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Ken T. (kthompson) - BPL Lifetime Member

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Re: Seems ok,
Yea, front loader owner here. Very handy. Mine can do a quick wash in 20 min.

In Chaff » Supermid inner is in the washing machine
July 31, 7:58pm

My pack is now black. Was green. No noticeable difference. Fabric does not retain heat like flesh or metal. Black makes the best shade. Any who, enough drift.

In GEAR » Lightweight Expedition Pack
July 31, 8:52am

Re: Used Toilet Paper - Pack it out!
"Seeing paper above ground is not evidence that an animal has dug it up. The real culprit is lazy and/or ignorant people who don't even try to bury it properly." Ever notice that y...

In Philosophy & Technique » Used Toilet Paper - Pack it out!
July 31, 7:50am

Re: White Mt., CA
"While I've seen people make it up to the White Mtn Trail head in a Honda Civic" Been there, done that. No big deal. Took the 4WD road on the west slope that drops you off in Bish...

In Post-Trip Reports » White Mt., CA
July 31, 7:12am

Re: Supermid inner is in the washing machine
What did you get on it? Four hour wash?

In Chaff » Supermid inner is in the washing machine
July 31, 6:45am

Re: White Mt., CA
Bad weather aborted our trip there to the summit. The Bristlecone Forest was amazing. Six week growing season and wood so hard it erodes instead of rots up there. Need to get back. A little gem of ...

In Post-Trip Reports » White Mt., CA
July 30, 7:44am

no value?
1 vote for no value.

In Gear Deals » At least 70% off in REI Outlet
July 29, 10:31pm

Re: Little Red Wagon GEO: Craft Coffee for Backpackers (Review)
Too much packaging for 8oz of coffee. This is just like an extremely similar product from the late 90's, early 2k. It failed after a short while on the marketplace. The mesh screen would blow o...

In Editor's Roundtable » Little Red Wagon GEO: Craft Coffee for Backpackers (Review)
July 29, 8:04am

Re: Carbon monoxide death?
Sad indeed. Curious as to how it all played out. Guessing not a freezer bag meal, but actual cooking. How long would a stove need to be on anyway?

In GEAR » Carbon monoxide death?
July 29, 7:28am

Re: Re: Re: Peak Vents on Pyramids
Tell that to David at Oware Roger. Let's get his spin on this subject. From, you know, someone who sews them for a living.

In Make Your Own Gear » Peak Vents on Pyramids
July 29, 6:51am

All Reader Reviews by Ken T.

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ULA Equipment
Ordered this pack early on a Thurs. morning PST. Shipped from ULA that afternoon. Custom CDT with no hip belt or ice axe/pole retention or any other options other than the pad and hydration sleeve. U...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
September 29, 6:35pm

Lost Valley Hammocks Arkansas
Know your reviewer.

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
July 13, 7:45am

Hilleberg Unna
I too have just joined the ranks of Hilleberg carriers. I bought an Unna for myself and my sometime canine companion. Heavy compared to what a lot carry here sure. I slept like a rock in 60mph gusts ...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
May 12, 2:15pm

Osprey Hornet 46
Moved this here from the Lifer's only forum. Here is what I thought Review for Osprey Hornet 46. Tester info. Ken Thompson 43 years old Living/hiking in far northern CA. 6'3" 210...

In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 24, 6:52am Golf City Products Barebox
Overall I am happy with it. I do not like the over built and heavy locking mechanism on the lid. Something more akin to the Garcia Machine type would be more than adequate. Other than that it perform...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 08, 6:44am