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Re: Toe blisters
There's a lot of good information here: And this page (for runners) with step-by-step photos for taping just about any part of the foot:

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Toe blisters
March 22, 10:37pm

Re: clothing for a july CT - HELP!
Jen, Are you now posting and then immediately answering your own questions on BPL?!? First the midlayer question: for me, a midlayer just always seems like a good idea; for me, right now that...

In Gear Lists » clothing for a july CT - HELP!
March 22, 9:36am

Re: My delicious high calorie breakfast mix
Looks good, Piper. It's always good to see new ideas. A few Qs: How would you carry it? A freezer zip-lock? How many days would it last on the trail?

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » My delicious high calorie breakfast mix
March 21, 6:01pm

Re: Wet and cold
There is some good information in these articles, too:

In GEAR » Strategy for dealing with cold, freezing rain: WPB socks and midlayer question
March 21, 2:16pm

Re: light fleece
I also got a MB Chameece jacket to pair with a base layer & windshirt for day hikes. That's my solution for "active insulation"; there seem to be lots of recent threads on BPL abo...

In GEAR » Microfleece 100
March 20, 6:32pm

Re: MLD pack's volume reduction system
I have a Burn (dayhikes and overnights) and an Exodus (everything else) and have also never really used the volume reduction system. I think this is common for MLD users and seem to remember Ron po...

In GEAR » MLD pack's volume reduction system
March 11, 11:49pm

Re: Cascade spring dayhike
Fantastic views, Tom! Thanks for sharing the photos. This is just such a strange winter we're having. I did a Gorge loop this weekend up to 4'000 feet that should have been covered in snow,...

In Post-Trip Reports » Cascade spring dayhike
March 10, 10:20pm

Re: Gear for the JMT?
First, welcome to BPL! Please keep in mind that people here will look at your gear list with a very critical eye (and often a very critical voice). Giving advice on a posted gear list is one of ...

In Gear Lists » Gear for the JMT?
March 03, 10:06pm

Re: Re: Trauma & Pepper finish their winter-thru of the PCT
Their story made Here & Now on NPR:

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Trauma & Pepper finish their winter-thru of the PCT
March 03, 8:11pm

Re: Essence.
Virginia, I think (from the blog) that you are in Portland now. If you want to go local, Next Adventure has the men's Essence for $120.00; it would be worth a call to see if they have the wo...

In Gear Swap » WTB: Rain jacket
March 03, 1:24pm

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