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david richardson (drichi) - BPL Premium Member

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About Me started backpacking in scouts in 1968, still at it today, currently high adventure coordinator for scout troop.
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cozy's
thanks for the picture. Will they set up with a turkey bag and food in them or did you have to lean them against a rock, log or something? dave

In Philmont » Philmont Trek Experience
August 21, 11:34am

cozy's
I would be interested in a description or possibly a picture if you can of the cozy's that you used to hold turkey bags. We have used another pot to hold them in the past with a cozy on the pot...

In Philmont » Philmont Trek Experience
August 20, 1:41pm

copper spur 3
My copper spur 3 has 4 upper tie outs and 2 lower tie outs. Looks like the realized that the bigger tent needed them on both ends. dave

In GEAR » BA Copper Spur UL2 design flaws--am I wrong?
August 02, 10:37am

area of trail
Dustin, What area of the trail did you hike, I like the looks of the area. dave

In Photo Gallery » Ouachita Trail - Arkansas
February 28, 8:07am

Re: Re: Ultralightweight tarp desired, tent required
They won't let you tie anything to trees. A one person tent is acceptable if an odd number of adults. dave

In GEAR » Ultralightweight tarp desired, tent required
May 20, 6:25pm

Re: Re: Philmont gear
I think that there is a lot of information here. http://www.lns.cornell.edu/~seb/philmont.html

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Philmont Summer 2006 -
April 11, 5:28pm

underwear
I like the ex-offico underwear that rei sells. dave

In GEAR » UNDERWEAR (Boxers/Briefs)
October 27, 3:04pm

All Reader Reviews by david richardson

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Jetboil Sol Ti
I have found this stove to perform up to all of my expectations and then some. Boil times are so fast that the savings in fuel compared to any of my other canister stoves is considerable. I have remov...

In Backpacks - Frameless
January 12, 2:56pm