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Re: Stop asking permission to be happy
I agree. There are certain weight adding items that make things more fun. Some people like cooking and carry fresh food/heavier cookware. Some people like photography and carry heavy camera equipme...

In On the Web » Stop asking permission to be happy
June 05, 11:42am

Re: trail head
crabtree trailhead - rasaco lake - hyatt lake - big lake - yellowhammer lake - 5 acre lake - north fork cherry creek - buck lakes - deer lake - gem lake - jewelry lake - paiute lake - lillypad lake...

In Post-Trip Reports » 4 days in the emigrant wilderness
June 05, 10:46am

Re: Re: Coffee filter?
A guy I've hiked with has an actual metal coffee filter that screws onto a nalegene bottle. Works pretty well.

In GEAR » Do I have any other option for a water purifier a part from the Steripen and Sawyer models?
June 05, 3:40am

Re: Re: nice!
Yep, sweet potatoes ;)

In Post-Trip Reports » 4 days in the emigrant wilderness
June 04, 8:50pm

Re: Sierra Designs Cogule, Chaps, and Solar Wind Hoodie
Sent you a pm, I would be interested in testing the wind hoody.

In Gear Deals » Sierra Designs Cogule, Chaps, and Solar Wind Hoodie
June 04, 1:12pm

Re: PU raincoats/silnylon raincoats. Insulation choices for the colorado trail
Condensation in a bivy is not a big deal as long as you have a chance to let it dry in the sun every day. I would just get a regular shelter though. I sometimes sleep with my head in my bag for mor...

In GEAR » PU raincoats/silnylon raincoats. Insulation choices for the colorado trail
June 04, 1:13am

Re: Poly-Cotton shirt
Yeah, I like polycotton too. I do 90% of my hiking in polycotton. You can find many different styles at your local goodwill.

In GEAR » Polyester/Cotton blend
June 03, 11:23pm

Re: reply
"For you guys that carried around 20# in the Ohm - does that weight mostly ride on your hips?" Mostly on my hips but more on my shoulders than heavier framed packs. The most I pushed i...

In GEAR » Ohm 2.0 vs Circuit for low loads
June 03, 5:39pm

Re: Ohm 2.0 vs Circuit for low loads
The ohm 2.0 is fine with less that 25 pound loads. I fold up my z-rest sleeping pad and stick it there as extra frame/cushioning. The ohm and circuit have similar volumes, the circuit is only sl...

In GEAR » Ohm 2.0 vs Circuit for low loads
June 03, 5:37pm

Re: Lightweight fleece vest
I've seen oodles of fleece vests at my local thrift store.

In GEAR » Lightweight fleece vest
June 03, 1:22pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am