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Erik Danielsen (er1kksen) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale The Western Door
About Me Living and working between adventures. So far those have included the Andes, the Adirondacks, the nooks and crannies of WNY, and being a not-quite-UL wanderer all over the east coast.
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All Forum Posts by Erik Danielsen

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Thanks
Thanks for the pointers, much clearer than I've been able to piece together in my haphazard googling! I'll be sure to check out the Chautauqua itself in addition to the surrounding hikes as...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Dayhikes accessible from Denver?
June 05, 10:41am

Dayhikes accessible from Denver?
I'll be in Denver from the 11th to the 15th of June and would like to fit in a good dayhike or two. As I don't drive I'm interested in hikes accessible via public transportation. The RT...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Dayhikes accessible from Denver?
May 31, 9:00am

Too much macro talk
Lynn, I think you're right on about activity having more to do with how well a healthy body handles different ratios of carb/fat/protein. I got really into "mainstream" (if we can...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » My Paleo
July 06, 9:58am

No?
Pemmican does contain a useful amount of vitamin C in the raw muscle meat, and many pemmicans are made with the inclusion of berries. Between those and the raisins I don't see why they'd ne...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Polar Explorers Died of Starvation
July 06, 9:30am

Stock
For maintenence of lean mass even when doing little strenuous exercise, I would suggest learning how to make decent bone stock. Its regular consumption has long been recognized as aiding the body i...

In Philosophy & Technique » technique for max. muscle mass?
July 06, 7:00am

Gearlist
I think the number one piece of gear on my "bucket list" would have to be a decent sewing machine. I'd love to someday own a cuben flat tarp. I'd also love to have one of the ...

In GEAR » Gear bucket list
December 06, 7:26pm

Re: Bucket list for GEAR?
I think that for most (if not all of us), the experience/adventure absolutely trumps the gear in terms of importance. However, that doesn't stop the gear from being fun, both in the ways it ...

In GEAR » Gear bucket list
December 06, 7:19pm

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I'm a barista/cook.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What do you do for a living?
December 05, 3:21pm

Tom
Tom, I'd like to add something that may affect your thinking on wheat, in reference to this statement: "I will refer you back to my previous observations about civilizations being based...

In Philosophy & Technique » Ketogenic diet as a way to lighten pack?
December 05, 2:02pm

Re: re: moderation
Moderation is one of those things that is often sensible, but it's necessary to define what you're being moderate about. Moderate consumption of real foods is obviously the way to go; the t...

In Philosophy & Technique » Ketogenic diet as a way to lighten pack?
November 27, 3:33pm

All Reader Reviews by Erik Danielsen

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five ten camp four
I have owned and loved a pair of these and worn them until their current state of having gaping holes in the sides. Observations: great fit, decent support and cushioning (never any sore feet) and...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
October 10, 7:29am