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Lucas Boyer (jhawkwx) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale 38.97˚N, 95.26˚W
About Me Having been a backpacker off and on since the early 90's when a trip to Philmont infected me w/ the bug, I have transitioned over to a lighter kit. My first encounter with UL backpacking was some CDT thru-hikers I met in New Mexico. I went home and combed the web, found BPL, and the rest is history. Right now, I'm between jobs, working at a local running shop and have been doing a little freelance writing, hoping to find a voice for a writing career perhaps. Previously, I have obtained a meteorology degree and master's degree in secondary educ.
CityLawrence
StateKS
CountryUnited States
My Website URLhttp://www.hobohiker.wordpress.com
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All Forum Posts by Lucas Boyer

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re: ipad
The only thing it's good for is reading BPL at the airport or work, while wishing I was in the backcountry and not tethered to some electronic gadget. Wait....that's what I"m doing rig...

In GEAR » The iPad Thread
January 27, 1:06pm

welcome Jeremy
Welcome to the fray Jeremy. I'll warn you, making your own gear is habit forming. If you notice urges to deconstruct gear that you've picked up at the store or find yourself in the aisle po...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Tarptent Rainbow
January 26, 8:43am

re: humans & animals
Bruce, your experience is a familiar one. I have more apprehension towards human sounds than anything. If I hear leaves in the woods, I'm not even worried about animals. However, I'm listen...

In Editor's Roundtable » Seven Days on the Katy
January 19, 11:52am

Re: Bruce
At times I did Bruce. For me, the preferred means of camping is well away from the trail, both for avoiding people traffic and finding better sites not trampled down. Unfortunately, privately owned...

In Editor's Roundtable » Seven Days on the Katy
January 18, 12:52pm

re: Robert
Small little world we live in Robert. I was stationed at Whiteman for 3 years and never set foot on the Katy. I think we tend to put off those trips close to home and next thing you know we've ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Seven Days on the Katy
January 15, 11:50am

re: digression
You see the order created by the coffee bean? Civilization depends on the bean. You start messing with the means to acquire its juices and all hell breaks loose. I'm going to add drinking re...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG or BYOG...Cook Kits
January 15, 9:38am

re: cook kits
Nice comparisons Joseph. "Now this kit is great! It's light, flexible, and durable. However, to purchase this kit, costs well over 100US dollars." True, about the same as a Je...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG or BYOG...Cook Kits
January 14, 2:25pm

re:
I've been in the "planning to bike the Katy" camp for years now. I just never got my bike equipment up to the level I wanted to trek with. I was sitting around mulling over hikes in t...

In Editor's Roundtable » Seven Days on the Katy
January 14, 8:14am

re: Water, etc.
Thanks for all the kind words. I really learned a lot on this hike. We can talk ourselves blue on the forums, but getting out there is the best way to learn. Short hikes close to home really captur...

In Editor's Roundtable » Seven Days on the Katy
January 13, 12:46pm

terramar
New Campmor catalog has Terramar wool baselayers for $25. Anyone used these?

In GEAR » Merino Wool Base Layers at Cabela's
January 08, 8:23am

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