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as a second option...
I could put together a TIFF of the 1:24000 topos for you. I use Mapcard and can make a composite of the maps or email you the set covering the area you want. Let me know if this is an attractive o...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Trail Illustrated #208 Colorado Nat Monument
March 17, 8:17am

Re: brought along my...
...and I prefer 18 year old Jamesons over Jack.

In GEAR » Hike Your Own Adventure (Choose your Own Gear)
March 17, 8:10am

brought along my...
First of all, I do not wear glasses...BTHHHHHHHH ...and if I did, I would use anti-fog on them. I am in the wilderness... so I brought my gratitude, ...and my fire starting skills.

In GEAR » Hike Your Own Adventure (Choose your Own Gear)
March 17, 7:59am

Rain/wind pants
Well, that's how I see 'um. I have Sierra Designs Hurricane Rain Pants. They weigh around 8.4 oz on my scale and I use them for wind or rain pants. Some folks say they are not breathable en...

In GEAR » Let us discuss rain pants
March 17, 7:52am

Re: protection?
"though of protection never crosses my mind in on the trail - it's much safer than walking around in society, or driving to the trailhead for that matter" So true. That was how I fel...

In Chaff » do you take protection on hikes?
March 17, 7:41am

Re: do you take protection on hikes?
I assume you mean A firearm when you use the euphemism "protection". The current Department of the Interior policy is that you have the same rights for firearm possession within National ...

In Chaff » do you take protection on hikes?
March 17, 7:33am

Re: FS: ... patagonia
What's the vest weigh? Do you have fill details Synth, down, Fill Power...)?

In Gear Swap » FS: MHW, MLD, patagonia
March 14, 7:10pm

If 0.3 oz is too flimsy... the comment section of the tarp's description... "• A 0.6 oz Cuben Fiber version may be available at request. • Extra tie-outs along long edge can be added at request." ...

In GEAR » Alpenlite Cirriform 1 Tarp
March 14, 7:17am

Re: Try Wild Things
"It's called the Alpinist. Not sure if it qualifies as UL, though." 20 oz

In GEAR » Recommendations for an E-vent Shell w/ Pit Zips?
March 04, 2:58pm

I like Ultralight Joe's Moose Goo
Goggle it. I couldn't make this up! » 2 parts honey » 2 parts corn flour (NOT corn meal) » 1 part peanut butter (smooth) Keeps for a LOOOOOOOOONG time, tastes great, and spreads well ove...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Energy on the Trail
February 27, 8:51pm

All Reader Reviews by Michael Landman

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AlpinLite Bug Tent
I think this is the correct category... The tent is a No-See-Um mesh tent over a SylNyl bathtub floor. It has a solid foot wall and a single zippered door. The specs are as follows: Materials: 1 ...

In Shelters - Bivy Sacks
May 22, 8:40am

Thermarest Neo-Air
I got back from 7 days in the Grand Canyon three weeks ago. I had a regular sized NeoAir under my Montbel UL SS #3 down bag inside a Alpinlite Bug bivy and a GG Spinshelter 2. Cottonwood ...</td>          
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In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
May 11, 5:49pm

REI REI Peak UL Compact Hiking Poles
I got these to replace my heaver AL. poles. I have done 2 five day Grand Canyon hikes and am quite satisfied. I use them heavily for support on the descents and as a boost on the ascents. Stepping dow...

In Trekking Poles
January 27, 10:51am