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All Forum Posts by Greg Vaillancourt

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I EAT VEAL JERKY
Makes the vegans and bunny huggers go ballistic. Elk jerky is my favorite.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Is jerky an appropriate ...
June 02, 3:20pm

HAH!
I laff at dain bramage! Hash washing things beat the Nalgenes to the punch.

In GEAR » Throw away your Nalgene waterbottle!
April 09, 11:36am

No backpacking this weekend
I'm going to rent a jacked up truck and run over little bunny wabbits in the desert. WOO-HOO!!! Maybe I'll pull an Ed Abbey and fire beer bottles out the window while I'm at it. The ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Affluenza: Fact-Heavy Book Carries a Lightweight Message
April 09, 10:08am

Ditto on the MH Canyon shirt
I have not modified mine because I like it's ability to give great sun protection (can't stand sun screen). This shirt has mesh in all the right places too.

In Fishing » Best Fishing/Hiking Shirt
April 06, 9:02pm

Jagshemesh
VERY NICE

In Editor's Roundtable » Groovy-Biotic Cooking: Quick, Healthy Meals with an Ultralight Cook Kit
April 05, 6:16pm

Ditto on Oware
Great service and products.

In GEAR » Large Tarp recommendations
April 05, 6:03pm

Re: I don't know...
"Ah. I'm on fire this morning." Where is that snare drum rimshot sound when you need it?

In GEAR » The Swiss Army Knife NOT to carry for BPL'ers
April 05, 6:01pm

wombats
"I have used lithium batteries in my Princeton Tec headlamps for a couple of years now without issue." Yep me too. Ditto on Rick's observations re: the EOS.

In GEAR » Petzl Myo XP disaster: a word to the wise
April 05, 5:35pm

That has to be a POS retail display item
I'd guess it is supposed to show all the tools offered.

In GEAR » The Swiss Army Knife NOT to carry for BPL'ers
April 05, 10:40am

Re: The philosophy of ultralight and Affluenza
"I am perplexed why someone would want to cancel a subscription (or threaten it) because of the contents of one article." Not because of one article. "But what about the BPL...

In Editor's Roundtable » Affluenza: Fact-Heavy Book Carries a Lightweight Message
April 05, 10:28am

All Reader Reviews by Greg Vaillancourt

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Arc'Teryx Gamma LT pants
These are the only softshell pants I've owned but I've been really happy with them. I've worn them in the mountains in July and snowshoeing in January and they work well everywhere.

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
February 25, 5:02pm

Mary Jane's Farm Sante Fe Pasta
I have the odd problem of losing my appetite when backpacking. I used to stare at my selection of freeze dried meals (Mountain House or BP Pantry) and home dehydrated selections and wonder what wo...

In Foods - Prepackaged Meals & Side Dishes
January 13, 6:04pm

MSR Titan Kettle
My herd of Ti pots has grown to 4. I have this MSR, two Snow Peaks and a Vargo. It is among the lightest Ti pots, is well finished, and has good capacity. It is quite a bit lighter than the Snow Pe...

In Cookware - Titanium
January 13, 5:40pm

Vargo Ti-Lite Titanium Mug
A well made mug/pot with a nice lid design and solid spot welding for the handles. The mug is sized exactly for slipping over a Nalgene bottle so it rides perfectly in your H2O bottle pocket. This ...

In Cookware - Titanium
January 13, 5:34pm

Patagonia Micro Puff Pullover
Patagonia seems to have cycles of great designs that alternate with periods of mediocrity. I have both the MP vest and pullover. I chose these over the impressive Montbell products due to their ext...

In Clothing - Insulating - Synthetic (Polarguard, Primaloft, etc.)
January 12, 6:40pm

Brunton Crux
Light, compact, obvious quality of build. I find I need to simmer most Freeze-Dried meals when I'm at or above 10,000 feet. The wide burner and excellent burner control do this better than the rath...

In Stoves - Canister
November 18, 9:24pm