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Reginald Donaldson (worth) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Wind River Range
About Me I am a wilderness canoeist with a preference for paddling Northern Ontario.
CityPlainfield
StateIN
My Website URLhttp://worthdonaldson.weebly.com/
My PDF Gear List2 Weeks in the Mountains

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Type II diabetes (non-insulin) menu?
For any of you who are Type II, I am in need of suggestions of how to plan meals. My trips consist of 10 - 12 days without support or drop offs. I typically packed dehydrated/freeze dried and a...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Type II diabetes (non-insulin) menu?
July 21, 7:08am

My Sunday Afternoon Adventure hat
I too have been wearing one for over 10 years. I keep telling myself I need to become a respectable canoeist and get a Tilley but I just can not part such sweet company with my dorky hat. On th...

In GEAR » Sunday afternoon adventure hat
March 28, 6:37pm

Fishing
I am not sure if fishing would have made a difference. Subsisting on too lean of meat can result in rabbit starvation!

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Into the Wild
March 18, 3:36pm

Powdered peanut butter
Just learned about it in the paper. Powdered peanut butter available from Bell Plantation called PB2. http://www.bellplantation.com/ It is an ultrafine powder made by roasting and pressing p...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Powdered peanut butter
February 10, 5:28pm

Treating giardia and cryptosporidia
Nitazoxamide is used to treat both giardia and cryptosporidia in immune compromised patients. Otherwise, it is loperamide and hydration. I suspect it may be difficult to find a pharmacy stocking...

In GEAR » Any med people that carry lightweight med kits?
January 22, 4:13pm

My kit
Patrick, good observation. This pharmacist had not given it much thought lately. Matter of fact, I had Trovan in my kit even after it had been pulled off the market. Doxycycline may be advanta...

In GEAR » Any med people that carry lightweight med kits?
January 21, 9:39pm

My kit
Although it might be light by this sites standards this is what I usually take for a 2 week wilderness canoe trip days from civilization: Ibuprofen 400 mg #24 Loperamide 2 mg #10 Levofloxacin 5...

In GEAR » Any med people that carry lightweight med kits?
January 20, 3:57pm

Another canonical clothing list request
I found the first posting educational and pose the same question related to water sports. It is my objective to apply the concepts of ultra-light backpacking into canoe paddling. Below is my list...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Another canonical clothing list request
December 25, 8:27am

Minature waterproof lighter
Stumbled across this in another forum. Rather interesting. http://cgi.ebay.com/The-BEST-Miniature-Lighter-In-The-World-Airtight-Flint_W0QQitemZ140189545473QQihZ004QQcategoryZ595QQssPageNameZWDV...

In GEAR » Minature waterproof lighter
December 19, 8:14pm

Dan Cooke
I got to agree with Dan. Two smaller tarps are the way to go and bring plenty of parachute cord. You can not go wrong with Dan Cooke's tarps and packs.

In GEAR » Boundary Waters shelters
November 28, 9:31pm

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