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About Me I was backpacking ultralight before Ray ever published!

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Re: Re: photos
The solution is to use a calibrator on each monitor, especially the one where photo editing is performed. I use a Spyder, but there are others. --B.G.--

In Post-Trip Reports » North Lake Loop via Piute Pass and Lamarck Col
August 11, 1:57pm

Re: What is the best way to have Map handy"
"Saturday morning the 17th" Uhhh, which month is that? The 17th of August is a Sunday. --B.G.--

In GEAR » What is the best way to have Map handy
August 10, 11:40pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Yes
As long as you are stuck with normal consumer-type GPS receivers, you are sort of stuck with the normal file formats that they generate. As soon as you move up in the market, there are some special...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » John Muir Trail Record Attempt 22-July
August 10, 9:38pm

Re: Family visits on JMT?
Devils Postpile is accessible by car, and there are many lodging options from there out to Mammoth Lakes. VVR is accessible by car, but VVR is several miles away from the main trail. --B.G.--

In Pre-Trip Planning » Family visits on JMT?
August 10, 8:29pm

Re: If small, cargo pocket of pants; if big such as my TH JMT map, side pocket along with water bottle.
"Keith, I am starting my JMT at July 18th SOBO, same day as you." Do you have a time machine? --B.G.--

In GEAR » What is the best way to have Map handy
August 10, 8:26pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Yes
" Bob, you said "About the only way to really take advantage of that would be to have a shortcut from the real trail, and it is easy to block GPS reception during the shortcut. The proble...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » John Muir Trail Record Attempt 22-July
August 10, 8:25pm

Re: Re: Yes
"I'm not too sure what a GPS file looks like. But a GPS clearly isn't broadcasting a signal live, it's a stored data file, right? If it's just a data file in a special format t...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » John Muir Trail Record Attempt 22-July
August 10, 5:50pm

Re: Re: Above tree-line dog friendly in Sierra?
"Also quite a bit of dog friendly stuff above treeline in the Golden Trout Wilderness." Yes, when I was there in June, there were lots of horse riders, and it seemed like each human ha...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Above tree-line dog friendly in Sierra?
August 10, 3:40pm

Re: Re: Re: What is the best way to have Map handy
"in the cargo pants pockets" Yup. --B.G.--

In GEAR » What is the best way to have Map handy
August 09, 12:19pm

Re: Attaching umbrella to a pack
You guys are going at this all wrong. You want to attach the umbrella to your head. Use a Brockabrella. Google it. The St. Louis baseball player Lou Brock had his name on it. --B.G.--

In GEAR » Attaching umbrella to a pack
August 09, 12:52am

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