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  • Storminnorman's Avatar
    Today, 07:25
    Storminnorman replied to a thread Down bag in Sleeping Gear
    How do you adjust the down in the FF bags? Doesnít that leave cold spots and how does the down not move around if you move around in your sleep?
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  • Leo L.'s Avatar
    Today, 03:59
    Leo L. replied to a thread Glasses in General Gear Talk
    I'm using my regular glasses, which are Titanium wire frames w/o hinges, and plastic optics....
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  • Whiskyjo's Avatar
    Today, 01:29
    Whiskyjo replied to a thread Fire making skills in General
    I use in my pear can wood cook stove a half of a relighting birthday candle to get it started even in the worst winds. Have used them to start a fire...
    19 replies | 697 view(s)
  • cliffordbarnabus's Avatar
    Today, 00:09
    you don't have to sleep or read or have electronic stimuli or "something to do." you can meditate. you can think. maybe you can try to remember...
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  • fastfoxengineering's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:56
    fastfoxengineering replied to a thread Down bag in Sleeping Gear
    I hate to throw another one into the mix but Montbell also gets rave reviews. Western Mountaineering is a timeless classic though. Feathered...
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  • Mountain Mike's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:54
    Mountain Mike replied to a thread Down bag in Sleeping Gear
    I put about 2800 miles on my FF bag( Rock Wren) before it got stolen. Loved the open baffels to move the down around depending on temps. Hard to go...
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  • Crossbar's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:43
    Crossbar replied to a thread Down bag in Sleeping Gear
    I’ve been packing a FF for 10 years now with no complaints. It’s an open baffle type so there’s a little learning curve on adjusting the down. No xp...
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  • Storminnorman's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:20
    Storminnorman started a thread Down bag in Sleeping Gear
    Looking at possibly purchasing a new sleeping bag. I think I have narrowed it down to one of these three. They all look good but Iím not sure. The...
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  • GoldenBear's Avatar
    Yesterday, 23:09
    "Sightings" of cougars does NOT equal a breeding colony. Male cougars, looking for love in all the wrong places, have wandered all the way from...
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  • ZombieDust66's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:58
    That would be a world record Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  • fastfoxengineering's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:31
    I still walk just as long. I just carry a heavier headlamp if lots of night hiking is in the ballgame. I dislike night hiking with a wimpy torch....
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
  • jgillam's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:23
    I had one briefly before returning it. This is a fantastic tent it was just smaller and heavier than my Duplex. Very well designed and comfy.
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  • JNI64's Avatar
    Yesterday, 22:00
    JNI64 replied to a thread Fire making skills in General
    And hell as far that goes if you're willing to carry fire logs in what about a 1lb. Propane tank and torch like us plumbers use. Hey don't laugh it...
    19 replies | 697 view(s)
  • JNI64's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:28
    JNI64 replied to a thread Fire making skills in General
    Ah yeah dolly sods highest platue this side of the Mississippi at 4,000 ft plus. Great diversity then you walk into pine forest and ferns 6ft tall....
    19 replies | 697 view(s)
  • JNI64's Avatar
    Yesterday, 21:16
    JNI64 replied to a thread Fire making skills in General
    Then he drank it !!
    19 replies | 697 view(s)
  • Dogwood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:47
    Dogwood replied to a thread Fire making skills in General
    I saw Bear Gryllis start a fire by focusing sunlight through pee in a Ziploc. Never saw that before.
    19 replies | 697 view(s)
  • Dogwood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:45
    Dogwood replied to a thread Winter and Darkness in General
    Mostly this. 12 hrs in a bag or tent my restless leg syndrome starts acting up. :D Although it' late fall just got back 2 hrs ago from a Bartram Tr...
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
  • Slo-go'en's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:16
    Slo-go'en replied to a thread Fire making skills in General
    Find dryer wood? Of course, that's easier said then done, especially in an area picked clean for a 1/4 mile in all directions. Having some Nylon...
    19 replies | 697 view(s)
  • Dogwood's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:09
    Dogwood replied to a thread Congaree NP in Other Trails
    C NP boardwalk gets submerged during times of flooding. I'm not sure when all those times occur so call the NP first before organizing. What I've...
    6 replies | 291 view(s)
  • Slo-go'en's Avatar
    Yesterday, 20:00
    Slo-go'en replied to a thread Winter and Darkness in General
    In the Whites, you don't have to camp in the snow if you don't want, but it will cost you. Carter notch hut and Zeland are available (but you have to...
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
  • brswan's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:47
    Pictures here: https://imgur.com/a/1Q9eyFu
    3 replies | 276 view(s)
  • peakbagger's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:38
    peakbagger replied to a thread Winter and Darkness in General
    I went a couple of times to the High Peaks area of the Adirondacks in NY in early February. We base camped and dayhiked from a lean to. We had great...
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
  • 4eyedbuzzard's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:28
    4eyedbuzzard replied to a thread Winter and Darkness in General
    Only 12 hours of darkness? In New England it's more like 16 hours of darkness. Which, along with the weather, is why for the most part there just...
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
  • JPritch's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:05
    JPritch replied to a thread Winter and Darkness in General
    Winter for me represents a chance to decrease the miles and focus on camp more. Plus, I hate setting up camp in the dark even in summer. So shorter...
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
  • JPritch's Avatar
    Yesterday, 19:00
    JPritch replied to a thread Fire making skills in General
    I'm glad you brought this up! I was at Dolly Sods two weekends ago during the snow. I carried a 2.5# Duraflame log in to assist. We even found a...
    19 replies | 697 view(s)
  • Patrickjd9's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:59
    I recently picked this book up in a used bookstore, and these writers make a strong case for credible mountain lion sightings in the Eastern US and...
    59 replies | 5524 view(s)
  • garlic08's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:56
    garlic08 replied to a thread Winter and Darkness in General
    My first winter camps were on the winter solstice for several years running in the North Cascades. Those were long nights, over 15 hours, though...
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
  • devoidapop's Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:47
    devoidapop replied to a thread Winter and Darkness in General
    Where's Tipi? This thread was made for him and a good hunker down story :)
    21 replies | 773 view(s)
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