Subscribe Contribute Advertise Facebook Twitter Instagram Forums Newsletter

BPL Community Profile

Bob Gross (--B.G.--) - BPL Guest

My Locale Silicon Valley
About Me I was backpacking ultralight before Ray ever published!

Photo Gallery:
http://imagetransactions.zenfolio.com
My Website URLhttp://www.imagetransactions.com

You cannot send this user a personal message (PM) because they have not specified a PM email address yet.

All Forum Posts by Bob Gross

Showing 21 - 30 of 12816 | Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ...1282
 

Post

Forum » Thread

Re: Re: Re: Hissing
"8 pages over 1.6 ounces." Where did the 1.6 ounces come from? --B.G.--

In Editor's Roundtable » BRS-3000T stove Spotlite Review
June 05, 10:28pm

Re: Re: canisters at night
"Also, it is NOT advised to wedge your canister tightly between rocks/tree branches/etc. This can give the bear leverage against the canister, sometimes making it possible for them to get the ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Where to Put Bear Canister at Night
June 05, 10:26pm

Re: thanks!
"But I've used that black windscreen for years and haven't blown up one yet (knock on wood!)." I have not blown up one either, but I have heard some nasty stories. Some people ...

In GEAR » Snow Peak Gigapower windscreen: probably not worth it. Also, a cold canister isn't that inefficient
June 05, 8:13pm

Re: Re: Re: Where to Put Bear Canister at Night
If you happen to be a photographer and you want to get the night photo of the bear staring at your bear canister, then I can recommend an aid. Get some jingle bells like you might use at Christm...

In Philosophy & Technique » Where to Put Bear Canister at Night
June 05, 8:10pm

Re: Snow Peak Gigapower windscreen: probably not worth it. Also, a cold canister isn't that inefficient
May I make a suggestion? I realize that Snow Peak calls that thing a windscreen, but it is not really a windscreen. It is a stove heat reflector. Its primary job is to prevent excess heat from t...

In GEAR » Snow Peak Gigapower windscreen: probably not worth it. Also, a cold canister isn't that inefficient
June 05, 7:56pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Almost SUL . . .
"I don't have a GPS anymore - gave to a BPL member. It was a heavy burden." It depends on what you mean by heavy. Mine weighs about 3 ounces. I keep lithium batteries in it so t...

In Gear Lists » Almost SUL . . .
June 05, 7:37pm

Re: Re: Almost SUL . . .
"When was the last time you triangulated off of two peaks to find your position?" The last time that I _had_ to do that was around 1995. Since then, I have shot off one peak many times...

In Gear Lists » Almost SUL . . .
June 05, 6:17pm

Re: Where to Put Bear Canister at Night
I always store my bear canister a short distance from where I sleep. That distance is equal to the flash range on my camera. I want to get a night shot of the bear fooling with it. That distance is...

In Philosophy & Technique » Where to Put Bear Canister at Night
June 05, 5:20pm

Re: Re: Potential breakthrough battery life extender? HAHA
"Pure unadulterated snake oil." I doubt that the snake oil is pure. The whole thing has a speck of truth to it, but the marketing hype is hilarious. --B.G.--

In GEAR » Potential breakthrough battery life extender?
June 04, 5:23pm

Re: Compass Caddy on Kickstarter -- anyone seen this?
There is a sport called orienteering where competitors run around in the woods doing their navigation by map and compass. They commonly have a compass fitted onto a non-ferrous safety pin which is ...

In GEAR » Compass Caddy on Kickstarter -- anyone seen this?
June 04, 12:55pm

All Reader Reviews by Bob Gross

Bob Gross has posted no reviews.