Consecutive days w/o bathing: 28
After blowing out webbing on 3 pairs of Chacos (always on the right foot, what's up with that?), I decided to try something different and bought these. Probably my best decision YTD. Love these sandals. I usually wear a 9.5 to 10 and I went with the 9 on these. They stretch a bit and break in. The footbed molds to your feet. Super light and mega comfy. You like this.
Glen's customized Half Dome at the top of the Lowe Route on Lone Peak.
Exchanging gear at the top of the first pitch of the Lowe Route.
Yakima Chrome Skulls with glowing red eyes!
2 Red LEDS - .25/each
Battery holder - 1.00
2 resistors - .06/each
12 volt battery - 1.75
18" of wire - .25
Not listening to that voice that tells you when you've gone over the top - PRICELESS
After wearing MK Alpine Pants for a couple of seasons I decided to break down and buy some of the shorts. They have the same solid build as the Alpine pants and the same fit. The gusseted is nice for climbing and hiking. My only complaint is that the stash pocket on the side of the right thigh doesn't have a cover so my cell phone falls out regularly when I'm sitting down.
What kind of propane canisters can this stove be hooked up to?
I'll admit it, I have a huge head. I'm not talking 'got my own satellites' huge, but more 'got my own zip code' huge. So beanies have always been hit and miss with me. Usually they don't cover my ears completely so I end up getting cold. So I went looking for a larger beanie and this thing didn't disappoint. It's really XL. Was too large at first so I hand washed it and tossed it in the dryer on delicate for a half cycle and it shrunk a bit. Now it fits my head perfect. The fleece lining extends beyond the edge of the beanie to ensure that wool doesn't come in contact with your face, to minimize the itch factor. Bueno.