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Re: Being a responsible dog owner and backpacker - Dog training books/sites and advice.
Cesar Milan is a great trainer - his things work but they require very accurate eye on choosing what he does. It's not like he always acts the same with all the dogs. "tried all the &qu...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Being a responsible dog owner and backpacker - Dog training books/sites and advice.
September 06, 12:29am

Handles up are good idea indeed
For some reason I was thinking that there is a floor so using poles handles up would not be that good idea, but if there isn't, handles up is definetly good idea. I wonder if the poles could b...

In Make Your Own Gear » Need advice on poles inside of tarp
September 03, 9:39am

Re: Need advice on poles inside of tarp
Maybe a thin pipe that has an angle? You could insert the tips into both sides of that. What's the angle required? Could you find suitable plastic piece from plumber-department in hardware stor...

In Make Your Own Gear » Need advice on poles inside of tarp
September 03, 12:33am

Re: I keep falling off my Inflatable Pads
I have the same problem of rolling around, here's my solution: I use Prolite XS for comfort and then a very thin, long & extra wide cheap CCF pad with foil on one side with it. Thermares...

In GEAR » I keep falling off my Inflatable Pads
September 03, 12:21am

Re: What kind of pole is strongest?
"Stephenson uses a much larger diameter pole on their tents, and it intended to be much more rigid and comes bent to shape. This means it is a much more expensive pole to manufacture, and also...

In GEAR » What kind of pole is strongest?
September 01, 11:35pm

Re: Knot tying cheat sheet?
"A page back shows the AGG bandana-- perfect." Maybe for warmer climates, but not for me. It's cotton, so it would be nixed as I'm hiking in areas which have subarctic or tundr...

In Philosophy & Technique » Knot tying cheat sheet?
September 01, 10:45pm

Re: Knot tying cheat sheet?
I would draw the cheat sheet on dry bag instead of tarp or taking cards, easier to move to the place where the help is needed than tarp, and no additional items in the kit as there is with cards. ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Knot tying cheat sheet?
September 01, 8:52am

Re: Lightweight thru-hiking shoes
"I love my Inov-8 295s. " Do you get more than 300-500 miles with them (requirement from the original poster)? I ask this since I've been really disappointed how fast X-Talon 212 g...

In GEAR » Lightweight thru-hiking shoes
August 31, 8:10am

Re: Cuben v.s. silnylon durability, hybrids
"While a fly or a tarp can be bonded and taped, what about a hybrid tent, where cuben material and netting all come together at one 'seam' location?" If you cannot glue the net...

In GEAR » Cuben v.s. silnylon durability
August 31, 1:16am

Re: Tips for a cold sleeper who feels cold well above his quilt rating...
"Spicy hot food makes your head think it's warm." Spicy like chili? Makes my lips and tongue warm, but causes my body to sweat. And sweat coold down the body, so the end result wou...

In GEAR » Tips for a cold sleeper who feels cold well above his quilt rating...
August 29, 3:57am

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