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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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All Forum Posts by Daniel Pittman

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Re: REI Dash 2 (2-Person, Double Wall) Tent Review
Great review, especially the comparison charts. I'm glad REI is starting to embrace lighter gear, and this tent looks like a great deal. I'm a tarp/bivy guy, but I'll need a real tent t...

In Editor's Roundtable » REI Dash 2 (2-Person, Double Wall) Tent Review
April 02, 11:03am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Sternum strap?
Dang, how high are y'all's nipples?

In GEAR » My take on the new Men's Exos 58
March 27, 12:51pm

Re: Re: Pack compression
Perhaps we could fashion you a bindle-stick or a carrying yoke to supplement your existing pack.

In GEAR » Pack compression
March 22, 10:41pm

Re: Best thread hijack ever
Reminds me of a customer I had at the hardware store. Brought back a window unit air-conditioner that he claimed made his room hotter. Upon questioning, it turned out his room was windowless and he...

In GEAR » Pack compression
March 22, 12:19pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Hipbelt above the hips!!
"Not at all. What I am trying to understand how you don't have an ass and you have narrow hips but yet you are able to keep your belt above your hips, wearing it as a waist belt. This impl...

In Philosophy & Technique » Osprey PackSizer
March 17, 12:05pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Hipbelt above the hips!!
I definitely fall into the 'no ass' camp. My GF, on the other hand, went back for seconds when they were serving ass. If you're saying she and I should be fitting our packs the same way...

In Philosophy & Technique » Osprey PackSizer
March 16, 8:36pm

Re: Osprey PackSizer
I have narrow hips that don't flare out much. If I try to wear a hipbelt on my hips, it just slides down unless it is uncomfortably tight. Positioned a little higher, almost around my waist, it...

In Philosophy & Technique » Osprey PackSizer
March 16, 4:14pm

Re: What ONE piece of gear makes you smile and why
My MSR Titanium spoon. I've had it since '97 and I use it every day. It's been everywhere with me.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What ONE piece of gear makes you smile and why
March 15, 8:56pm

Re: Are you an expert?
I've never had the *pleasure* of splicing steel cable; all the standing rigging on my sailboat used swaged fittings. However, I did all the splicing on the running rigging by hand, including th...

In Editor's Roundtable » Make Your Own Gear: Tarp Guylines
March 14, 3:35pm

Re: Make Your Own Gear: Tarp Guylines
Brion Toss wrote a book called 'The Complete Rigger's Apprentice' and I find it indispensable when I need to splice rope. Pretty useful section on knots as well.

In Editor's Roundtable » Make Your Own Gear: Tarp Guylines
March 13, 9:12pm

All Reader Reviews by Daniel Pittman

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MSR Titan Kettle
Use it with a fancy feast stove. Cut a wind-screen as tall as will fit inside the kettle. Store your stove, matches, mini bic, fuel, bandana, olive oil, s&p, Dr. Bronner's, etc. inside it. ...

In Cookware - Titanium
May 26, 10:37pm