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Prepping For My 50 Mile Hike of the Appalachian Trail

I am taking out three clients on a Half The Hundred Mile Wilderness backpacking trip next week through my Uncle Tom’s Guided Adventures business. Now is a great time to be doing any business that involves communication. As a starting … Continue reading

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Ibex customer service rules!

Men’s woolies tights -replaced, again. I am hard on gear. I can find a company whose products are robust enough that I don’t break their stuuf, that’s great. It’s even greater when I do break stuff, and deal with a … Continue reading

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My Packing List – 1 Week/ Baxter State Park

Still working on streamlining my current backpacking gear.  My “kit” is now down to 15 pounds without food or water.  Since all but one night will be under shelter ( 3 sided lean-tos ), I will probably ditch my 2 … Continue reading

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Still Space to Build Your Own Multifuel Backpacking Stove

Class runs one night on Tues, first week in March.  As of today-  4 spaces left. Make your own multi-fuel backpacking stove! Have fun and learn how to make a lightweight stove that you can use on day hikes and … Continue reading

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2013 in review- Thanks to all my readers!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. I appreciate all the contacts with my readers.  Even though I was not able to blog very often while I was off on my 5 month hike … Continue reading

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An Ex-Soldier Designs an Ingenious, Badass Grill for Camping Out | Wired Design | Wired.com

“Therefore, I understood the importance of designing light weight equipment.” The result is a grill that weighs just over half-a-pound..” Nope, too heavy for me.  -UT via An Ex-Soldier Designs an Ingenious, Badass Grill for Camping Out | Wired Design … Continue reading

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Carey Kish: “His toughest trek beckons”

In Maine’s Sunday Telegram. Carey Kish: His toughest trek beckons | The Portland Press Herald / Maine Sunday Telegram.

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