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Kat .... (Kat_P) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Pacific Coast
About Me Love to be outside, best if in the mountains. Trying to get lighter without going broke.
Happy trails.

I sew hammocking accessories and other gear. Contact me for repairs as well.
www.mountaingoathatsandgoods.com
CityNorth of Davenport
StateCalifornia
CountryUsa
My Website URLhttp://www.mountaingoathatsandgoods.com

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Re: American or Un-American?
No Ben, no! This is giving me a headache. I need to file you into one of the two categories! I need things to be simple and you are complicating everything.

In Editor's Roundtable » Backpacking versus Thru-hiking
February 23, 6:04pm

Re: Re: Pliers+ screw driver
If you need those, why not just carry a mini Visegrip? You can turn screws with it, just not all the way in. I don't bring it backpacking, but it is my favorite little tool. I could make a ...

In GEAR » Multi Tool questions? Lighten my load
February 23, 1:23pm

Sleeping better
I am usually so sleep deprived that backpacking is when I "recharge" and sleep really well. If at all possible, a hammock works for a lot of people, myself included. On the ground, a bett...

In Philosophy & Technique » Ways to sleep better
February 23, 11:15am

Re: how to spend IRS (re) fund?
Or you could save it.

In Chaff » how to spend IRS (re) fund?
February 23, 9:04am

Bag for your wife
I second much if the advice you have been given. The Megalite is quite wide and I was not able to stay warmi in it. I would look for a snug fitting FF or a Montbell Super Stretch # 2. The way the S...

In GEAR » help finding a lightweight, warm bag for my wife
February 22, 10:18am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Different genus
Well thanks Bob. I fall into the "similar profession", as I am not a botanist. I really should have stated that when you first called me one. I have studied botany and related science...

In Photo Gallery » 4th Annual Gathering of Gear Geeks 2012: Henry Coe State Park
February 22, 1:26am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Different genus
Yes, the Manzanitas there are larger than any I have ever seen before, by far, like large trees. Usually yes, either shrubs or even ground covers; this was a first for me. Are all Madrones trees?...

In Photo Gallery » 4th Annual Gathering of Gear Geeks 2012: Henry Coe State Park
February 21, 11:54pm

Different genus
Not that similar; different genus.....I can see how people confuse them, but the easiest is just looking at the leaf. Much larger on the Madrone, like 6 times the size. We hiked around and several...

In Photo Gallery » 4th Annual Gathering of Gear Geeks 2012: Henry Coe State Park
February 21, 11:29pm

Manzanita
Actually that is a Manzanita. There were a few Madrones as well, but with a much lighter color and none showing that amount of "wood". Local Manzanitas were indeed more like trees than...

In Photo Gallery » 4th Annual Gathering of Gear Geeks 2012: Henry Coe State Park
February 21, 11:12pm

Thanks
I am hoping this won't sound like a silly Oscar speech, but I want to call out some of the wonderful people that attended this year’s GGG. Several of these folks I have been lucky to get to...

In Post-Trip Reports » GGG lV a huge success
February 20, 10:57am

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