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peter vacco ( - BPL Guest

My Locale no. california
About Me i walk quite a bit, and probably carry too much. up to a point though, i sort of Like carrying too much.

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Re: Rail Riders weight discrepancy
i have rr winter weather pants that weigh different for different pairs of them. one can look close at the material, and on some of them, it is quite close to the same thing as on the normal weathe...

In GEAR » Rail Riders weight discrepancy
April 15, 6:49pm

Re: Advice on adding wristbands to rain mitts?
some athletic shoelaces are tubular, and have pretty much the right softness you might be look'n for. you can find WAYYYY more than you ever wanted to know about shoelaces at http://www.shoe...

In Make Your Own Gear » Advice on adding wristbands to rain mitts?
April 14, 7:40pm

Re: 3/32" Shock-Cord perhaps?
and after i looked this up some more ... i found that the Very Good people at OWCinc fabrics show quite a few things that might work. if you go to OWF > hardware > notions ... you will see &...

In Make Your Own Gear » Name of an Elastic Type Cuff or Waistband Material
April 14, 7:33pm

Re: Name of an Elastic Type Cuff or Waistband Material
at Joann's they sell 2 types of very small diameter elastic (is round). the elastic "beading" seems boing'ier than the plain elastic. i have a functionally unlimited amount of .0...

In Make Your Own Gear » Name of an Elastic Type Cuff or Waistband Material
April 13, 6:47pm

Re: Re: Paradox Pack or Mchale?
" Sorry if I seem a little defensive but your post seemed a little condescending to me. I apologize if I took it the wrong way. " no offense taken. (you took it the wrong way.) to be ...

In GEAR » Paradox Pack or Mchale?
April 08, 8:02pm

Re: Paradox Pack or Mchale?
Denali's rather a large mountain to be beta testing gear on, it's killed plenty enough people to be considered serious play, and it costs a cubic Load of money to get there. given ; the ...

In GEAR » Paradox Pack or Mchale?
April 07, 9:32pm

Re: Sewing Machines
it seems those who post to this thread seem to have well ordered homes (and minds) . as well as a flair for bad puns. here's the units providence has gifted peter with. my dead mom's Si...

In Make Your Own Gear » Show Us Your MYOG Sewing Machines
April 07, 1:05am

Re: Re: Titanium kettle/pot I can suspend above a fire?
" You can drill the Ti walls with a standard (sharp, maybe new) 1/16" twist drill and a drill press. Support the side you are drilling properly (!), run the drill not too fast, and be agg...

In GEAR » Titanium kettle/pot I can suspend above a fire?
April 06, 7:07pm

pernythrin hits new low
however it's supposed to be spelled .... the stuff is now at amazon for dead cheaper than it was before

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » New tick bites.
April 05, 12:15pm

Re: windows xp replacement
ChromeBook. one tool. one purchase. one solution. and you Never have to put up with the criminal organization microsoft again. of course, it might be said that one is substituting one crimina...

In On the Web » windows xp replacement ?
April 04, 6:44am

All Reader Reviews by peter vacco

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Hilleberg Akto
all that you will read about how wonderful akto is seems to be true. also true is that for it to be habitable in all but the chillyest weather, it Desperately Needs a window in the door. the unna is i...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
August 17, 10:15pm