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Re: Smooth peanut butter
Now I know what I've been doing wrong all these years, Stephen. I've been lubricating my guy lines with Marmite, or at a push, Vegemite. Not a single solitary animal visitor in the US, but ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Rodents attack tent!
July 10, 4:52pm

A Marmot Ate My Camelbak
Many years ago I arrived at camp in RMNP just as a big t-storm blew in. I had just enough time to set up my tent, cover my pack and get myself out of the rain. 90 minutes later I emerged to find ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Rodents attack tent!
July 09, 2:00pm

Re: Sub 1 kg carry-on bag (not backpacking)
Take a look at the Tom Bihn Western Flyer in 420d dyneema. It weighs in at 985g in the backpack strap configuration. I own the ballistic nylon version of this bag and have racked up entirely to...

In GEAR » Sub 1 kg carry-on bag (not backpacking)
July 07, 7:37pm

LCW loop
Randy - I finally found your TR, 10 days too late for my own trip, but validation of what I figured out myself - this is an area that warrants multiple return trips to discover new areas. Havi...

In Post-Trip Reports » Lost Creek WIlderness Loop with a full moon on Bison Peak
July 07, 12:13am

Race Ultra 290
Inov-8 just introduced the Race Ultra 290 this spring. Designed for the long distance runner, with an 8mm drop and generous insole, it's built up more than the TrailRoc line. I'm still PO&#...

In GEAR » Replacement for Inov-8 315
July 06, 4:08pm

Re: Tibetans’ altitude tolerance...
Hmmm, having a higher red blood cell count is not a good thing, according to that article. Living at 6000ft, I'll have to use that excuse with my wife whenever she asks why I'm having anot...

In On the Web » Tibetans’ altitude tolerance may have come from our extinct relatives
July 02, 9:58pm

Re: ...apologizing for his behavior...
The blog entry where Sean mentioned his battle with depression was just a little shy of two years ago, and I respected him for doing so at the time. However, ever since he's treated it as his g...

In GEAR » OookWorks - caution advised
July 02, 9:48pm

Re: Purchased "in stock" item...
Welcome to BPL, Heather. Sorry to hear another disappointing outcome with Sean. If you can afford to wait a few weeks, I would second Dave's recommendation. If you need something quickly, tak...

In GEAR » OookWorks - caution advised
July 02, 12:05pm

Re: FS: Hilleberg Unna and Bivanorak
Sorry to hear that, Rich. I know you wanted to keep the Unna in particular. Good luck with the sales, and more importantly, with your road to recovery. Rich is a great guy to do business with....

In Gear Swap » FS: Hilleberg Unna and Bivanorak
July 01, 3:53pm

Re: Re: FS: Hilleberg Kaitum 2 and Keron 4 GT
Bump for an awesome shelter. The Kaitum, with its twin vestibules and vertical doors at both the head and foot end, is quite possibly the most versatile tent I've ever owned. The 2P really is...

In Gear Swap » FS: Hilleberg Katium 2 and Keron 4 GT
June 22, 3:02pm

All Reader Reviews by Stuart .

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Mountain Laurel Designs
I had to cancel an order I placed a couple of weeks ago with Ron. He was very gracious, no argument on his end or attempt to persuade me not to cancel, and my refund came through within 24 hours. To...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
March 21, 7:52am