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Re: Need Help: Photos of Dan's Zelph Stoves at the GGG!!!
Tony, Thanks for this. I don't have any pictures, unfortunately, but for those at the GGG, these stove kits were in a bin inside the "welcome tent" near the name tags. I think ...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » 6th Annual G.G.G. 1/24-26 2014
February 15, 12:43pm

Hendrik's Layering Guide: How to dress for Winter
Hendrik recently put up a very good post about layering: http://hikinginfinland.com/2014/02/layering-guide-how-to-dress-for-winter.html This is so visual that it could be very useful info for...

In Philosophy & Technique » Layering: Staying Comfortable in the Mountains
February 14, 1:14pm

Re: BPL wedding....
Always a bridesmaid . . .

In Philosophy & Technique » UL positive feedback system
February 12, 8:51pm

Do sub 3.0 oz baselayer bottoms actually exist?
My quick take on sub-3 oz baselayers mirrors Dale's question above: During last weekend's "Portland Snowpocalypse," when walking around my neighborhood area when it was cold an...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » Do sub 3.0 oz baselayer bottoms actually exist?
February 12, 12:51am

Re: Re: Tarp Condensation
Some thoughts: What kind of surface did you set up on? What kind of groundsheet, if any, did you use and how much ground surface area was covered under the tarp? Were there any breezes? Where you i...

In GEAR » Tarp Condensation
February 12, 12:03am

Another pillow thread--high loft pillows for side sleepers
I use the Cocoon Hyperlight, with a fleece sleeve/tube covering most of it and deflated just a bit. I'm also a side-sleeper. This has worked for me, although with any pillow I've used (stuf...

In GEAR » Another pillow thread--high loft pillows for side sleepers
February 10, 10:39am

How did I get so heavy? Late Aug JMT solo
Jen, If I take shorts + tights + wind pants combo, I still through in a cuben rain kilt.

In Gear Lists » How did I get so heavy? Late Aug JMT solo
February 09, 6:19pm

Best single piece of advice for new UL backpackers? Particularly women?
"I think one of their fears is going out with people they don't know. I know that was one of MY fears. They need to know they can depend on the people they are with (to an extent, say for ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Best single piece of advice for new UL backpackers? Particularly women?
February 09, 6:10pm

Re: How did I get so heavy? Late Aug JMT solo
Jen, I think we all can get caught up in gear planning for a particular trip and wanting to get the gear just right, but I don't think there's any reason to upgrade your pack and shelter...

In Gear Lists » How did I get so heavy? Late Aug JMT solo
February 09, 11:29am

re: Best single piece of advice for new UL backpackers? Particularly women?
Dena, I'm guessing but I think the most common fears in transitioning from day-hiking to backpacking would be (1) how am I going to sleep comfortably on the trail, (2) how will I feel safe o...

In Philosophy & Technique » Best single piece of advice for new UL backpackers? Particularly women?
February 08, 10:41pm

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