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All Forum Posts by Michael Landman

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Re: At the end of the day
build a fire 18 year old Jamison hot meal watch sunset/moon rise/stars coming out 18 year old Jamison crawl into the sack sex

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What Is Your Favorite Thing To Do In Camp At The End Of The Day
February 05, 11:14am

Re: Re: XUL First Aid Kit
"I ended up taping a feminine napkin (maxipad) to his foot" That is something even I do NOT have in my kit. LOL

In Gear Lists » XUL First Aid Kit
February 05, 6:55am

Re: "XUL First Aid Kit"
"how do you use Leukotape P Sports Tape (since it is not sterile) on a serious wound?" That is something I see missing from lots of kits...sterile gauze. If you carry an Alcohol stove,...

In Gear Lists » XUL First Aid Kit
February 05, 6:54am

Re: Shelter
"You could go with a large tarp (your height + 3 feet square) a la Ray Jardine and not use a bivy. That size of tarp would allow you to be protected from spray, and you could pitch the tarp ed...

In Gear Lists » My shoulder season kit...
February 05, 6:38am

Re: Re: My shoulder season kit...
"20 ounces for your rain gear is a place where you could lighten up a little. How about a Driducks jacket instead of the Precip?" I do mostly desert hiking, and a good bit of off trail...

In Gear Lists » My shoulder season kit...
February 05, 6:36am

My shoulder season kit...
Here is my basic shoulder season kit. There are a few caveats: I have injured my back, several times, once seriously. I need all weight carried by my hips. I do not have my shoulder straps touch...

In Gear Lists » My shoulder season kit...
February 04, 9:06pm

Re: Re: XUL First Aid Kit
"This is a topic of interest to me...I have a 1 ounce kit, but have never used more then a bandaid, advil, and some moleskin...do I really need more?" Not till you get hurt, you don...

In Gear Lists » XUL First Aid Kit
February 04, 7:00pm

re: 28oz down or 15 oz down
? "One big advantage of the quilt that I was envious of was the vastly increased drying time over a down bag." ? Is this a typo? What do/did you mean?

In Multiple Use Gear » 28oz down or 15 oz down + Cocoon parka and pants
February 04, 7:41am

Re: Hike 3/6-8
I do not know much about your area, but I AM impressed with your rock climbing dog.

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Hike 3/6-8
February 03, 11:53am

Re: Beta on the Smokies in March
These folks have some good hiking resources: http://www.carolinamtnclub.com/

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Beta on the Smokies in March
February 03, 11:51am

All Reader Reviews by Michael Landman

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AlpinLite Bug Tent
I think this is the correct category... The tent is a No-See-Um mesh tent over a SylNyl bathtub floor. It has a solid foot wall and a single zippered door. The specs are as follows: Materials: 1 ...

In Shelters - Bivy Sacks
May 22, 8:40am

Thermarest Neo-Air
I got back from 7 days in the Grand Canyon three weeks ago. I had a regular sized NeoAir under my Montbel UL SS #3 down bag inside a Alpinlite Bug bivy and a GG Spinshelter 2. Cottonwood ...</td>          
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In Sleeping Pads - Inflatable
May 11, 5:49pm

REI REI Peak UL Compact Hiking Poles
I got these to replace my heaver AL. poles. I have done 2 five day Grand Canyon hikes and am quite satisfied. I use them heavily for support on the descents and as a boost on the ascents. Stepping dow...

In Trekking Poles
January 27, 10:51am