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re: Sawyer Mini filter hydration system
My system: (1) the Sawyer Mini. (2) two 700mL Smartwater bottles, one with a flip-top lid, one with a regular cap. I don't carry the Mini attached. (3) a 2L bladder, carried empty (rig...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » What is your hydration system using the Sawyer Mini filter?
March 05, 1:13am

Re:How Do You Occupy Self during Evening/Downtime when Solo?
I talk to a volleyball.

In Philosophy & Technique » How Do You Occupy Self during Evening/Downtime when Solo?
March 04, 9:00am

CDT gear lists
Please keep in mind that I have not hiked the CDT; I'm just going off blogs I followed from the 2013 CDTers, liked Wired's and Drop-N-Roll's. That said: It seems like they all carrie...

In Gear Lists » CDT gear lists
March 03, 2:58pm

base layers
I agree on the Cap4 Hoody. I still have and occasionally use an Indie Hoody, but like the Cap4 better.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » base layers
February 28, 5:24pm

Re: base layers
I don't think it's a bad idea per se, but it seems like you wouldn't be getting much out of that second "baselayer". You might as well carry slightly more weight in a "mi...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » base layers
February 28, 12:05pm

unnecessary but amusing
It'd really open up the PCT if someone made a 2,663 mile extension cord.

In Other Activities » unnecessary but amusing
February 20, 9:09am

6th Annual G.G.G. 1/24-26 2014
Dan, I brought a Monatauk Gnat stove + Snowpeak bowl on the plane (but no windscreen), bought a canister at a sporting goods store in Morgan Hill (off-brand, but seemed fine) and only boiled wat...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » 6th Annual G.G.G. 1/24-26 2014
February 19, 11:04pm

Kelty Range Tarp
I just stumbled across this: Certainly a little heavy for a basic A-frame, but with added zippered doors, trekking pole grom...

In GEAR » Kelty Range Tarp
February 17, 4:55pm

A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - testing
With all the hang-wringing in a recent thread, I'm almost worried to see it graphed, but I'll send you a Rab CIrrus for testing if you want or have time. No worries if you don't.

In GEAR » A Visual Paradigm for Windshirts - Multiple Axis of Understanding.-Rev 0
February 17, 10:33am

When your pants are kinda heavy...
I have two pairs of (mostly, 95%) nylon pants I'm using now: (1) older-style Arc'Teryx Ramparts = 9.0 oz (2) First Ascent Guides = 12.3 oz (these feel like a heavier nylon and have zi...

In GEAR » "When your pants are kinda heavy..."
February 16, 11:02pm

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