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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

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white gas
I've had good luck with my MSR Whisperlite and a Simmerlite (a gift). White gas is a bit of "voodoo magic" in the sense that is it not as intuitive as a remote canister stove. In...

In GEAR » Cold weather cooking - stove choices
March 03, 12:11pm

WEll Dave, thanks as always for your insightful commentary! I'd rather think of the wonderful time spent with friends, the beautiful scenery and at less than $30 a night, it was rather affor...

In Post-Trip Reports » Ski to the Divide – Skinner Hut
February 27, 1:45pm

Five day trips
Thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail is essentially one long trip broken into a series of 3-5 days between resupplies. While a longer hike with resupply is extremely helpful for dialing in gear and...

In Editor's Roundtable » Beyond Our Boundaries: Episode 1
February 27, 6:47am

Ski to the Divide – Skinner Hut
After the "cabineering" article here on BPL, thought there may be an interest in my 10th Mtn Hut experience. It was a three-day trip to Skinner Hut near Leadville, CO. For those...

In Post-Trip Reports » Ski to the Divide – Skinner Hut
February 26, 9:05pm

The Trail Show #21 - The Florida Trail
Show #21!! – Today we bring you Show #21 – in this month of love we show some love to the Florida Trail! On this month’s episode we Skype in Florida Trail thru-hiker Misti “Ridley” Little...

In On the Web » The Trail Show #21 - The Florida Trail
February 25, 9:58am

I made a guest laptop Lubuntu for the "you can't screw it on old hardware" argument. Guests can browse websites, print out boarding passes and check e-mail. Really do...

In Other Activities » Help me pick a computer
February 21, 2:55pm

While the survey was interesting, one resource was voted both among the best and among the worst (Yogi's book). :) What I found interesting is the amount of people who were doing the PCT as ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » PCT hiker stats.
February 20, 2:22pm

The Good Way - Bandelier National Monument
A long weekend backpacking in Bandelier National Monument.\ “…ask for the ancient paths, Where the good way is, and walk in it; And you will find rest for your souls.” -Jeremiah ...

In Post-Trip Reports » The Good Way - Bandelier National Monument
February 19, 10:42pm

wool watch cap
At this time of the year, winter clothing is deeply discounted. I picked up my favorite merino wool beanie at this time last year at Sports Authority. It was a 100% merino wool beanie (nice and ...

In GEAR » Wool Watch Cap Recommendations
February 11, 10:59am

gear evolution
Here's my own personal gear evolution (at least for three season backpacking): May be of interest/amusement

In GEAR » Your first "UL" piece of gear?
February 09, 4:55pm

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