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Luke Schmidt (Cameron) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale The WOODS
About Me Pursuing Christ, relationships, and adventure in that order. Nicknamed "Chief" because I grew up with a tribe of vegetarian cannibals on a small island off the coast of Iowa.
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Wilderness areas
I don't know much about fishing but here are a few ideas. 1. The AT near Lexington VA. Check out the secion throught the James River Face wilderness and the north of the James River to the B...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Ideas for quick backpacking trip?
December 03, 10:04pm

Nice report Will. I had a similar experience when I did a lot of wading in a canyon. Lots of blisters. Normally I don't have a problem with blisters on long days, and I don't mind wet fe...

In Post-Trip Reports » Long Trail Unsupported Attempt - August 2010
November 30, 11:17pm

re re
I'm in agreement with Jerry. I've used a number of different frameless packs and I always prefer a hipbelt. I use it most of the time, especially at first when my pack is heavier. I also...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Pack - Torso Size?
November 22, 11:33am

Re Re Gila Wilderness in the Fall
Thanks Tony, your trip reports about the Sierras have been inspiring, I'll have to check out some of your areas if I'm ever back in CA. Mike maybe we'll cross paths there some day. I ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Gila Wilderness in the Fall
November 19, 11:38pm

5 pounds
I've gone sub 5 lbs before and love it. If I don't need a lot of insulation I can even have a seperate shelter and rain gear. If I need more insulation than I can us my poncho tarp to sav...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » How low will you go?
November 16, 11:50am

Carry Option
I've heard another technique for carrying stuff out, haven't had to try it yet. You get a section of PVC pipe and cap one end. Than you install a strew on cap at the other end. All waste...

In Post-Trip Reports » 27 Hours in Glacier Gorge
November 16, 10:56am

Re New must-have in bear country
I gotta get one of those bags. Can you imagine the pranks I could pull and the trouble I could get into if I took one of those to my old summer camp? We had enough fun with a gorilla mask, this w...

In GEAR » New must-have in bear country
November 10, 9:44pm

Nice posting David. I would like to know more about your pack construction projects. The pictures look very interesting.

In Post-Trip Reports » A November overnight in Glacier
November 08, 10:22pm

Packing List
I think I'm in agreement with you on the packing dilema Eugene. I used mostly down because it worked so well there. My only synthic insulation is a 16 oz REI jacket. Its kinda thin for 25 de...

In Post-Trip Reports » Gila Wilderness in the Fall
November 08, 8:58pm

Photos should be up. I posted them seperately under trip reports.

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Gila Wilderness in October or November
November 08, 7:54pm

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