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Re: FS: Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer Hoody, Medium Black
price drop bump

In Gear Swap » FS: Mountain Hardwear Ghost Whisperer Hoody, Medium Black
August 05, 8:00pm

Re: Silnylon v cuben
All this talk of cuben getting pinholes and leaking makes me really question why Hyperlite Mountain Gear really pushes their packs being waterproof in all of their marketing.

In GEAR » New MLD Solomid owner with questions
August 03, 9:32pm

Re: Hip belt pockets yea or nay?
Mostly nay. Whatever you put in them gets smashed on the ground every time you take your pack off. I broke a headlamp that way. It limits the items I want to put in there. Usually too small for a ...

In GEAR » Hip belt pockets yea or nay?
July 29, 2:36pm

Re: Pyramid Vents
Derrick, was the tent pitched right against the ground? I wonder if having it raised a few inches off the ground would help as well?

In Make Your Own Gear » Peak Vents on Pyramids
July 29, 11:47am

Re: Re: High Sierra Edible Plants
Anybody know what time of year to harvest Chinquapin nuts?

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » High Sierra Edible Plants
July 29, 11:08am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: High Sierra Edible Plants
Yeah, I'm staying away from bulb plants for now while I get more experience. I like rose hips as well. Fiddleheads are always good. Didn't know you could find miners lettuce that h...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » High Sierra Edible Plants
July 28, 8:55pm

Re: Re: High Sierra Edible Plants
Honestly don't know if they were thimbleberries, some kind of Rubus (blackberries, thimbleberries, rasberries, all simmilar and in the Rubus genus). Maybe more like a raspberry? You can see ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » High Sierra Edible Plants
July 28, 4:32pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Thanks!
You should post a gear list. You could get some feedback on if you are carrying to much or too little of something from some Sierra veterans. Do you know what your starting weight without water wil...

In Pre-Trip Planning » sierra dry?
July 28, 3:33pm

High Sierra Edible Plants
Hey guys, it's the perfect time of year so lets talk about edible plants in the High Sierra. I know some berries but that's about it. Here are the edible berries that I know: Sambucus...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » High Sierra Edible Plants
July 28, 3:29pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Thanks!
When I did that trail in August of 2013, there was no water at the tributary crossing just below lower tent meadow. That year was a drought year for California, not as bad as this year, but I don&#...

In Pre-Trip Planning » sierra dry?
July 28, 12:11pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am