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Eugene Smith (Eugeneius) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Nuevo Mexico
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CityLas Cruces
StateNew Mexico
CountryUSAish
My Website URLhttp://desertpaincave.blogspot.com
My PDF Gear List2 year old outdated gear list that needs to be updated badly

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All Forum Posts by Eugene Smith

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Re: Bi-Cylce from REI
Or..... We can go round and round. Here's another option, get yourself a beater bike locally or if you have a friend who has a spare (most cyclists do!) see if they'll loan it out t...

In GEAR » Bi-Cylce from REI
March 30, 6:54pm

Re: Thanks Everyone
Wow. You can't beat that.

In Gear Swap » WTB: Patagonia Houdini
March 30, 10:29am

Re: Sangre de Cristo Traverse: Poncha Pass to Great Sand Dunes
Wow! That was a killer read Mitchell. I need to make my way up north just a little bit further this year. You're either experienced, or very calm. Reading about the 5th class climbing se...

In Post-Trip Reports » Sangre de Cristo Traverse: Poncha Pass to Great Sand Dunes
March 30, 10:11am

Re: Bi-Cylce from REI
Whether or not the purchase from REI is worth it to you is completely dependent on your situation. Are you itching to use that 20% off coupon? Do you have REI dividends you can use to bring the d...

In GEAR » Bi-Cylce from REI
March 30, 9:56am

Re: Re: WTB: Patagonia Houdini
I own one windshell Ben, the black Houdini you sold me a few years ago. It's easily one of my favorite items. You should have never let it go! Muahahahahaha....ha. ;-)

In Gear Swap » WTB: Patagonia Houdini
March 29, 9:48pm

Re: driclime
+1 on the Driclime suggestion.

In GEAR » Shirt for chilly mornings
March 24, 12:04am

Re: WTB: Primus two burner camp stove or something along those lines...
Funny you guys mention the Coleman. I just missed out on an old $25 two burner multifuel Coleman setup from Craigslist. Unfortunately we don't have much available locally. For all the am...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Primus two burner camp stove or something along those lines...
March 23, 2:11pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: WTT: Osprey Exos 58 for large volume internal frame pack
Chris. Sent you a PM.

In Gear Swap » WTT: Osprey Exos 58 for large volume internal frame pack
March 23, 2:04pm

WTB: Primus two burner camp stove or something along those lines...
Thought I would check here before resorting to flEabay. I'm looking for a decent camp stove (not ultralight!) for car camping with the family and post run trailhead cooking, one that can p...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Primus two burner camp stove or something along those lines...
March 23, 10:22am

Re: Re: Re: WTT: Osprey Exos 58 for large volume internal frame pack
Hey Chris, I'll shoot Clifton an email and see what he thinks on the size. The 90-100 liters seems ridiculous, but apparently it's what he needs.

In Gear Swap » WTT: Osprey Exos 58 for large volume internal frame pack
March 22, 4:19pm

All Reader Reviews by Eugene Smith

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Mountain Laurel Designs
Ron had my MLD Spinnaker Monk tarp repaired and improved upon free of charge with reinforced tieouts in 1 week, from shipping to Rons' shop, sewn, and shipped back to me, one week! This would nev...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 10, 9:43pm

Golite Shangri La 1
I have owned the Golite Shangri La 1 for several months now and have used it on about 3 trips so far in the desert southwest with variable weather conditions in the mountains and lower regions. F...

In Shelters - Tarps & Floorless
May 16, 7:20am

Western Mountaineering Megalite
I recently used the WM Megalite on a 5 day trip through the Gila with temps at night ranging from the mid 20's to the lower 40's. Light wind was present each evening and the bag and draft tub...

In Sleeping Bags - Mummy & Other
April 13, 10:00pm