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Re: Re: Re: bear can
"Actually, if you can do 20 or 25 miles a day and are willing to camp at the existing bear boxes, then you don't need a bear canister at all. Last time I checked with SEKI thru hikers a...

In Gear Lists » PCT 2014
November 24, 7:12am

Re: Re: Re: Face shots, finally :)
Nice kitty. Keep the pictures coming!

In Photography » Got my mountain lion pictures!!! I did it!!
November 23, 5:52pm

Good news
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In Website & Forum Admin/Support » BPL ads and malware?
November 22, 6:50pm

Appearances can be deceiving
I'm sure there are plenty of folks that saw me out trail running the Huntington/Tuckermans Ravine Loop last August. I had a small fanny pack and was running with shorts and no shirt. I am sur...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » 'Ill-equipped' hikers plucked by helicopter from North Shore mountains
November 20, 1:22pm

Which trail
I would do tarp/bivy but even more likely, mid/bivy for the western trails. I would potentially switch out the bivy for a bug inner starting at TM on the PCT through OR and switch back to bivy in ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Never used a tarp. Deciding to use it for a long distance hike...
November 19, 11:15am

Re: Re: Watch zipper bags
Were those biodegradable bags? That would explain a few things. --B.G.-- No they were standard small zipper bags, maybe 1.5"x3" from Walmart.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Taking good parmesan cheese on the trail
November 18, 6:41pm

Watch zipper bags
I packed out Parmesan cheese for my thru hike and it literally ate the small zipper bags. It looked like they were shredded. At first I thought an animal did it but everyone of my resupplies had ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Taking good parmesan cheese on the trail
November 18, 5:53pm

face Plant
I was cruising on the PCt in WA when my shoe got caught on a poity root, ripping the fabric and nearly ripping the toe off. It was a complete face plant even with poles. Nothing hurt other than p...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » seattlebackpackersmagazine: Trail Accident
November 17, 7:42pm

A different look
You are defining economy in such a way to cause you the dilemna. To illustrate I will share a similiar dilemna on winter camping gear. I want the lightest weight optimized gear for each season. ...

In GEAR » Balancing vanity, utility, and economy
November 16, 9:36am

How to pick a campsite
Hike to you see a cool place or until you're tired then stop.

In Pre-Trip Planning » Need suggestion in campsite selection along JMT
November 15, 7:08pm

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