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Luke Schmidt (Cameron) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale The WOODS
About Me Pursuing Christ, relationships, and adventure in that order. Nicknamed "Chief" because I grew up with a tribe of vegetarian cannibals on a small island off the coast of Iowa.
CityMidland TX
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Budget Helmet Camcorder
I'm considering a cheap helmet cam for two reasons. First I've played around with shooting videos on trips with my P&S. I really like being able to see live footage not just still sho...

In Photography » Budget Helmet Camcorder
May 15, 9:33pm

Re _
That is great to hear, I got used to living without side pockets but it makes the pack much more functional for other people. Great beginners pack since its relatively light and adjustable. If yo...

In Editor's Roundtable » Exped Lightning 60 Review
May 15, 11:37am

Glaciers etc.
+1 for Mount Marathon. The hike up to Exit Glacier is a good day hike, there was a lot of snow when we went, don't know if that would be an issue or not when you're there. Great views.

In Pre-Trip Planning » Kenai Peninsula of Alaska: Dayhikes and Short Trips....
May 14, 10:00pm

Re Eric
Eric I attached snowshoes to mine once using a separate piece of webbing around the pack. Because the straps are so thin I'd be a bit concerned about tearing them out if you put something real...

In Editor's Roundtable » Exped Lightning 60 Review
May 14, 1:15pm

Re Exped Lighting 60
Hamish Old weights if I recall were 35 oz for the 45 liter version and 38 for the 60 liter version. Mine weighs 38 oz on my scale. I just checked the current website and you're right it is 4...

In Editor's Roundtable » Exped Lightning 60 Review
May 14, 11:28am

Weather and Griz
I'd probably work my way down into the trees a bit too. If I'm that close to the treeline I figure I might as well spend an extra 10 minutes and get down where I'm safer if a storm blo...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Where would you setup camp in this picture
May 12, 5:26pm

What is Minimalist
I think Ryan Jordan had it right when he divided such shoes into "Barefoot" and "Minimalist." Barefoot shoes would be VFF, Trail Gloves etc. basically the thinnest and least pa...

In GEAR » Vibram settles lawsuit over FiveFingers health claims
May 11, 1:22pm

Re Re Solo vs Group Think
My closest call in the backcountry was a kayak trip I never should have taken. I assumed my idiot friend leading the way knew what he was doing. He didn't and he led us into some scary rapids...

In Philosophy & Technique » Rational Solo Fear
May 10, 4:53pm

My summer bag for humid weather is an 11oz synthetic quilt. I've gone a bit under 40 with it by using a puffy down vest and warm hat. I'd look into a cheap quilt or try making your own. ...

In Gear Lists » 1st post plus Tentative Gear List
May 10, 4:34pm

Great Place
I love Lost Creek. When its a bit warmer try the other loop over McCurdy Mountain starting from Lost Park. It has about 4-5 miles above treeline with nice views of Pike's Peak and South Park....

In Post-Trip Reports » Lost Creek Wilderness 5/6-8/2014
May 10, 10:05am

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