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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: Re: Re: Largish Rattlesnake Encounter in Sierras
Marko, You are so right about the Corn snakes!! They are beauties and I haven't heard of (though I'm sure it's happened) one biting someone. Scare the crap out of my girls though...

In Photo Gallery » Largish Rattlesnake Encounter in Sierras
September 24, 6:15pm

Re: Largish Rattlesnake Encounter in Sierras
That IS a healthy specimen! Yeah, we gots critters here in FL. This year, though, I've had more black racers in the yard than anything else. Those boogers have attitude.

In Photo Gallery » Largish Rattlesnake Encounter in Sierras
September 24, 1:35pm

Re: Highly compressible synthetic quilt...?
Hi Tyler, Tim's run-down is accurate for your specific question. I echo the above info on down in the SE (Florida in my case) so I know a little about humidity :) Been using down quilt...

In GEAR » Highly compressible synthetic quilt...?
September 24, 9:36am

Re: Liner vs clothes
+1 to Mitch's "backwards" jacket method.

In GEAR » Adding warmth - more clothes vs bag liner
September 23, 12:49pm

Re: WTB: Nunatak, Titanium cookware
Used Evernew Pasta pot, ~.7L (not the 1L version). Lid snaps on so no stuffsack needed. Cord in place of knob/ring on top of pot. Nice drain holes in lid. $35 shipped Paypal gift or add 3% fo...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Nunatak, Titanium cookware
September 23, 12:45pm

Re: Adding warmth - more clothes vs bag liner
If you toss n' turn, a liner will tangle you up like a mummy! I hate 'em for this reason, although they do keep the bag clean as Stephen mentioned. They, since thinner, added less warmt...

In GEAR » Adding warmth - more clothes vs bag liner
September 23, 11:28am

Re: Frosting lens of LED lantern
I think sandpaper would work. I also think removing the plastic and, using white spray paint, spray from a good distance in short bursts. You can apply a second coat later if needed. Maybe????

In GEAR » Frosting lens of LED lantern
September 23, 11:23am

Re: Want a FREE CCF Sleeping Pad?
I received mine Friday and it's big and thick. Haven't weighed it but I'm sure it's close to his. Nice pad, nothing special except the price is good for the thickness. Pretty...

In Gear Deals » Want a FREE CCF Sleeping Pad?
September 23, 7:18am

Re: Efficient gear storage
On the upper shelves in the walk-in closet, I lay all sorts of gear, including sleeping pads (flat). Then I stumbled on nearly free wire shelving at a yard sale and added a second row (upper, uppe...

In GEAR » Efficient gear storage
September 19, 12:54pm

Re: Utility of a down vest
I haven't been able to get a vest to meet my needs - extra warmth in camp and while sleeping. They work for plenty of folks though. And they seem like they SHOULD work for me, but...! I ha...

In GEAR » Utility of a down vest
September 18, 8:04am

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