Monthly Archives: January 2016

Staying Warm While Camping

Originally posted on Hike Eat Repeat:
Easy and Efficient Heat Source One of the biggest challenges in the backcountry is staying warm in unfair conditions. I have found myself many times in extremely high winds or damp conditions that prevent…

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Post Snowpocalypse Cachin’ with the Girls…

I’d planned to go hiking and caching with my friend Tom at Sweetwater Creek State Park over the weekend. The weather had different plans for us. Thursday and Friday brought us over an inch of rain and then there was … Continue reading

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Escape to the Mountains: Route 2

Originally posted on Mountain Crossings at Neel Gap:
Just because it is winter doesn’t mean you have to stay inside! And at the same time, we understand that hiking and backpacking in cold weather isn’t everyone’s idea of fun. This…

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MYOG lumbar pad for ULA Ohm

Originally posted on blogpackinglight:
I’ve found the ULA Ohm a bit sweaty in the lower back region, so I thought I’d add a lumber pad. It was really easy to make. I cut an oblong from a Gossamer Gear closed…

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Another Super Simple Alcohol Stove

Ready for a new video? Good! I got the inspiration for my latest video from a recent entry on Mud and Nettles, a blog from the U.K. According to Mud and Nettles’ author, Muddy Mum (aka Clare), one of her … Continue reading

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Escape to the Mountains: Route 1

Originally posted on Mountain Crossings at Neel Gap:
Just because it is winter doesn’t mean you have to stay inside! And at the same time, we understand that hiking and backpacking in cold weather isn’t everyone’s idea of fun. This…

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