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My Locale Puget Sound
About Me "Soli Deo Gloria"
CityCircumnavigable
StateWA
CountryUSA
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Re: WM Flash Pants
Thanks for posting that reminder on your pants Ben!

In Gear Deals » WM Flash Pants
January 07, 11:34pm

Re: The Thankful Thread
I am thankful for this thread. and lots of other things too. such as: - my sweety wife - my sweety weee ones - the apostle Paul - our neighbors cat that comes to visit - house - c...

In Chaff » The Thankful Thread
January 07, 11:31pm

Re: Re: Re: Intellectual property
The cloners calling their projects "Caldera Cones" says it all. By the way, the new website looks great, Rand!

In Make Your Own Gear » My Caldera Clone
January 06, 4:31pm

Re: Re: Re: no traction device
Welcome to BPL, Jane! I concur with you to some degree, acknowledging that it can be challenging to judge when to use them or not (hence this thread, perhaps). Several people have climbed Mt. R...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Minimal shoes and crampons? An idea...
January 06, 4:18pm

Re: 2011 Backpacking Light Reader Picks
1) A tie between: Zpacks Micro-Fleece Hat, Black Rock Down Beanie 2) Jetboil Sol Ti (Modded slightly with cut down and handle-trimmed original Jetboil sleeve - added 0.15 oz., used original Jetb...

In GEAR » 2011 Backpacking Light Reader Picks
December 28, 6:23pm

Re: Down Hoody Recommendations
For Summer climbing on Rainier, I would recommend the following: Feathered Friends Daybreak Hooded Jacket In combo with a lightweight windbreaker + lightweight fleece, it would be highly vers...

In Mountaineering & Alpinism » Down Hoody Recommendations
December 24, 4:53pm

Re: Bear Bagging and SUL
I was using the 1.25mm z-line with the Dacron sheath and found it to be not quite strong enough for bagging. Has anyone had any durability issues with the 1.4mm?

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » Bear Bagging and SUL
December 21, 4:18pm

Re: Additional 30% off REI products - sale and clearance included, free shipping on any item
http://www.rei.com/product/762920/rei-ridgeline-hipbelt-08-womens A hip belt for <$4 to butcher for parts for that MYOG pack?

In Gear Deals » Additional 30% off REI products - sale and clearance included, free shipping on any item
December 20, 2:50pm

Re: what's your favorite winter pant?
Cheap 100% Polyester pants from the thrift store. I favor them over other soft-shells for snow use, as long as you can get a well-fitting pair. I have one pair that is still going strong afte...

In GEAR » what's your favorite winter pant?
December 19, 6:43pm

Re: 30~35F superlight sleeping bag options
+1 on Highlite (I even have an extra one if interested in a slightly used bag - PM me)

In GEAR » 30~35F superlight sleeping bag options
December 19, 5:38pm

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Cloudveil Company
I had well used and more or less thrashed a jacket that was an early model lightweight 3-layer stretch shell over a period of about 8 years when it "gave up the ghost." Specifically, it beg...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 29, 10:18pm

zpacks Company
I really appreciate the attention to detail in both product and customer service that Joe set's forth. I also really respect his commitment to the reason his gear is created, even to the point of...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 29, 10:12pm

Casio Exilim EX-V8 (awesome video quality!)
The Casio EX-V8 has proved to be the perfect blend of light weight, video quality, sound quality, photo quality, + features that I need for trail & climbing use, as well as everyday moments w/ kid...

In Photography - Hiking & Backpacking Cameras
April 19, 11:35pm

Terra Nova Laser
2009 version adds a rear door and 2-way zippers on both sides. It looses the second main zipper and ability to open up the porch all the way and claims to loose a few ounces of weight...but this ende...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
April 19, 10:37pm

Patagonia Spraymaster
This Jacket is a great idea, but unfortunately did not perform as well as I'd hoped. It comes in at 11.7 oz. in a size M, which is heavier than specified from Patagonia. Pros: - fabric...

In Clothing - Raingear
April 10, 10:37pm

Trader Joes Indian Fare
It is as close as you can get to a good restaurant experience in the wilderness - all the work is done for you and the food tastes fresh. Jaipur Vegetables & eggplant are especially yummy; some o...

In Foods - Prepackaged Meals & Side Dishes
March 21, 12:07pm