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The GoLite pole is a good option
I have a GoLite SL5 which is pretty similar to the supermid in size. I wanted to save some weight with the pole and looked at the Seek Outside and Ruta Lorca options and stuck with GoLite. I do...

In GEAR » Center Shelter Pole
July 20, 2:14pm

don't underestimate snakes.
If they can get on a plane, Tyvek should be no problem.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Snakes, groundsheets and Tyvek
June 30, 11:26pm

evernew pot
yes, that is the evernew pot often recommended. I use and can recommend the very similar MSR Titan Kettle. It is pretty light. If you wanted a comparable, lighter option you could look at the Moun...

In GEAR » Not another pot thread
June 27, 4:44pm

Re: Re: super-lite pot handle replacement
Denis, I have a couple of questions for you. Did you drill into the side of the pot to install the handle? Also, your bail handles are a bit smaller than most I have seen. Have you had any proble...

In Multiple Use Gear » Some ideas about pot handles replacement?
June 26, 5:34pm

more thoughts
The footprint was the first thing that caught my eye. I haven't used one in many years and never had a problem with either of my silnylon tents in the Pacific Northwest. That is an easy one. ...

In Gear Lists » JMT first timer trying to get down to 15lb!
June 26, 3:39pm

pot choice
You probably already have your needs dialed in, but for me a 1.3 Liter pot lare enough for four people. Do you need such a bog pot?

In Gear Lists » JMT Section Gear List (9/19 - 9/26)
June 22, 3:23pm

Rainier
As a Washingtonian, I feel compelled to point out that Rainier is in Washington, not Oregon. ;) Lot's of shorter loop options including the popular Northern Loop Trail. Lots of elevation gai...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Where to take 20 year old daughter?
June 15, 12:16pm

Another Duo user
I also use the Lunar Duo and cannot stress enough how big it is inside. I will take it along with my two daughters (7 and 11 yo) and it fits the three of us comfortably if a bit cozy. The large pa...

In GEAR » Lightheart Gear duo vs Six Moon Design Lunar Duo
June 12, 11:54am

Brunton canister stove stand
I was going to make a winter canister stove with Roger Caffin's article, but went another direction. Selling the now discontinued Brunton stove stand - $25 shipped. paypal gift, please or a...

In Gear Swap » Brunton canister stove stand
June 09, 9:22am

pot for couple.
In my opinion, a 2quart pot is way, way too large for two people. For two, I typically take my .9 liter MSR Titan Kettle and find it more than ample. I would look for something in that range. Thes...

In GEAR » Pots for 2 people/couples
June 06, 2:34pm

All Reader Reviews by Terry G

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Inov8 Roclite 295
It took a long time to find a pair of trail runners that performed and fit well; I am happy to have found the Inov-8 Roclite 295s. This is my first pair of trail runners and the transition from tradit...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
September 26, 11:23am