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chris Mcfarland (pecos) - BPL Guest

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diy walking axe
i just found this thread and wow! i cant wait for the next "installment". what is the total cost of this whole production going to top out at?

In Make Your Own Gear » DIY Walking Axe
November 25, 2:35am

bathing caps for stinky straps
hand washing is the only way to go. are the straps sil, because i thought that would make them sweat proof?

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Stinky Straps
November 18, 12:14am

ice axe and marble
who ever droped it didn't want to climb down and pick it up. its a brand new black diamond raven, i think. also,at the peak of "suprise mt", a single marble sitting on a rock, its now...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Great Finds
November 09, 12:20am

two cents worth of bivy opinion
If you really like the bivy method, you should give it a shot in nasty weather (back yard maybe) and see if you still like it. When it’s just me, bivys are so much simpler. I have and ID bag cov...

In GEAR » First Time Bivy User Needs Your Opinion!!!
November 08, 5:58pm

"Important Lesson's You've Learned the Hard Way"
No matter how good it tasted at home, three days of eating the same thing becomes impossible. Planning always pays off. If you haven’t planed for an impromptu weekend trip, you can’t go. :(...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Important Lesson's You've Learned the Hard Way
October 29, 3:26pm

little platys for all
thank you for puting this together. ive sent payment, but i just moved, slightly my new address is: 8017 NW 3rd ave seattle wa 98117 if there is any change in shipping just email me at call....

In Gear Swap » FS Platypus Little Nippers
October 15, 6:28pm

WPB Trail Shoes
I have a pair of eVent mountaineering BOOTS (Kay Land) that have kept me dry on rainy assents through brush and slush. I don’t think shoes are the right "chassis" for waterproof. Like...

In GEAR » WPB Trail Shoes: Do They Exist?
October 15, 5:59pm

chi running
This thread got me to thinking about my running form and why I gave up running. After a short while I get pain in my hip and hamstring from running of any kind so maybe I’m just running wrong? ...

In Philosophy & Technique » most efficient fast walking technique
September 30, 12:59pm

Lil' nippers
id like two with the firelite caps please... so long as there are any left.

In Gear Swap » FS Platypus Little Nippers
September 28, 6:15pm

also have the pro 3
Mine was 13.5, close enough for my dollar. I’ve had a good experience with it so far, but it is only a 1 inch pad. If its not fully inflated (and it takes a long time to self inflate) I do get ...

In GEAR » I've been had
September 13, 6:00pm

All Reader Reviews by chris Mcfarland

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evernew ultralight 1.3l ti pot
At 97g (3.3/8oz) for pot and 44g (1.5/8oz) lid, the ultralight 1.3l ti pot fits the bill for group backpacking. Using a wide flame spread alcohol stove is no problem with this pot because its 14.6cm ...

In Cookware - Titanium
July 22, 3:22pm