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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale People's Republic of Boulder
About Me I like to hike, backpack, camp and backcountry ski every so often...
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StateCO
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Take a 100wt fleece
A 100wt fleece pullover weighs perhaps 8 oz for a Men's medium. Many of them are on clearance right now in quality and price ranging from Wally World to Patagucci. A 100 wt fleece is a per...

In Gear Lists » Can I get away without a mid layer for the CT?
February 17, 6:24pm

Mesa County Weekend – Two short jaunts; one long weekend
Some much-needed backcountry time in the canyon country outside of Fruita and Grand Junction, CO.

In Post-Trip Reports » Mesa County Weekend – Two short jaunts; one long weekend
February 17, 1:32pm

The Trail Show #32 - Part B - The Wonderland Trail
I could listen to Wolfman Jesus tell stories all day. What an awesome story teller.

In On the Web » The Trail Show #32 - Part B - The Wonderland Trail
February 09, 10:41pm

The Trail Show #32 - Part B - The Wonderland Trail
The Trail Show #32 (Part B). A follow up to to show 32A. Part B features interviews with many well known hikers. Show #32b –January’s show was so packed with beers, trails & nonsense...

In On the Web » The Trail Show #32 - Part B - The Wonderland Trail
February 09, 9:52am

battery booster
If you do any kind of solo travel esp at remote trailheads, a $100 booster is well worth it. Esp in the winter. Many also have plugs for inverters. Handy for charging a phone or powering another...

In GEAR » PSA for a piece of "gear"
February 06, 10:15am

PSA for a piece of "gear"
That's the other reason the tarp appeals to me: versatility. Some para cord and a larger tarp not only stores easily, but it can be used for many different things. From emergencies to basecamp...

In GEAR » PSA for a piece of "gear"
February 05, 7:17pm

PSA for a piece of "gear"
In my standard car kit, I have a battery booster, a socket set and some other basic repair tools (duct tape..of course!) . I am not a mechanic, but have basic skills enough to re-tighten a battery ...

In GEAR » PSA for a piece of "gear"
February 05, 2:41pm

PSA for a piece of "gear"
I feel very lucky. It was at home, I have my work laptop so I can WFH, the mechanic is less than a five minute walk away and my wife and I can afford the repairs. I posted this so hopefully othe...

In GEAR » PSA for a piece of "gear"
February 05, 11:56am

PSA for a piece of "gear"
Yesterday, my car engine would not turn over. A blustery, windy and snowy day and rather cold to boot. SOB! Same behavior as a fuel pump gone bad at least based on my past experience. Quickly l...

In GEAR » PSA for a piece of "gear"
February 05, 11:19am

Lay-off = backpacking
At this point in my life, I'be more inclined to do shorter 4-6 week jaunts, go back home for a bit and then take off again. Would be better for my marriage, too. ;)

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Lay-off = backpacking
February 05, 9:20am

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