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Daniel Pittman (pitsy) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale Central Texas
About Me Born: Mississippi. Raised: Houston. Boy Scouts, BMX, camping. Navy: Great Lakes, Orlando, Norfolk, Guantanamo, San Diego. Hitch-hiked from S.D. to NYC. Bike shops. Moved to: Austin, then Round Rock. Made a baby with: Melissa McChristian. Favorite place: Grand Teton. Favorite animal: Black Bear.
CityRound Rock
StateTX
CountryUnited States of America
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Re: Re: Re: Baselayer
"...we might be related. Depending on the brand and cut I'm somewhere betweeen a Large and a XXL... needless to say, I'm thankful for good return policies." 5'10", ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Layering: Staying Comfortable in the Mountains
February 14, 2:44pm

Re: Baselayer
John, congratulations on your incredible weight loss! Don't worry about that tummy too much; you're a hot and sexy man! I've had much better luck with moisture transport when my base...

In Philosophy & Technique » Layering: Staying Comfortable in the Mountains
February 14, 12:31pm

Re: Floors
@Dan Durston: Are you and Dena Kelley wearing the same outfit?

In GEAR » cuben vs. silnylon for a tent floor
February 13, 12:22pm

Re: guyline adjustment strategies--line-locs vs adjustable knots
Learn the knots, of course. Learn them so good you can tie them blindfolded. But if you're going to be wearing gloves or having to set up camp in a hurry, use line-locs. As a previous post stat...

In Philosophy & Technique » guyline adjustment strategies--line-locs vs adjustable knots
February 13, 11:57am

Re: 1st Post "I'll take it"
It seems simple to me: Everyone who can read the ad also has the ability to respond to the ad in the thread. If the seller has posted his terms clearly, and a buyer declares "I'll take it...

In Gear Swap » 1st Post "I'll take it"
February 11, 8:52pm

Re: Beyond Our Boundaries: The Story of a Family of Five Thru-Hiking the AT in 2014
Aw crap! I screwed around and missed the funding deadline. Stoked to see the project got funded even without my help! I added myself to the contact list on the website, so let me know when the v...

In Editor's Roundtable » Beyond Our Boundaries: The Story of a Family of Five Thru-Hiking the AT in 2014
February 11, 8:37pm

Re: Plan B
I made my own cracker, like the second link I posted. It works great. If you want to use a standard tool with the wheel off the frame, and turn it with your leatherman, you'll need to hold t...

In Gear Lists » 2014 Continental Divide Bikepacking Gear List
February 11, 4:36pm

Re: Noted
To use that tool to remove a cassette lockring, you also need a big crescent wrench to turn it with and a chain-whip to keep the cassette from turning. The beauty of the hypercracker is that, in ef...

In Gear Lists » 2014 Continental Divide Bikepacking Gear List
February 10, 9:11pm

Re: 2014 Continental Divide Bikepacking Gear List
Those Kevlar emergency repair spokes are useless. Carry real spokes and nipples to fit your wheels. You'll also need a hypercracker to bust the cassette off, or you could MYOG.

In Gear Lists » 2014 Continental Divide Bikepacking Gear List
February 10, 8:43pm

Re: WTB REI Flash 18 (also have things to trade)
I'm NOT selling mine. But I will say that The Flash 18 is a great little pack for day-hikes. Just big enough for the essentials and some extra warmth. More than adequate for overnighters six m...

In Gear Swap » WTB REI Flash 18 (also have things to trade)
February 10, 5:47pm

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