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Tad Englund (bestbuilder) - BPL Professional Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me I like to be outside
CitySeattle Area
StateWashington
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://englundhomes.com

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All Forum Posts by Tad Englund

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Re: West Coast Box: Get on with it!!!!
Hey, sorry everyone. Yes I have the box! I have a ton of excuses but they are all just that- excuses. Is there anyone in Seattle who wants to meet up to get the box? If not I'll mail it to th...

In Gear Swap » New type of PIF -- the Travelling Hiker Box!
December 06, 12:03am

Re: Re: Re: Pruning Saw Progress
Thanks David, I thought that might be it, but yours looks a bit more grippy (some grit in it) then what I have seen before. Tad

In GEAR » Ultralight Saws
November 30, 6:13pm

Re: Pruning Saw Progress
David, what did you use for the handle grip (black stuff)? Sorry in advanced if you listed this earlier in the thread (I just read your last post).

In GEAR » Ultralight Saws
November 30, 5:18pm

Re: Re: Spray foam stove pad for snow camping?
Duane, David is right about the 1/8" ply, that is what I have used for year now with great results and no heat stains. I did coat it with a thin coat of urethane to keep the water/moisture ou...

In GEAR » Spray foam stove pad for snow camping?
November 20, 10:28pm

Re: Pad on top or bottom?
After trying many different pads and combination of pads and what combination of pads go on top or bottom; even without a PHd I came to the conclusion the the CCF is better on top: 1. Technically ...

In GEAR » Pad on top or bottom!
November 19, 9:20pm

True Appreciation
Ike, I truely appreciate your report. The pictures are worth whatever effort it took to get them (at least for me). Maybe your next article should be "what and how to cook on a extended ou...

In Editor's Roundtable » Traversing the Adirondacks by Foot and Packraft
November 17, 10:23pm

Re: Los Padres. (Fathers and Children)
Great post and wonderfully written.

In Post-Trip Reports » Los Padres. (Fathers and Children)
November 11, 11:25am

Re: Kevlar Roving
Colin, that is a great idea, that way I can still use the frame I made and not have to buy a new one (saving the cost and shipping). But I don't have a source for the kevlar roving (I assume I...

In Make Your Own Gear » Metallury help needed for a MYOG Flash 30
November 07, 4:09pm

Re: Great Article
Thanks George. Feel free to share the link to this and the first article (referenced above) with the parents in your troop or whomever.

In Editor's Roundtable » What a Beginner Needs for Backpacking
November 07, 3:11pm

Metallury help needed for a MYOG Flash 30
I needed a well fitting pack that could hold up to 40 pounds of fish, while fishing in Alaska; but would be small, very light and stay out of the way, handle gale force rain; as I travel up to 5 mi...

In Make Your Own Gear » Metallury help needed for a MYOG Flash 30
November 07, 1:45pm

All Reader Reviews by Tad Englund

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Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Pad
The mattress totally sucked the heat out of me. See this thread for more info about this mattress.

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
November 11, 6:39pm