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Re: Re: Very Cool
your memory is quite fine. I thank you again for your words of wisdom.

In Post-Trip Reports » Vidette Lakes-Center Basin via Kearsarge Pass 7/21-25
July 30, 7:35pm

Very Cool
i did a loop over Junction and Kersarge on snowshoes a few years back. My profile photo is actually taken from the top of Junction Pass looking north. I love seeing the terrain in your photos, I ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Vidette Lakes-Center Basin via Kearsarge Pass 7/21-25
July 30, 6:06pm

Another option
Make your own from .51 cuben. I believe cuben is easier to work with than other fabrics. little if any sewing and no stretch. Here's a mid I made, only 1 person but very scalable.

In GEAR » Pyramid Selection Help! Lunar 4
July 30, 4:21pm

Not for me
I would NEVER carry a four person shelter 2660 miles just because. On my PCT hike I set up my shelter a grand total of 3 times (YMMV). I would get a used lightweight two person tarp of whatever st...

In GEAR » Pyramid Selection Help! Lunar 4
July 30, 1:13pm

Re: Re: Pictures
Re: Pictures Posted 07/30/2015 07:01:56 MDT by Michael Samford (msamford) Thank you for the pictures and explanation. Very nice. Did you also make the front pouches? no, those are standard MLD ...

In GEAR » Hip belt pockets yea or nay?
July 30, 12:13pm

Re: Sleep
"For those that have not hiked the JMT it's hard to describe how hard it is on your feet with all the granite you have to hike on or broken talus, dust, uneven steps, and just plain being ...

In Speed Hiking and Fastpacking » Following Ralph and Allen's JMT FKT attempt
July 30, 9:24am

Pictures
gen 1 used Commercially available bottle bottle. (With elastic tops.) Gen 2 I made myself out of the same Dyneema used in my MLD Burn. I also switched out the elastic with a very thin drawstring ...

In GEAR » Hip belt pockets yea or nay?
July 30, 5:28am

Absolutely
My setup has a total of six. I can carry up to four liter of water (or food) and misc commonly used items. that amount of weight transferred to the hipbelt makes a huge difference especially with...

In GEAR » Hip belt pockets yea or nay?
July 29, 5:45pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Expedition Mulling
"That I was calculating, to the gram, how much malto I'd need for a given portion of a three-day trip based on a guesstimate of energy expenditure. It struck me as a bit much. The usua...

In Philosophy & Technique » I confess ...
July 29, 4:31pm

No from me
I did not include a vent nor have I seen the need. I leave the door open whenever possible and pitch it off the ground as well. Interesting there is such divergence on this issue. Wonder if it i...

In Make Your Own Gear » Peak Vents on Pyramids
July 29, 9:13am

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