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- Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:12 pm
- Forum: Amazing Thrift Store Treasures
- Topic: msr hubba find
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Stopped by an estate sale today to look at an antique dresser. they wanted too much for it, but I did find an MSR Hubba tent for $5, Just set it up in the garage and it is used. Tent had a couple of leaves in it, one pole has a slight bend to it, and it is a bit dusty but seems to be in good shape o...
- Sun Oct 03, 2010 12:15 pm
- Forum: Packs-n-Bags
- Topic: cheap ultralight large backpack possibility
- Replies: 20
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Two quick things. First, the walmart laundry bag with straps lived up to the walmart reputation and didn't last too long. While the price was right, the stitching came loose too easily. This happened on the drawstring portion of the bag. Functionality is not compromised, but I can see other stitchin...
I didn't notice it to be any more mineralized than your typical backcountry water. But then again, I am used to drinking quite a bit of it. A filtered water person, might notice.
Zelph, here is a photo of it after I cleaned it out. I placed a some rocks to help contain the seep into a pool instead of letting it spread into a broad wet area. The seep was slow so it hadn't had a chance to clear the water yet after I dug out all the crap.
3-4 days Backpacking definitely the Adirondacks. I recommend staying away from the High Peaks as it is very busy with people (good day hiking possibilities though). Areas in the 5.9 million other acres of the preserve I recommend: West Canada Creek Wilderness, Ha De Ron Dah Wilderness, and my favori...