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Pamela Wyant (RiverRunner) - BPL Professional Member

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All Forum Posts by Pamela Wyant

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RE: Cumulus Quantum Models - Pretty Impressive On Paper
The WM Ultralite has continuous fill baffles, which is probably why many find it 'conservative', because the down can be shifted to the top for colder conditions. It also gives it a bit mo...

In GEAR » Cumulus Quantum Models - Pretty Impressive On Paper
January 31, 10:03pm

RE: 42% off everything at IceBreaker.com, 24 hours only
I got several pieces. I thought the shipping was relatively reasonable, on par with about everywhere else. $11 and change on a $127 order.

In Gear Deals » 42% off everything at IceBreaker.com, 24 hours only
January 30, 3:26pm

RE: Sleeping bag construction
I ordered my WM Ultralite with 2 oz overfill, which probably adds 5 degrees or so. It made for a nicely filled bag, but I'm not sure how much difference 2 oz really makes distributed over the ...

In GEAR » sleeping bag construction
January 25, 4:20pm

Re: Re: "Lightweight Testimony: Lighter, Farther, Faster"
"also, if it's only 1 oz, perhaps that really doesn't matter much" EEK! Heresy! You do know you are on BPL, the home of the biggest gram weenies on earth don't you? ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Testimony: Lighter, Farther, Faster
January 25, 3:16pm

Re: Re: How many stuff sacks just right for 3 season? Best material, make
Forgot to mention some of the stuff sacks become multi-use. The clothing one becomes my pillow, the food one is used to bear bag the food, and the small one holding the bear bag rope is used to ho...

In GEAR » How many stuff sacks just right for 3 season? Best material, make
January 24, 3:21pm

Re: How many stuff sacks just right for 3 season? Best material, make
I use six I guess - I use a Sea To Summit dry bag lined with an oven bag for my sleeping bag or quilt. Another Sea to Summit dry bag sometimes lined with an oven bag (if lots of rain or stre...

In GEAR » How many stuff sacks just right for 3 season? Best material, make
January 24, 3:14pm

re: Titanium Whistle
Can't wait to get my pair of Titanium Whistles. I'm wiring the funds from the bank account I set up from the money I won from the British Lottery that randomly selected me from my e-mail a...

In Gear Deals » Titanium Whistle - tiny, loud, no reed to loose
January 22, 8:48pm

RE: Rock Sack
I use a small oblong stuff sack that holds the cord. It's large enough that if I can't find a rock I can stick a couple of energy bars in it for weight. For some reason I've often fou...

In GEAR » Rock Sack
January 19, 9:47pm

Re: flame resistant cloth for low impact cook fires
If you can get an expired fire blanket from the U.S. Forest Service they can be cut in pieces and used. They have to be replaced after a certain age, but they are hard to come by.

In GEAR » flame resistant cloth for low impact cook fires?
January 17, 9:29pm

RE: Esbit clean-up
I cut Clorox clean-up wipes into four pieces and tuck them into a tiny zip-lock bag, then use one piece to first clean my spoon and then the bottom of my beer can pot, then toss the used wipe in wi...

In GEAR » Esbit clean-up
January 13, 11:43am

All Reader Reviews by Pamela Wyant

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Photon Freedom Micro (White)
Santa brought me one of these for Christmas, and it has quickly become my favorite light. For it's weight it's amazingly bright. I used it to night hike a half mile or so last weekend. Th...

In Lights - Flashlights & Headlamps
February 05, 1:35am