to the VX series stuf...

In Editor's Roundtable » MYOG: Backpack fabrics, features, and dimensions
August 07, 12:43pm

Re: Good work
Bill, I haven't used the 150D hybrid cuben long enough to really comment on durability. Given how easily I was able to put holes in that fabric (toting snowshoes wore through the face fabric i...

In Editor's Roundtable » MYOG: Backpack fabrics, features, and dimensions
August 07, 10:56am

Re: 100wt hooded fleece jacket?
Montane Fury, but it will make UA seem cheap.

In GEAR » 100wt hooded fleece jacket?
August 07, 9:26am

Re: FS: Solomid, La Sportiva, Rab
Solomid is back up and available. Deals pending on the Rab and BD pieces.

In Gear Swap » FS: Solomid, La Sportiva, Rab
August 07, 9:14am

All Reader Reviews by David Chenault

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STARBUCKS VIA Italian Roast
Tastes good enough, tiny and easy to use. What could be better? It not being so darn expen$ive.

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
July 27, 2:17pm

Lara Bars Cherry Pie
Tasty, moist, tasty, good calorie to weight ratio, compact, resists deformation, doesn't freeze too bad in the cold, tasty, made of real food, and tasty! Bar-shaped food does not get any bett...

In Foods - Energy Bars, Gels, and Drinks
July 27, 2:16pm

Patagonia Capilene 1 T-Shirt
Cap 1 seems to have changed very little since it was called silkweight capilene back in the day. It dries very quickly, wicks pretty well (though not as well as cap 2), and most importantly feels lig...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - SYNTHETIC
July 27, 2:12pm

Therm-A-Rest Ridgerest
I use a cut-down 48" Ridgerest on every trip. Bombproof, comfy, light, cheap. In winter, I add a full length under it. I actually sleep better on this than most inflatables, but realize I&...

In Sleeping Pads - Foam
April 11, 10:47am

MLD Trailstar
In summary: Aside from a bivy sack for good weather and race pace endeavors, I've sold off the rest of my shelters. It's a great cross of a pyramid and a tarp. Finished weight, seam sealed...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
April 11, 10:39am

Gossamer Gear ThinLight insulation pad 1/8" approx. 2 oz.
It's hard to get more warmth for the weight (or price). I like having a few pieces to add in as supplementary feet and/or torso pieces. It is quite fragile. Do not leave this on the outside o...

In Sleeping Pads - Foam
March 28, 3:18pm

FireLite Trapper's Mug
A very well designed cup. Light, but seems just as functionaly durable as Snowpeak or Evernew stuff. Ideal size for a soloist. The taller than it is wide shape is one I prefer for cooking on a fire...

In Cookware - Titanium
March 28, 3:03pm

Patagonia Houdini Wind Jacket
Note 1: This is a review of my 2005/6 Houdini. It's longevity is revealing (it may have been the Dragonfly back then, even). Note 2: If the price is outrageous, no one would buy it! The prote...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
January 29, 8:08pm

Patagonia Ready Mix Softshell Pants
I disagree with all Kev's objections, and desperately wish I could find more mediums to buy. The simplicity is what I love best. Actually, the perfect in all conditions from 70-10 F fabric is ...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
January 29, 8:00pm

patagonia down sweater
Note: I'm folding this review of the Down hooded pullover into this section because 1) the hooded p/o isn't made anymore, 2) the critical comments likely apply broadly. I really liked the d...

In Clothing - Insulating - Down
January 27, 10:07am