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todd harper (funnymoney) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Sunshine State
About Me Began hiking in the Carolinas, some in Virginia and now in Florida - much less variation in terrain, I'm sad to say, but beautiful in its own right. A Gatewood Cape w/Serenity is my primary solo shelter nowadays.

I'm also into kayaking & fishing.
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Re: Sleep System
Bill Fornshell made & posted ( on this site) about the first insulated bivy that I ever saw: http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/xdpy/forum_thread/4262/index.html

In Multiple Use Gear » 4 season mummy bag
January 14, 7:25pm

Re: Anatomy of a 24: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
Ike, I have run out of words for your trip reports! Thank you, thank you.

In Post-Trip Reports » Anatomy of a 24: Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
January 14, 7:04pm

Re: Quilts?
Wilderness Logics Jacks R Better Hammock Gear

In GEAR » Quilts?
January 12, 8:09pm

Re: What haven't you replaced?
My first hiking poles by Komperdell. Heavy @ ~20+ oz/pair and the antishock has never worked well (that's how I discovered I don't need antishock), but I love 'em. From 1996. Still...

In GEAR » What haven't you replaced?
January 12, 8:01pm

Re: MYOG Apex/M50/Nobul Summer Quilt FS
Great looking quilt. What does it weigh?

In Gear Swap » MYOG Apex/M50/Nobul Summer Quilt FS
January 05, 7:24pm

Re: Hammock Setup
That's light Seth! If I could get comfy in a short, narrow hammock I'd have the same setup. One easy way to cut the weight of your current setup is to buy PapaSmurf's tulle bugnet...

In Hammocks » Hammock Setup
January 03, 9:40am

Re: Bivy Plans - Checking on design and materials
1 - Not sure about the bivy length, but I'm 6'1" and I didn't like having to crawl under a 5x9. 4 - run the zipper across and ~24-30" down one side 5 - The process for a bat...

In Make Your Own Gear » Bivy Plans - Checking on materials
January 01, 7:56pm

FS: Golite Hut1
Slept in once, gray, with stock guylines and stock stuffsack. Stored loose, not folded, if that makes a difference to you. Reviews: http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight...

In Gear Swap » FS: Golite Hut1
January 01, 10:55am

Re: Bottom Baselayer-better to use 1 heavyweight or 2 light/mid weight pairs?
Jerry's right about fleece as a good option. I'd rather do one fleece layer than two light base layers.

In GEAR » Bottom Baselayer-better to use 1 heavyweight or 2 light/mid weight pairs?
December 31, 1:42pm

Re: Bottom Baselayer-better to use 1 heavyweight or 2 light/mid weight pairs?
Is this for active use or in camp/sleeping? If active, I'll let the snow shoeing, skiing crowd offer input. If the latter, then why not add a light puffy insulating layer, a-la the Montbell...

In GEAR » Bottom Baselayer-better to use 1 heavyweight or 2 light/mid weight pairs?
December 31, 12:10pm

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