Loc: Portland, OR
We don't allow levity on this forum.
Right-o! If some of us begin to levitate, it would require a new board for super-duper-ultra-maxi-lightweight backpacking and render all our efforts to build a smaller, lighter alcohol stove pointless. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif" alt="" />
There's our problem. we're doing it all wrong. we need something less permeable than silnylon so we can have a large pouch on our backpacks to fill with lighter than air gas. Then we'll simply levitate and float down the trail.. Of course then we can have discussions between the safety pansies who use helium with commercial supplies and store bought gear versus the truly mega-lite crowd who tried it first before it got commercialized, and use hydrogen cracked from their drinking water by the electricity generated from their home made knee movement generators, and sew their own "Hinden-Ray-way(tm)" levitation gear. (keep it pure!) Hammocks will be a think of the past as Henry Shires will make a Tarptent that floats...
Loc: Expat from New Orleans, now in...
Now, Jim, your dog emailed me that shot last night. Said it's of you two when you hiked Yosemite. He wants us to talk to you about his share of the load being unreasonable, and he also told me you added the "Brumfield, this sucks" remark.. Brum
Barry that's the guy I want to have stumble into my camp after I've had a few rough weeks on the trail <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" /> He's got fresh tp, some tv, and Lord knows what else in there! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/smirk.gif" alt="" />
PEPPER SPRAY AIN'T BRAINS IN A CAN!