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Pamela Wyant (RiverRunner) - BPL Professional Member

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I wish I had the patience to make my own pack. Yours looks great. Pam

In Multiple Use Gear » MYOG Jay Ham SUL Backpack!
January 03, 12:47am

Re: Bag system
Brett, That is the reason I went with the Ghost with less down, because I wanted a wider quilt due to being a side sleeper & likely to draw my knees up. It works well for me. Tom at Nuna...

In GEAR » What are your sleeping bag(s) for different temps?
January 02, 8:44pm

Hah! One down.
Who's next to cave? :^)

In GEAR » Happy
January 02, 8:35pm

I use 3 different quilts/bags
I think I'm a pretty normal sleeper as far as temperatures go, but I like to sleep warmly. Here's my sleeping insulation arsenal - Summer - Nunatak Arc Ghost customized with an ounce l...

In GEAR » What are your sleeping bag(s) for different temps?
January 02, 8:21pm

Platy's have been pretty durable for me so far
I've used Platy's for about 4 years now, and only had one failure on a small sport bottle (.5 liter), which leaked around the seam where the cap connects. I had a lot of use out of the bot...

In GEAR » Alternative to defecitve Platypus bottles
January 01, 10:01pm

Me too...
Hey no new gear for me either so far this year. :^)

In GEAR » Happy
January 01, 9:21pm

Don't skimp on your sleeping bag.
You will be sleeping in your bag a lot of nights. Nights 20 degrees and lower are not at all uncommon on the AT. This is the one place I would not skimp. A good sleeping bag will make all the di...

In GEAR » AT Thru-hike sleeping bag
December 30, 11:13pm

You're preaching to the choir here -
Being this IS BackpackingLight, I think pretty much everyone here is either already doing this , or in process of doing this. Personally, I'm pretty much in process. I'll be trying my C...

In Gear Lists » Sleeping bag systems
December 21, 9:35pm

Just my two cents
Just my two cents, but carrying matches or a lighter just seem to make better sense to me, since either will light tinder faster than a spark. The spark lite tabs work well and are very light. ...

In GEAR » Firesteel vs. Natural Tinder
December 21, 8:36pm

Just be careful
Extra caution would be needed when wearing the JRB quilt as a jacket in rainy conditions. If it's your ONLY insulation, you REALLY don't want to get it wet. Just something to keep in mind...

In GEAR » Where to cut weight next ?
December 21, 8:12pm

All Reader Reviews by Pamela Wyant

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Photon Freedom Micro (White)
Santa brought me one of these for Christmas, and it has quickly become my favorite light. For it's weight it's amazingly bright. I used it to night hike a half mile or so last weekend. Th...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
February 05, 1:35am