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Mark Ries (mtmnmark) - BPL Premium Member

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About Me Im to old to fat and out of shape but I sure like hiking and fishing in the wind river range Im transitioning closer to ultra light but still lightweight at best but 35lbs from skin out is alot better than the old 60
CityDavenport
StateIowa
Countryusa

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Permethrin
If this has been discussed in prior threads please forgive me. If permethrin treated clothing is worn in the water does it come off the clothing enough to harm fish and aquatic life. I kayak rivers...

In GEAR » Permethrin
May 20, 7:16pm

Re: Gold Pan
A bed pan 8^)

In Multiple Use Gear » Gold Pan
May 11, 9:03pm

Re: perimeter nets
I love my wild oasis with perimeter net... I just can't find it anymore, its around here someplace. I really don't find it finicky or in the way SMD does a good job with this. If needed my ...

In GEAR » perimeter nets
May 11, 5:29pm

Re: Re: I'm ashamed of you, BPL'ers
Ken that's poofay I believe ;^)

In GEAR » I'm ashamed of you, BPL'ers
May 05, 10:41pm

Re: Pepperidge Farm wafer cans as pots?
What's it weigh? Is it worth it?

In Make Your Own Gear » Pepperidge Farm wafer cans as pots?
April 23, 9:46am

Re: Re: Re: Re: cable cutters for freeing dogs from snares
Btw Roger I got on several sites that sell cable cutters and for some reason they rate the tools to cut thicker high tensil than stainless steel like the felco c9 tool cuts 7mm high tensil but 6mm ...

In GEAR » cable cutters for freeing dogs from snares
April 14, 10:17pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
Hey this is just what I think I'm not saying I'm right. My first statement was that I think it depends on the ground temp.

In GEAR » For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
April 14, 9:45pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
Thank God for the urban dictonary I had to look up WAG. My guess is that Greg's right but I bet the conventional mattress would pull heat away for a while better than the airbed but that would ...

In GEAR » For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
April 14, 8:57pm

Re: Re: For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
This is not a statement its a question. Your house is kept at 78┬░you have a conventional mattress an air bed and a unheated water bed all at the same temp. What's going to be the warmest and w...

In GEAR » For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
April 14, 8:20pm

Re: For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
I think its a matter of what the ground temp is. If a body is laying on a surface that's colder than the body the heat from the body will flow to the cooler surface which would cool the body,th...

In GEAR » For Summer use, do you overheat with high R value pads?
April 14, 8:07pm

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