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Steven Hanlon (asciibaron) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Mid Atlantic
About Me 2012 trips:

Jan - Northfork Mtn overnighter - 10 miles
Feb - AT Rt40 - Raven Rock overnighter - 28 miles
Mar - AT Rt40 - Raven Rock overnighter - 28 miles
Apr - Dolly Sods - weekender - 25 miles
Jun - Dolly Sods - weekender - 26 miles
Jul - Dolly Sods trail work weekend - 12 miles
Jul - Dolly Sods - weekender - 18
Aug - AT in PA with a friend - 16 miles
Sept - AT Rt40 - Raven Rock overnighter - 28 miles

2013 trips:

Aug - Dolly Sods - weekender with friend - 12 miles
CityPhiladelphia
StatePA
My Website URLhttp://asciibaron.dyndns.org

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All Forum Posts by Steven Hanlon

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Engineer
I didn't know he was an engineer, but I had my suspicions :)

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Beyond Backpacking
March 25, 9:00pm

Huh
Be careful you don't fall off the edge of the Earth whilst backpacking. So what if I think the Earth is flat if everything else I tell you is "correct"...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Beyond Backpacking
March 25, 8:55pm

bags o'plenty
i have a dozen bags that won't hold that for which they came with. Marmot, REI, MH, and even Kelty. i do have some silnylon bags that i can use, but should i have to?

In GEAR » Mountain Hardware Phantom
March 25, 7:10pm

Beyond Backpacking
i was able to jump on a listing in the GSF for Ray Jardine's "Beyond Backpacking" book and have been enjoying the read for the most part. i stumbled over what i think are some segmen...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Beyond Backpacking
March 25, 6:50pm

Re: Re: Mountain Hardwear Phantom
it's the correct stuff sack, Phantom 32 is screen printed on it :)

In GEAR » Mountain Hardware Phantom
March 25, 6:36pm

Mountain Hardwear Phantom
i picked up a MH Phantom this weekend and have noticed that it's next to impossible to get it into the included stuff sack. since it's down, i would prefer to have an added layer of water ...

In GEAR » Mountain Hardware Phantom
March 25, 6:25pm

two piece pencil case
i use a two piece pencil case.. holds glasses or 3 cigars :)

In GEAR » lightweight eyeglasses case?
March 25, 6:18pm

Re: Re
"Lighter but not better: thermarest ridgerest pad. I tried to use one of these instead of my neoair and felt like I was sleeping on bare ground. I'm a side sleeper so the extra padding mak...

In Philosophy & Technique » Lighter and (in my opinion) better
March 25, 6:12pm

spoons and such
i picked the STS long handled spoon because of it's light weight and even lighter price. the long handle is a must for freeze dried meals. my favorite weight savings piece of gear is my kno...

In Philosophy & Technique » Lighter and (in my opinion) better
March 25, 1:46pm

Spirit?
I thought spirit involved the Jesus :)

In Chaff » The unwavering Human Spirit
March 23, 5:53pm

All Reader Reviews by Steven Hanlon

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Marmot Precip Jacket Mens
i picked up my Marmot Precip in 2005 from REI for $42.83 - i figured i couldn't go wrong at that price. if it didn't work well for backpacking, i could wear it as a casual jacket. it has b...

In Clothing - Raingear
November 11, 8:13am

McHale 0-Sarc UL
I have the SARC Chasm version and would recommend this pack to anyone who has suffered with ill fitting mass produced packs. It's a tad on the heavy side, but for me, that's not a problem sin...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
April 27, 5:34pm