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Ken T. (kthompson) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Behind the Redwood Curtain
About Me Better to observe than be observed.

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Re: Drawstring Shorts for JMT
With or without a liner?

In GEAR » Drawstring Shorts for JMT
April 17, 8:08pm

Re: Its not that simple
Saw a brown Boston Terrier today. That's a first.

In Chaff » The basic math behind Christianity...
April 17, 7:29pm

Re: Important
Has a buch of fine actors in it. Not my kind of film. Good to see David Hewlett. Vanessa Redgrave is always awesome.

In Chaff » Important
April 17, 6:51pm

Re: clammy.
Yummy, Clam Chowder. New England Style. Salute the veggies in bacon fat, so good it's like a religious experience.

In Chaff » The basic math behind Christianity...
April 17, 6:45pm

Re: Is a bucket/basin worthwhile for personal hygiene on trips more than a couple of days?
I use a gusseted bottomed sugar bag as a water scoop and freestanding bucket.

In GEAR » Is a bucket/basin worthwhile for personal hygiene on trips more than a couple of days?
April 17, 5:43pm

Re: Or... use no stuff sack at all!
I am never in so much of a hurry that I have ever thought that I needed to pack up quicker, ever. I do not see that this idea has any real merit other than a gimmick that allows you to pack a bag q...

In GEAR » Ultralight Sleeping Bag Compression Stuff Sack
April 17, 4:07pm

Re: Is a bucket/basin worthwhile for personal hygiene on trips more than a couple of days?
Stuff sack washing machine http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=73249

In GEAR » Is a bucket/basin worthwhile for personal hygiene on trips more than a couple of days?
April 17, 4:02pm

Re: Save the weight and $$
That looks like a BRS-3000T Bob.

In GEAR » Need suggestions for lighter stove
April 17, 3:07pm

Re: A definition..
I can't believe that they don't teach cursive in school anymore. STFU, no really.

In Chaff » The basic math behind Christianity...
April 17, 3:04pm

FS: Hilleberg Unna, green
One green Unna in excellent condition save for one tiny hole by the inner door bottom. Factory footprint included Less than 10 days use. 2012 model. $400 shipped CONUS. New this combo would be $6...

In Gear Swap » FS: Hilleberg Unna, green
April 17, 1:21pm

All Reader Reviews by Ken T.

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ULA Equipment
Ordered this pack early on a Thurs. morning PST. Shipped from ULA that afternoon. Custom CDT with no hip belt or ice axe/pole retention or any other options other than the pad and hydration sleeve. U...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
September 29, 6:35pm

Lost Valley Hammocks Arkansas
Know your reviewer.

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
July 13, 7:45am

Hilleberg Unna
I too have just joined the ranks of Hilleberg carriers. I bought an Unna for myself and my sometime canine companion. Heavy compared to what a lot carry here sure. I slept like a rock in 60mph gusts ...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
May 12, 2:15pm

Osprey Hornet 46
Moved this here from the Lifer's only forum. Here is what I thought Review for Osprey Hornet 46. Tester info. Ken Thompson 43 years old Living/hiking in far northern CA. 6'3" 210...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 24, 6:52am

Bareboxer.com Golf City Products Barebox
Overall I am happy with it. I do not like the over built and heavy locking mechanism on the lid. Something more akin to the Garcia Machine type would be more than adequate. Other than that it perform...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 08, 6:44am