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did you guys make it out?
I've had some packed weekends and haven't been able to make it out lately =(

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » White Mountains NH Weekend loop? 4x4k's
September 22, 6:14pm

different but similar to last years
these are slightly different from last years. the manufacturer is a different name, but they are Chinese so that isn't saying much. They no longer have the XL size. they have a proper "gir...

In Gear Deals » Youth-Sized Down puffys at Costco, $30
September 17, 10:42am

damaged CCF can absorb water
when you cut a roll down you've damaged the edge cells, they are now capable of absorbing water. the reason the zlite, and it's ilk do not have this problem is they are molded into their...

In GEAR » How do you keep your foam sleeping pad dry?
August 08, 8:38am

Re: cellophane
another option: buy an XXXL rain jacket... I believe that is the sign it is time for me to leave work for the day.

In GEAR » How do you keep your foam sleeping pad dry?
August 07, 4:18pm

Re: ghetto gear
What Rodger suggests. Me likes. I wonder if the larger corn bags would fit over an entire pad? they are a heavier plastic though...

In GEAR » How do you keep your foam sleeping pad dry?
August 07, 4:07pm

Re: Horizontal Rain
yes, but mounted horizontally I believe the edge absorption would be minimal, especially with movement where the drops would shake off where mounted vertically they would have more time to penetrat...

In GEAR » How do you keep your foam sleeping pad dry?
August 07, 4:04pm

Re: Hrmm
Bryce's pad was PEF as far as I can tell. I had a CCF pad, which I had strapped to the back of my pack vertically after being rolled. The CCF pad, from all indications, looked to have absorb...

In GEAR » How do you keep your foam sleeping pad dry?
August 07, 3:47pm

Re: No dice
zing-it it is light and more than strong enough for a tarp, you may even be able to find another line that is lighter and strong enough. add in a couple Dutch hooks of your choice and you have a q...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL in a hammock... Lil' help?
August 02, 4:05pm

Re: Re: Re: Guyline for Tarp Ridgeline...
more or less yes. you could go with a ridgeline whoopie that you can easily adjust in the hammock so that with your body weight it is taught.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL in a hammock... Lil' help?
August 02, 2:38pm

Re: Guyline for Tarp Ridgeline...
the tree straps are not "tight" on the tree, so you will not have as taught a tarp line as you may desire. this is where Dutch's various clips come in handy.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » SUL in a hammock... Lil' help?
August 02, 2:32pm

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