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Andy Duncan (bluewater) - BPL Premium Member

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CityLaguna Beach
StateCA
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://seatosummitultralight.blogspot.com/
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All Forum Posts by Andy Duncan

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Re: old silly ranger on the Sierra High Route 2012
Thanks for your comments Manfred, Bill & Just Me. Bill, that old silly ranger gave me something to think about on the 5,000+ ft. of switchbacks that afternoon:) The thing that bothered ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Sierra High Route 2012
May 29, 6:53pm

Re: Sierra High Route 2012
Thanks Tom. Next summer can't come soon enough!

In Post-Trip Reports » Sierra High Route 2012
May 27, 12:10pm

Crash Site
Bob, the debris is located on the north side at the bottom of the cirque where the snow field usually covers the bottom and some of the north facing wall. I called it the northwest side before but ...

In Post-Trip Reports » Sierra High Route 2012
May 18, 1:48pm

Re: SHR
Thank you Bob & Andrew. You guys are some Sierra veterans and I really appreciate it. Bob, I found the crash debris at the bottom of the cirque on the northwest side. Most of it was very we...

In Post-Trip Reports » Sierra High Route 2012
May 17, 6:23pm

SHR TR
Thanks Tom. Beautiful country! I can't wait to get back.

In Post-Trip Reports » Sierra High Route 2012
May 17, 5:22pm

Sierra High Route 2012
Last summer my hiking buddy Dan (aka Bogey ) and I hiked the first section of the Sierra High Route. By chance Dan and I met on BPL last year while we were planning our trips. It turns out both of...

In Post-Trip Reports » Sierra High Route 2012
May 17, 4:36pm

New dimensions?
That looks good. I've been trying to lower the weight and size of my bear can for years. The smallest custom Bearikade available is 8" tall x 9" diameter. I tried to custom order a sm...

In Make Your Own Gear » Bearvault size reduction
May 11, 3:34pm

Tehipite Valley
Many thanks Andrew for posting photos from your Tehipite Valley trip. I have been wanting to head out there for a while but this is the closest I've gotten: Tehipite Dome from Windy Ridg...

In Post-Trip Reports » Tehipite Valley
April 30, 4:00pm

Quilt material
I've made quilts using M50 (thru hiker) for the liner & shell, 7d (tigoat) for the liner & shell, Pertex Quantum (Zpacks) for the shell and 7d for the liner, the old orange M50 for the ...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Advice
April 23, 2:32pm

Type Three Fun
Tom, I had to look up type 3 fun and it sounds just right. Always more than enough to keep going back for more:)

In Post-Trip Reports » Glacier Divide Loop ~ Piute Pass, Alpine Col, Lamarck Col
April 07, 10:05pm

All Reader Reviews by Andy Duncan

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Titanium Goat AGP AGP
I used these poles on the JMT last summer and had no problems. They are extremely light and the grips and very comfortable. The locking system is smooth and flawless. I have used them in snow and mile...

In Trekking Poles
July 06, 11:20pm

Thermarest Neo-Air
After using the large (19oz) for the extra 5" in width and the regular (14 oz) to save a little weight I finally just settled on the small (9 oz). It's lightweight and perfect as an extended ...

In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
October 01, 2:24am

zpacks Company
I ordered a Hexamid Tent on Sept. 1st and received it on the extact day Joe said it would mailed out. When I added some accessories to the order at the last minute he sent them without charging for th...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
October 01, 2:01am