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Re: Getting ticketed for stealth camping
Interesting thread, to me the real argument here is the difference between laws and rules and justice and ethics. sometimes the laws and rules reflect ideas about justice and ethics sometime...

In Philosophy & Technique » Getting ticketed for stealth camping
May 16, 9:55am

Re: Financing the UL lifestyle
I think a lot comes down to changing expectations. I think many like me, read trip reports from those few people who are lucky that their profession gives them a lot of time off or they have real...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Financing the UL lifestyle
May 03, 8:51pm

FS: MLD Duomid w/ pyranet2 and Locust gear pole extenders.
I would like to sell this together if possible. MLD Duomid, yellow Pyranet2 Locus gear duo pole extenders SOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!

In Gear Swap » FS: MLD Duomid w/ pyranet2 and Locust gear pole extenders.
April 25, 4:30am

Re: Re: Reasonable Weight Target PPPPD for Low-Carb?
"you can get the calories that you seek without clogging up your arteries." Sorry, saturated fat does not "clog" arteries. That is caused by chronic inflammation from things ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Reasonable Weight Target PPPPD for Low-Carb?
April 21, 3:29am

Re: The PowerPot: Cooking Pot and Gnerator
I like it. Ya, maybe a little a heavy for hiking but awesome for camping and everything else. In those situations where you really want power while on a hiking trip it would be worth the weight. In...

In GEAR » The PowerPot: Cooking Pot and Gnerator
April 19, 8:14pm

Re: R2R2R
Im not much of a distance runner but I would have loved to do this. I am getting more into running and trips like this actually make it look fun.

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Grand Canyon- Double Crossing aka "Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim"- BPL Group Run
April 16, 11:16pm

Re: buyer beware
"I always do my own research. I never rely on the retail sales people for advice on consumer products. In fact I tend to avoid brick and morter stores altogether because I find many (not all) ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Interesting Shoe Buying Experience -- REI vs Sports Chalet
April 12, 10:46pm

Re: Old external frame packs. What do you do with them?
Hold on to them until they come back in fashion.

In GEAR » Old external frame packs. What do you do with them?
April 12, 8:38pm

Re: Re: Re: Chris
Saturated fat will help lower your Tryglicerides and that's all that really matters. But is more important to avoid foods that increase it. HDL, LDL naturally fluctuate and vary from person to ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » My Paleo
April 11, 12:42am

Re: Health care
fact is the mandate is not only unconstitutional ( and I don't care what the the fixed sumpreme court says ) it's a blatant gift to the health insurance companies and and a giant finger to...

In Chaff » Thoiught Provoking Post
April 11, 12:30am

All Reader Reviews by Brian UL

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Trail Designs Caldera Stove
After using both the Caldera cone and Ti-Tri stove for quite a while and watched as Trail designs keeps improving and addressing customers concerns Ive come to this conclusion... the Caldera cone and...

In Stoves - Alcohol
November 28, 4:07am

Trail Designs Ti-Tri Inferno
The Inferno stove is 4 separate pieces. An inverted ti cone, a ti floor, a grate support and a grate insert: infero stove

In Stoves - Other
September 18, 1:21pm

Mountain Laurel Designs Zip
This pack carries like, and has the same amount of features as packs 2 or more times its weight! I have to remind myself that the Zip only weighs a hair over 10 oz.(w/optional hipbelt). Its light eno...

In Backpacks - Frameless
August 29, 4:08pm

MLD Carbon Fiber Tarp Pole set 2007
I ordered these along with my MLD Zip pack (review on that in future). It only cost me 50.00 USD as I ordered them at the introductory price on the first month they were released. These are geat for p...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 11, 6:42am