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Christopher * (cfrey.0) - BPL Premium Member

My Locale US East Coast
About Me Born in Philly. Family from the Smokies. I've been lost in the Scottish highlands and alone in the damp swamps of Botswana.

PCT: (class of 2012) NOBO to Canada
CDT/GDMBR: (class of 2012) SOBO back to Mexico
AT: Section hiking since I was a kid
CityPhiladelphia (mostly)

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All Forum Posts by Christopher *

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Re: Bierstadt
"What is this? Think you might be on the wrong site..." After that long and heartfelt story, this reply had me rolling on the floor. I'm still laughing.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Real copy, or fake original....
November 11, 8:30pm

Re: Wholly s^%t!!!
"there must be 100 geese out there that are very upset." They are not upset .... they are hiding in there. Its like a goose trojan horse. You fall asleep and they come out and peck ...

In Gear Deals » Ultimate Sleeping Bag
November 07, 8:58pm

Re: Sewing timelapse
Cool video Nick ... but I felt robbed not getting to see it on a frame in the end!

In Make Your Own Gear » Sewing timelapse
November 06, 8:58am

Re: Re: Re: An update, Dr. LaViolettes prediction re: Star in the G2 cloud most likely correct.
Yesterday I read this: The only reason I recognized it was because of this thread....

In Chaff » Woo woo time, Galactic Core explosions, Solar excitement, and Dr. Paul LaViolette
November 05, 9:05am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Cold Showers
"You take that $%!+ back right now mister! " He gave you $ ? Was it for the sperm?

In Chaff » Cold Showers
November 04, 1:07pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: The dark flip side of Heroes
From Daryl's post above : "It is wonderful music to work out to at the gym. With my eyes closed I imagine I'm the only one who can reach the top of the mountain on my exercycle and ...

In Chaff » Canadian Hero
November 02, 9:55pm

Re: Re: Lightweight gear tax deduction?
"Not the deduction thing, the fishnet thing." As opposed to his regular attire??? Let's face it ... Daryl and Daryl are one foil hat away from being committed. I particularl...

In Chaff » Lightweight gear tax deduction?
November 02, 8:09pm

Re: Re: Re: The dark flip side of Heroes
"+1 to the OP. He is certainly worthy of admiration." Yes. Agreed. I recently read that he saved a bunch of mountain dwelling villagers with no assistance other than his stationary bic...

In Chaff » Canadian Hero
November 02, 7:10pm

Re: re Grabbier fabric with DP/Xpac
Charley, So I'll give you my take based on experience and lots of reading over the years. It may be right, it may be wrong so take it for what it is worth. Some belts are designed to be h...

In Make Your Own Gear » Grabbier fabric with DP/Xpac
November 02, 12:21pm

Re: Thanks
"I think this style is very effective for curvy folks, women in particular." And bony. I'm tall and curve deprived.

In Make Your Own Gear » Grabbier fabric with DP/Xpac
November 01, 4:27pm

All Reader Reviews by Christopher *

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LukesUltralight SilNylon Rain Shell
Luke does really nice work, including making the 7D rain shells for Ruta Locura. The SilNylon shell he sells on his site is studier than 7D, but still comes in at a respectable weight. Pit zips? Yes. ...

In Clothing - Raingear
March 30, 4:30pm