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Re: Re: Re: Re: Library of Congress: Most Influential Books
"Excellent! Actually it is Graceland, his house. But, I've never been there, nor plan to go either :)" As an example of how technology has changed things (well, actually how Google...

In Chaff » It's only a movie
April 25, 10:03pm

Re: Re: Library of Congress: Most Influential Books
"Latitude & Longitude: 34° 15' 36.09", -88° 40' 48.4608" " The Elvis Park?

In Chaff » It's only a movie
April 25, 2:52am

Re: Tiny house anyone?
I lived in some pretty small places in Tokyo (e.g., roku-jo/12 m2) before I was married and loved it - everything was fitted in, including a toilet/shower/bath little bigger than my current toilet....

In Chaff » Tiny house anyone?
April 24, 10:54pm

Re: methylated cooker at altitude
I haven't used a meths stove at that altitude and haven't seen any discussion of it in the past - maybe check Trangia's website as they do have some technical info. The cold alone shou...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » methylated cooker at altitude
April 24, 2:50am

Library of Congress: Most Influential Books
It's interesting - I can't think of any country where that list title wouldn't've had a qualifier on the end, like "in the UK" or "amongst French people".

In Chaff » It's only a movie
April 24, 2:50am

Re: Re: Local trails
OK - riding across the US on a 36 inch unicycle? 11/10 for coolness

In Bikepacking & Bicycle Touring » The Shortest Bikepacking Trip on Record
April 02, 7:13am

Re: VAT
"Price includes VAT; if the item is to be delivered outside the EU, VAT does not apply and 15% is deducted from the price" "I ordered one a week or two ago and had 17% deducted fo...

In Editor's Roundtable » PHD Mountain Software Yukon Down Pullover Review
March 25, 5:56pm

Re: Best 70L pack for Climbing / Hiking
Sounds like two completely different things: carrying gear up to a crag and doing light/UL walks. As someone else said, if you're just hauling gear for 30 minutes you don't need a pack - i...

In GEAR » Best 70L pack for Climbing / Hiking
March 22, 3:47am

Sleeping bag
Beautiful photos and video, wish I could do that. Re the sleeping bag - I think you could lose at least 100 grams and be warmer by switching to a WM bag or something of similar quality - their 1...

In Editor's Roundtable » Fast and Light Winter Travel
March 21, 3:25am

Re: PHD Mountain Software Yukon Down Pullover Review
"One ounce of down of this quality expands to 900 square inches (0.58 m2)" I think that the test is how many CUBIC inches an ounce of down expands to when a "piston-type apparatus...

In Editor's Roundtable » PHD Mountain Software Yukon Down Pullover Review
March 21, 2:49am

All Reader Reviews by Arapiles .

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Nuwai 1 Watt (HLX-712L)
I bought this light from Battery Junction for a ridiculously cheap price, at least when compared to what retailers charge for headlights in Australia. Because CR 123 batteries are so extraordinarlily...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
August 31, 6:16pm

Montbell Versalite
I tried this pack on in the store when they first came out in Japan last year. I love the look and features but like a lot of the Mont Bell packs I found the straps rubbed on my neck/shoulder muscles...

In Backpacks - External Frame
May 02, 3:11pm

Patagonia Houdini Wind Jacket
(Actually I'd give it a 3.5 if that was an option.) I'm trying to replace a now very old Patagonia pneumatic anorak but the Houdini doesn't quite get there. Positives: it's very ...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
April 05, 2:09pm