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About Me I like to hike, backpack, camp and backcountry ski every so often...
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Costco budget sleeping bag - KSB 20 - Down Sleeping bag - $139
I was in Costco recently with Mrs Mags. Looks like they have started selling Klymit Down Bags for $139. Very similar to the Kelty Cosmic down bag…but more readily avail. 550 fill, 2.6 lbs. Rated ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Costco budget sleeping bag - KSB 20 - Down Sleeping bag - $139
June 09, 10:47pm

Alchohol and Esbit stoves are indeed banned in RMNP
Again, I had no doubts..juts like to see things in writing. :) I will admit to being a little surprised as this is the first I heard of such a ban in NPS units outside of general open flame bans (...

In GEAR » Stoves
June 09, 2:06pm

Stoves
"Yes I did call the park office yesterday, and they told me that, anything not having an on-off switch is not allowed." Wow... Again, I did not doubt it..just surprised. First time ...

In GEAR » Stoves
June 09, 9:47am

Stove
That's new to me in terms of the Alchie stove. Did a ranger say that? It has been a very wet spring in this area so I am a little surprised. I am no doubting, just curious as to the source.

In GEAR » Stoves
June 08, 5:17pm

fleece vs down
"What about some of the more breathable synthetics like the Nano Air or Atom Lt, or thermoball where getting it damp isn't such a big issue?" For all puffies, your sweat will cause...

In GEAR » 2 questions: fleece vs down and caldera cone
June 08, 9:25am

price of a home cooked meal
Don't forget, a Mountain house meal is essentially for one person. Or $20 for two. **** Warning..tangents ahoy! **** When I cook at home, I almost always have left overs. Let's say...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Sticker Shock, need a new plan
June 02, 11:19pm

Some ideas
i wrote this article. May be of interest? http://www.trailgroove.com/issue22.html?autoflip=141

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Sticker Shock, need a new plan
June 02, 1:10pm

Spot
As I have mentioned before, Mrs Mags spent her formative years on the more restrictive side of the Iron Curtain. The idea of being tracked, or tracking someone, is a bit different than what most o...

In Philosophy & Technique » REI
June 02, 1:03pm

Closest to a Sunday Afternoons Adventure Hat without being a Sunday Afternoons Adventure Hat?
<--- Dorky boonie hat, collared shirt, bandanna in pinch, olive oil in the blood stream. Works for me. The first three are easy enough to do. The fourth is from many multiple people invading...

In GEAR » Closest to a Sunday Afternoons Adventure Hat without being a Sunday Afternoons Adventure Hat?
May 31, 10:19pm

hey Coloradans - mosquitos this July???
Don't camp near still water below trees (Harvard Lake comes to mind). Before Kenosha Pass they may be noticeable...but not too bad. After that, esp at night, think it will be OK. Somethin...

In Pre-Trip Planning » hey Coloradans - mosquitos this July???
May 31, 5:11pm

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