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My recent hike in the Olympic National Park has now been my longest single backpacking trip. We were out 7 days and 6 nights; the temperatures ranged from around the high 30’s (F) to likely mid 60’s (F), and we … Continue reading
A few months ago, I picked up a cuben fiber ZPacks Zero backpack. The reasoning behind getting this pack was that my “summer” gear had dwindled down so far, the rest of my packs simply swallowed it whole. As well, … Continue reading
I received a sweet surprise in the mailbox today in the form of my ZPacks Zero backpack! (And yes, it was inside the mailbox). I had ordered this pack a little over 4 weeks ago along with some other smaller items and … Continue reading
My water, that is… I add Kool-Aid to my water while I am hiking along the trail… I love me some Grape Kool-Aid (and before you ask, no, it has nothing to do with Tinny’s Cult).
Thanks again to Brian Green at Brian’s Backpacking Blog, I had something to do on this rainy day while I am just sitting around waiting to be called into work… This morning as I was poking around at blogs in … Continue reading