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Dale Wambaugh (dwambaugh) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me Native Seattlite, hiking and biking in the woods since I was a kid. Returned to backpacking a couple years ago and discovered the pleasures ultralight hiking-- it appeals to my gadgeteering nature and my aging body parts :)
CitySeattle
StateWashington
CountryUSA
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Re: coffee filter vs fuel filter
See the thread below for a seal-a-meal coffee filter holder/pre-filter: http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/xdpy/forum_thread/44546

In Make Your Own Gear » Simple Water Scoop and Pre-Filter
May 06, 10:00pm

Re: Re: Frogg Toggs 2.8oz Emergency Poncho
It's small-- very thin stuff. It rolls up to the size of a soda can with no effort. Of course it is smaller in factory packaging. It is a great candidate for a small hydration pack. I will post...

In GEAR » Frogg Toggs 2.8oz Emergency Poncho
May 06, 9:55pm

Re: Re: Re: Afternoon walk on FS Road #26, Suiattle River Road
I thought the road would make a great mountain bike trip and you're right, it would go by quickly. Depends on the handsaw. They took down a lot of timber with "misery whip" 2-man ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Afternoon walk on FS Road #26, Suiattle River Road
May 05, 6:05pm

Re: emergency vs. standard dimensions
I am going to add material to the back, to give the extra length to cover the pack and my legs. The poncho is only 44" wide, so it may be weak on side coverage with the pack covered. We'll...

In Make Your Own Gear » Best glue for Dri Ducks material?
May 05, 5:43pm

Re: Frogg Toggs 2.8oz Emergency Poncho
Exactly-- it is a thinner version of the rain suit material--- non-woven polypropylene. . It is pressed smooth on the outside with a waffle finish on the inside. A 1" hem is sewn all around...

In GEAR » Frogg Toggs 2.8oz Emergency Poncho
May 04, 10:19pm

Re: WTB Dana Design/Marmot Wet Rib/Rib
There are a couple on eBay too.

In Gear Swap » WTB Dana Design/Marmot Wet Rib/Rib
May 04, 9:41pm

Re: Frogg Toggs 2.8oz Emergency Poncho
I just ordered three more from www.midwesthuntersoutlet.com I'm going to try cutting a section from one and adding to the tail for a more traditional backpacker's style poncho. Update:...

In GEAR » Frogg Toggs 2.8oz Emergency Poncho
May 04, 9:14pm

Best glue for Dri Ducks material?
I'm going to extend a Dri Ducks Emergency Poncho for use with a backpack. I know some have adapted Dri Ducks pants for use as a rain skirt. I'm thinking that just gluing a section from anot...

In Make Your Own Gear » Best glue for Dri Ducks material?
May 04, 9:03pm

Re: Lightest boxers?
That depends on the boxing association: Paperweight or Mini Paperweight. 80 pounds (40.6kg). If you mean underwear, check out Ex Officio :)

In GEAR » Lightest boxers?
May 04, 8:48pm

Re: Re: Afternoon walk on FS Road #26, Suiattle River Road
There were some Forest Service personnel working in the area. I mentioned to one that it would have made an interesting study to do a before and after on the wildlife population, migration, movemen...

In Post-Trip Reports » Afternoon walk on FS Road #26, Suiattle River Road
May 04, 7:53pm

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