$300 for the whole lot shown above and described below. Price includes shipping anywhere in the lower 48. Please send funds with Paypal but you don't need to use the "gift" option if you don't want to.
Montbell Ultra Light Super Stretch Down Hugger No. 3, left zip, regular length, rated to 30 degrees, 800 fill. Includes stuff sack and cotton storage sack. Original owner, well cared for.
Patagonia Micropuff, size M but fits closer to large. 11.5 ounces. Newer condition. Never compressed. Here I am in the orange Micropuff at the end of a solo trip from Sonora Pass to Tuolumne Meadows.
Golite Poncho Tarp. Sage green. Brand new, never taken out of packaging. 10.4 ounces.
Line Road Star Fire Remote Canister Stove. 5.5 ounces. This stove works great but may have fuel line issues if you use it with an inverted canister, see this thread for more information. http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=52723
Three Platypus bladders. One is brand new 1-liter in packaging, BPA free. One is brand new 2-liter. One is used 2-liter with hose.
Gossamer Gear G4 Backpack. Used but good condition.
Coleman Peak 1 Tent. Two-man, two-door, two-vestibule, double wall tent. 3 lbs 5 ozs. I used this tent for a cross country bike trip in 1999 and for backpacking in the early 2000's. It has a single pole design and when two people share it, due to the small size, it is amazingly warm. Quite a few of the cottage industry tarp makers now are selling their own versions of this great design.
Coleman Peak 1 without fly in 1999 during a cross-country bike trip.
Coleman Peak 1 with fly in the snow in Ansel Adams wilderness.