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re: Writing Better Trip Reports
"Would you mind elaborating on this point? It is pretty general as it stands, and of little practical use. Hopefully a professional like yourself can provide positive guidelines for writing a ...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Civility and Anonymity
June 10, 10:42pm

Re: Tarptents and stakes
Sean, I find I like both the Easton and the MSR stakes. Really, it is up to what I have on hand at the time, which is a mix of both. The longer stakes are supposed to hold very well, just like th...

In GEAR » Tarptents and stakes
June 10, 7:26pm

Re: Re: Anonymity
"Say it, own it." +1. I grew up with the internet. AOL 3.0 was my first web experience as a teenager. The difference for me (versus a lot of my friends and now students) is that I&#...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Civility and Anonymity
June 10, 4:49pm

Re: Oklahoma Weekend Hike- Robbers Cave
I went to college in Oklahoma, and I have fond memories of Robber's Cave. It's where I learned to climb and where I got bit with the camping/hiking bug. It's a great place, tucked awa...

In Post-Trip Reports » Oklahoma Weekend Hike- Robbers Cave
June 10, 8:47am

re: Avoiding Anonymity
I removed my last name for a while. It wasn't worth it. If I can't put my name to what I say on here--or anywhere--I'm a coward for saying it. Though the whole trip report things s...

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » Civility and Anonymity
June 10, 12:40am

Re: Easy removal of pole grips
Do it. Their the most comfortable grips I've used. Anyone know how to attach straps to the top like the LT4S?

In GEAR » Easy removal of trekking pole grips
June 08, 8:28pm

Re: Klymit at Costco
I'm going to have to check that out this weekend. The Cush is the best pillow I've found, and I'm planning to trim it up to save some weight. It might be nice to know where I can find...

In Gear Deals » Klymit at Costco
June 08, 1:14pm

re: UL Hypocrisy
Ryan, I do appreciate you acknowledging the hypocrisy inherent in UL. (Let's go ahead and be really honest--it's just inherent in most things we humans do.) While I really like the emph...

In Editor's Roundtable » The SUL Mindset, Part 2: Less vs. Lighter
June 06, 6:38pm

Re: Under my neoair
Get the XTherm instead of the XLite. It's warmer, has the 70D bottom (much more durable--similar to the Prolite), and cost and weight even out over a more complex system with a 1/8" CCF p...

In GEAR » Neoair Question
June 05, 7:18pm

Re: BD Alpine Carbon Cork
Dan, I don't think you'd have any problems with it. The Traverse upper is 16mm in diameter, the same as the CP2 poles. The Kork O' Lon stuff is pretty stretchy. I used Gorilla Glue...

In GEAR » BD Alpine Carbon Cork 2012 vs 2013
June 01, 5:48pm

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