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Brad Fisher (wufpackfn) - BPL Premium Member

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All Forum Posts by Brad Fisher

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Re: Here is a Map for Michael and Chris
Luke, The maps are a little hard to read but give them a good idea of the loops you outlined. All good. One thing that I did notice was a reference to the Mt Rogers Spur trail. You have it locat...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Tips for Grayson Highlands with kids in early June?
March 02, 7:24am

Re: Re Wow
I ask the ranger about bears one time and he said they had them, but rarely see them. He said ponies were the bigger problem. However rodents can be an issue, so I ALWAYS hang my food and never lea...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Tips for Grayson Highlands with kids in early June?
March 01, 8:55pm

Re: A Complete Guide to Hiking In Grayson Highlands with Kids
Good stuff and get pictures. Thomas Knob to Rho Gap: - Great views and occasionally I will camp along the AT/Crest in this section off season. It can be crowded. What I really hate is now they...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Tips for Grayson Highlands with kids in early June?
March 01, 10:02am

Re: Water
Agree with Luke to avoid Scales trail. The VHA away from scales is not too bad. Agree I wouldn't do Whitetop just giving you a data point Lets clarify the water sources on Pine and Crest ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Tips for Grayson Highlands with kids in early June?
February 28, 4:56pm

Re: Tips for Grayson Highlands with kids in early June?
Chris, When I take my kids to Grayson/Mt Rogers I usually stay in the high country section and just hike a bunch of different trails. This gives me a lot of options for changing the distance if th...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Tips for Grayson Highlands with kids in early June?
February 27, 7:26pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
The one I just bought. Isn't that always the case. Hard to pick one when your backpacking home is the southeast, but you also do trips in the west. Also I like to to backpack year around. I...

In GEAR » New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
February 22, 7:55pm

Re: Tell Me About It...
I feel your pain....

In GEAR » New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
February 22, 6:57pm

Re: Re: New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
Ben Honestly trying to find my way. Lot of trial and error to figure out what I like. It's about balance between weight and what works for me. I've learned it's not all about weight....

In GEAR » New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
February 22, 6:47pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
Black Diamond Lighthouse Big Agnes Flycreek 2 Tarptent Squall 2 (ready to retire) Sierra Lightning (first tent, ready to retire) GG One MLD Cuben Grace Duo MLD Solomid Cuben MLD Cricket Sily...

In GEAR » New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
February 22, 6:24pm

Re: Re: Re: New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
FYI, when my wife ask about the charge I'm blaming you. Wouldn't have been so bad if I hadn't bought two Zimmerbuilt packs the last month. Don't worry about owning a few shelter...

In GEAR » New Yama Mountain Gear cuben shelter
February 22, 5:57pm

All Reader Reviews by Brad Fisher

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Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Sleeping Pad
Have used a neoair for many nights without an issue. Night 1 with the XLite and it leaks from a small tear in outer fabric. Just too fragile for me. Now to figure out how to get my money back. Bra...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
February 26, 9:45am

Mountain Laurel Designs Burn (2010)
I bought the MLD Burn back in November to become my primary 3 season pack when a bear canister is not necessary. If I need to carry a bear canister I will continue to use my GG Gorilla. I was a li...

In Backpacks - Frameless
January 01, 7:32pm