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Paul Magnanti (PaulMags) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale People's Republic of Boulder
About Me I like to hike, backpack, camp and backcountry ski every so often...
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StateCO
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darn lucky
I must confess, I sometimes feel like I don't get out as much. The yearning for the long journey never goes away. As a person in early middle age (I hit 40 in two months), there are other...

In Post-Trip Reports » Winter backpacking in Rocky Mountain National Park
March 04, 10:00am

depends...
Time of the year, type of trip, what I feel like doing and so on. If I am hiking from dawn to sunset, I simply sleep. On a trip with less daylight and some time in camp? Some tea is brewed up...

In Philosophy & Technique » How Do You Occupy Self during Evening/Downtime when Solo?
March 04, 6:42am

route
Thanks for the kind words. We went to Fern Lake and back via an off trail route. We then went to the Bierstadt Lake junction and back.

In Post-Trip Reports » Winter backpacking in Rocky Mountain National Park
March 04, 6:22am

Winter backpacking in Rocky Mountain National Park
A weekend where I again assisted with a winter backpacking course. Winter backpacking is, at first glance, not really that different from three-season backpacking. You still need your usu...

In Post-Trip Reports » Winter backpacking in Rocky Mountain National Park
March 03, 9:51pm

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

Insightful!
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

xNIX
I made a guest laptop Lubuntu for the "you can't screw it up...works 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

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