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Re: One last Sierra trip before the winter: Iceland Lake, Emigrant Wilderness, October 25-26th
I'm confirmed, I have that weekend off. I will pick up Jacob and drive through the Bay Area. We could fit 2 other people with gear. It sounds like we will have 2 separate carpools.

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » One last Sierra trip before the winter: Iceland Lake, Emigrant Wilderness, October 25-26th
October 16, 3:53pm

Re: Newb intro
Hi there.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Newb intro
October 16, 10:26am

Re: Re: UL deep winter bag... stuffed with 16 lbs of down
Camping in Antarctica in winter?

In GEAR » UL deep winter bag... stuffed with 16 lbs of down
October 15, 10:11pm

PIF: Montbell UL Comfort 150 Sleeping Pad
A while back Ken Thompson was nice enough to send me a monbell ul comfort 150 sleeping pad for free. He didn't even make me pay the shipping. I now own an Xtherm and no longer need this pad....

In Gear Swap » PIF: Montbell UL Comfort 150 Sleeping Pad
October 15, 9:57pm

Re: Caribou Lake
Camping with Doug sounds like a terrifying experience. Nice pics. Catch any fish?

In Post-Trip Reports » Caribou Lake
October 15, 9:44pm

Re: Webcast presentation from Sierra Designs about layering
1. Dress for two distinctly different scenarios: stopping, and going. Change into your warm "stop" clothes as soon as you stop, and change into your much less insulative "go" cl...

In GEAR » Webcast presentation from Sierra Designs about layering
October 15, 9:02pm

Re: Re: r2 as insulation and rain gear
I keep seeing thin synthetic jackets marketed as warm-while-wet active insulation pieces. I think it's ridiculous. Fleece is where it's at.

In GEAR » r2 as insulation and rain gear
October 15, 7:31pm

Re: Re: Re: r2 as insulation and rain gear
I find that shells, both rain shells and wind shells, are useful for slowing or stopping evaporation. Sometimes the evaporative cooling can be a bit much and I get too cold, so I put on my windshir...

In GEAR » r2 as insulation and rain gear
October 15, 1:27pm

Re: r2 as insulation and rain gear
Brett, I've found that once a piece of clothing is damp I am able to thermoregulate (whatever you want to call it) better. I stay plenty warm on the move but I don't overheat. I prefer damp...

In GEAR » r2 as insulation and rain gear
October 15, 10:48am

Re: Re: Re: What do you do in the woods...
Roger, if I ran into a pot field I would probably not take a picture. I would be too scared that there is someone watching me.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What do you do in the woods...
October 14, 6:22pm

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