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Steven Hanlon (asciibaron) - BPL Forum Member

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About Me father of two great boys, electronic musician, and avid cyclist. i also backpack. ;)
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All Forum Posts by Steven Hanlon

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lessons learned
2006 was my first year of serious backpacking - i did some trips in college and scouts, but they were more of social adventures in the woods using backpacks to carry the goods 2 miles into the wild...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Lessons learned in 2006?
January 05, 12:52pm

my methods
my current system uses a 2 liter Platypus bladder, a 1 liter Platypus bladder, and a Platypus drinking tube assembly and extra cap. in freezing temps i use a 1 liter Lexan Nalgene bottle instead o...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What hydration system do you use?
December 28, 1:29pm

Code tutor
i'm into ham radio and i bring along a Morse Code tutor when i solo. it weighs 8 ounces and gives me something to do once it gets dark and i climb into my sleeping bag. at some point i'll inves...

In Gear Lists » Packing List Oddities
October 11, 7:17am

talk about "skin-in" weight - why not hike naked. a pair of UL wool socks and some UL shoes and just a wedding band - maybe a bandana for those awkward rest stop meets. you could save 2-3 pound...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Damn heavy wedding band
October 11, 7:07am

i had a hardy laugh at your misfortune. well, kharma has bit me in the backside - my wife left a message yesterday morning on my cellphone informing me that the upstairs toilet overflowed and floo...

In Philosophy & Technique » So everytime I go on a solo trip...
October 10, 1:04pm

packing a sleeping bag
the forecast for an upcoming trip is telling me it's time for the 3 season down bag. it's a Marmot Sawtooth and weighs an unmodest 3 pounds. previously i got burned by not having it in a waterpro...

In Philosophy & Technique » packing a sleeping bag
October 06, 8:30pm

Re: Neato...
that is really cool - reminds me of an old coleman propane camp stove we used in Boy Scouts back in the late 70's early 80's. keeping the flame enclosed should really reduce the amount of fuel ...

In GEAR » Neato...
August 04, 8:39am

Re: Re: What is winehiking?
i think i was either with David and didn't know it or had a parallel conversation around a fire drinking the 2 buck chunk and coming to the same conclusion. who needs a water filter when you hav...

In On the Web » What is winehiking?
July 27, 9:12am

Klear Water??
i went with the Klear Water because it requires me to not think. fill up 2 quarts, put a capful in the water, shake, and then wait 20 minutes. i would screw up something more complex. i just...

In GEAR » Aqua Mira Warning
July 26, 9:58am

wool or synthetic?
not sur what to make of the results. it appears that the increased cost of a wool base layer yields a garment that does not offend the olfactories. i thought there was going to be a slam dunk...

In Editor's Roundtable » Comfort and Moisture Transport in Lightweight Wool and Synthetic Base Layers
July 26, 6:42am

All Reader Reviews by Steven Hanlon

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Marmot Precip Jacket Mens
i picked up my Marmot Precip in 2005 from REI for $42.83 - i figured i couldn't go wrong at that price. if it didn't work well for backpacking, i could wear it as a casual jacket. it has b...

In Clothing - Raingear
November 11, 8:13am

McHale 0-Sarc UL
I have the SARC Chasm version and would recommend this pack to anyone who has suffered with ill fitting mass produced packs. It's a tad on the heavy side, but for me, that's not a problem sin...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
April 27, 5:34pm