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Dale Wambaugh (dwambaugh) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Pacific Northwest
About Me Native Seattlite, hiking and biking in the woods since I was a kid. Returned to backpacking a couple years ago and discovered the pleasures ultralight hiking-- it appeals to my gadgeteering nature and my aging body parts :)
CitySeattle
StateWashington
CountryUSA
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Re: Re: 500 ml baby nalgene as mug?
I use a Sigg bottle daily for water. It has a sports bottle nipple, but it is activated by turning the top. The particular one I have has a domed top that snaps over that to keep it clean. The ...

In GEAR » 500 ml baby nalgene as mug?
March 01, 4:27pm

Re: Tiny Day Pack
" have a small Kiva pack that has all of the features that I want and a few that I don't. The size at 1100 CI is just perfect, but it has web straps that become uncomfortable with even a light load...

In GEAR » Tiny day pack
March 01, 2:15pm

Re: Re: Re: dissection a mini-bic
Pan wrote: "Much easier to take a safety pin, place it on the side of the Bic" Pure genius, Pan! The major components of modern civilization are duct tape, paper clips--- and the safety pin. I g...

In GEAR » dissection a mini-bic
March 01, 1:48pm

Re: LuxuryLite Extreme-Lite Cot (16 oz... 11 oz packed)
Interesting concept. The real trick would be to incorporate the cot into a one-person shelter. With all that nice connected framework, all you would need to do is add a couple carbon fiber hoops an...

In GEAR » LuxuryLite Extreme-Lite Cot (16 oz... 11 oz packed)
March 01, 1:43pm

Re: dissection a mini-bic
One goes in my cook kit boiler pot and another goes in my survial ditty bag that always goes with me if I leave camp, or is carried apart from my pack (binered to my belt) on a ford. I have a light...

In GEAR » dissection a mini-bic
February 28, 12:34am

Re: Re: camp shoes
Payless had the Airwalk-Croc-Knock-Offs for just $15. I'd vote for any of the foam clogs. There must be a half-dozen now-- Crocs, Holey Soles, Airwalk, ect. I have the Crocs Caymans which are st...

In GEAR » Camp Shoes
February 26, 9:58pm

Re: Re: Light Fixed Blade? Any knife knuts here?
For a folder, the CRKT Wrangler http://www.crkt.com/wrangler.html is 1.60z/45g and it works. MSRP is $19.99, but you can find them on Ebay for a lot less.

In GEAR » Light Fixed Blade? Any knife knuts here?
February 23, 9:23pm

Re: Light Fixed Blade? Any knife knuts here?
I was in a commercial fishing supply ( http://www.seamar.com ) and they always have a bunch of knives for cutting bait and cleaning fish. There are some of the toughest, lightest and cheapest knive...

In GEAR » Light Fixed Blade? Any knife knuts here?
February 23, 9:13pm

Re: Light Fixed Blade? Any knife knuts here?
I was in a commercial fishing supply ( http://www.seamar.com ) and they always have a bunch of knives for cutting bait and cleaning fish. There are some of the toughest, lightest and cheapest knive...

In GEAR » Light Fixed Blade? Any knife knuts here?
February 23, 8:56pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: original ultralighter
Ryan Faulkner (ryanf) who wants to carry the weight of a caribiner :-) [cough, sputter] An Ursalite Micro of course :) http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/ursalite_mic...

In GEAR » Original Ultralighter
February 23, 6:06pm

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