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    I can recommend Amazon's KDP platform for any...

    I can recommend Amazon's KDP platform for any kind of book, unless you want the shiny pages for the photos. I have used them for both written fiction books and a table-top photo and short...
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    I have had similar experiences although not quite...

    I have had similar experiences although not quite as extensive. I chose the InRreach (DeLormer version) for better satellite system, two way communication (inclu confirmation that your message was...
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    I am very much in two minds about this.

    I am very much in two minds about this.
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    Since they are deposits I'm guessing that...

    Since they are deposits I'm guessing that backflushing with distilled water isn't going to make a difference as they are already attached to the filter. Using high pressure through a shower head...
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    The reason vinegar works is because most of the...

    The reason vinegar works is because most of the blockage (if not in silty areas) is because of mineral deposits in the filter, which is even worse when allowed to dry out...just like on your shower...
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    I backflush when I get home with water, then with...

    I backflush when I get home with water, then with vinegar and let it sit and backflush with vinegar again 24 hours later and then put it in to storage.
    I've had the same problem as you but the...
  7. XMid 2p by Dan Durston. Available on MassDrop...

    XMid 2p by Dan Durston. Available on MassDrop although I don't know when the next Drop will be.

    I've also heard good things about the Yama Mtn Gear Swiftline.

    UK company TrekkerTent makes a...
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    Tarptent Double Rainbow Li - thoughts?

    I am loving the idea of this tent but would like to hear other people's thoughts on it (as well as from users of the regular DR).
    I have had a Duplex I loved and sold to buy the Stratospire Li which...
  9. In the UK they use the term "wild camp or "wild...

    In the UK they use the term "wild camp or "wild campsite", which to me is just camping in the way you describe it...or the legal terminology, "dispersed" camping. It is used for any camp site not in...
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    The Medium Aura has a belt that barely goes short...

    The Medium Aura has a belt that barely goes short enough for my petite frame, but I made it work. The small just wasn't comfortable. Sometimes it's good to be a woman...those hips sure do some in...
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    I'm 5'5 and have a 19" torso. I use the medium...

    I'm 5'5 and have a 19" torso. I use the medium Osprey (Aura and Exos) and it fits great, although I do tend to prefer a slightly longer pack fit due to back issues...I don't like any weight on the...
  12. Seems like they'd be good for flat or moderately...

    Seems like they'd be good for flat or moderately hilly walking but that handle angle might be detrimental to using them for climbs and descents. Just a thought although no real experience of them.
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    I'm a huge fan of DCF and that certainly wasn't...

    I'm a huge fan of DCF and that certainly wasn't an issue...it was the lack of simplicity in the set-up, and to a lesser extent, the take down of the SS Li. I used to be able to get my Duplex up in...
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    It was a good tent, spacious but I found the...

    It was a good tent, spacious but I found the interior sagged more than I liked and I found it a pain to put up and put away. I did a full "first impressions" review on my blog:
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    Klymit makes a 2 person sleeping pad. I've really...

    Klymit makes a 2 person sleeping pad. I've really liked my single insulated pad by Klymit and can't recommend them enough. The double doesn't have the highest R value out there but it's the only...
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    I have the same device...I'm surprised it hasn't...

    I have the same device...I'm surprised it hasn't been snapped up for that price. Damn good piece of gear
  17. Being that you are in Europe, like I now am,...

    Being that you are in Europe, like I now am, you'd be better served by checking out a forum like Trek-Lite.com which are UK based and would be able to give you better recommendations based on what is...
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    I thought the same thing but could't check it on...

    I thought the same thing but could't check it on the maps
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    I, too, can also recommend the Centennial Trail...

    I, too, can also recommend the Centennial Trail in the Black Hills. I heard about it from lonehiker and have hiked it's full length in two sections. I can highly recommend it. If interested I wrote...
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    Here is my experience from Feb 2018. There are a...

    Here is my experience from Feb 2018. There are a few blog posts about my time there and what I did, they are all in order: ...
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    Oh, and if you don't go the DIY route, the Osprey...

    Oh, and if you don't go the DIY route, the Osprey Talon 33 would be a good, smaller option. I use mine mostly for day hikes but could see it being usable for 2-3 nights backpacking in late spring/...
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    Haven't got much advice in the way of backpacks...

    Haven't got much advice in the way of backpacks but as far as camping, I do live in the UK now (was in Wyoming). We do "wild camp" in England but it is technically illegal as all land is privately...
  23. Thread: First Pack

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    I don't know anything about the Traverse...but I...

    I don't know anything about the Traverse...but I will say that 85 and even potentially 65 will be way too big with too much room that you will be tempted to fill up with extra stuff.
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    You can buy what we call methylated spirits in...

    You can buy what we call methylated spirits in Europe and probably in Turkey. It's what people use for alcohol stoves over here in the UK.
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    I smarted out with a Walmart travel pillow. Loved...

    I smarted out with a Walmart travel pillow. Loved that thing. I now use a Thermarest compressible pillow. Same weight and size but packs smaller. Worth carrying.
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