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location The Cosmos
age 35
visits member for 2 years, 7 months
seen Nov 19 at 15:51

Trying to get stuff working ;)


Jun
3
comment Difference between Franz Josef and Fox glaciers
does that mean we should not answer to it? I have been to both glaciers and I could help maybe. Let me know.
Jun
3
revised How do I determine if a tent can handle strong wind?
added 11 characters in body
Jun
3
comment How do I determine if a tent can handle strong wind?
For 200euros I bought a model that you may or ma not find anymore. The Terra Nova Laser Competition (a classic). backpackgeartest.org/reviews/Shelters/Tents/… The similar model up to date would be I guess this: terra-nova.co.uk/tents-and-spares/all-tents/… The price is not bad AT ALL mind you ;)
Jun
3
answered How do I determine if a tent can handle strong wind?
Jun
2
awarded  Critic
May
29
comment Warmest and lightest solution for torso
saying that. patagonia΄s nano-puff is to be found for 125euros here in europe. is that something that would seem logical? or are there many versions of it?
May
29
comment Warmest and lightest solution for torso
weight is to be no more than 10kgs (trying to avoid above 8kgs too). 5c would sound like the temperature i´ll be finding.
May
28
awarded  Scholar
May
28
accepted Ways of attaching a DSLR on a ACT Trail 32 backpack
May
28
comment Ways of attaching a DSLR on a ACT Trail 32 backpack
I will accept this as an answer. Sounds logical and stright to the point. thanks!
May
28
comment Ways of attaching a DSLR on a ACT Trail 32 backpack
Being trigger ready is not so much of a priority and yes you are right; I could put the camera inside and something else outside instead. Also I definetely do not want a bigger pack. I was just asking for ideas so I can avoid to do just that. thanks!
May
27
revised carabiners wiki excerpt
added 130 characters in body
May
27
comment Warmest and lightest solution for torso
good point +1 for this
May
27
comment Warmest and lightest solution for torso
thanks for the input. i think i will go for: base layer: merino icebreaker second: a tight elastic polar fleece third: a windstopper / windproof jacket i hope it fits! reason for not including a down jacket. PRICEY!
May
27
comment Recipe for baking bread/cake on the trail
i will surely try this next time I am up in the hills!
May
27
comment Add more external space to my ACT Trail 32
you are right it was not. but I would put something lighter in the "extension" anyway. i still want heavy stuff near my back.
May
27
wiki created carabiners excerpt
May
27
suggested suggested edit on carabiners tag wiki excerpt
May
27
awarded  Commentator
May
27
awarded  Editor