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Tim L.R.

Tim L.R.

Run Rivers,Travel,Hike,Camp out

Tim L.R.'s Bio

I live on the Northern side of the Grand Canyon..Travel alot with a veterans group (SPVA)to Arizona,California,Nevada,and Utah.
Run Rivers,Camp out,and do some hiking in and out of the Grand Cyn... Just basically enjoying life.... For every turn around there is new country to see...

Tim L.R.

Tim L.R.wrote a review of on August 10, 2015

4 5

Have used this bag with my (Yukon 2 burner-YK60LW, legs, wind deflector, side shelves and a Rev. grill/griddle in griddle carry bag to protect stove and griddle, a must if you need to haul stove to a family outing. Keeps everything in place. Small bag with lighter, hose and regulator, tools and instructions manual inside burner compartment.... Everything there in one place....

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Tim L.R.wrote a review of on August 9, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Did great for a group of 13 plus people, easy cleaning, fits into my stove carry bag (Yukon 2 burner), has it's own carrying bag which is nice too. Thinking of getting another for a bigger group or to remove when needing room for my morning coffee....

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Tim L.R.wrote a review of on March 26, 2015

Here's Shorty....
4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Here's a photo of my NEW OR Rocky Mountain Low Gaiters in action. Seem to be well made, keeps the dust off my socks and out of my pant leg, along with saw dust out of my boot. A little hard to get use of being their so short, but they worked out just fine.. Thank you all there at Backcountry another outstanding job..

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Tim L.R.wrote a review of on February 9, 2015

4 5

This unit had ample room to fit over my Insulated Carhartt Cover-all. The Top Cinch Draw Cord could have been made of a stronger material, but I do like the idea of the replaceable under the-arch Boot Strap. I do wear The Gaiter during and after a rain/snow storm to keep my pant legs dry and also when I'm using my chain-saw to keep the saw dust out my hiking boots and off my lower pant legs....

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Tim L.R.wrote a review of on April 3, 2013

3 5

Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

First of all, the frame is made of all aluminum(Legs/connecting cross-members.) which don't make it look or feel very durable.. "As to where the other that I have (Same design)is made of light steel (legs/cross-connecting bars etc.) which make the frame alot more durable". The only plus is the height adjustments to the table. Not very sand friendly,will need to purchase rubber boots so that the table won't sink into the sand when being used, just wish the frame was made of a more durable metal(Light steel) Watch out for the screws on the underside of the table top they seem to strip out easily..Alot easier and faster to set-up then other models that I have checked out..Great service from Backcountry.com again.. Thank you all....

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Tim L.R.wrote a review of on July 26, 2012

3 5

Not liking having to open the shut off valve to fold the handle down when done using stove and ready to fold up and return the unit to it's container. Stability is also questionable, probably wise to use wide low profile pots to cook and boil water in. 6" or wider....

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Tim L.R.wrote a review of on May 10, 2012

4 5

Has enough light for trail walking and dims down easily to save on battery power. The red lens cover flips up and down easily too to help with the night vision, you don't have to continually push a button trying to find the red night vision light. Weighs very little.... The Red Lens Cover(flipping up and down)takes alittle getting use to..

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Tim L.R.wrote a review of on April 25, 2012

5 5

Outstanding! Like the idea of being able to remove the tube before placing the reservoir in the refrigerator. The insulator pouch was well thought out, being able to carry it by the handle/hang inside pack or the "D" ring attachments and also being able to see inside the reservoir. This will be my new Platypus Insulator hydration system's first field excursion....

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