Search:

Type: Posts; User: TEO

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,595

    I don't know if Limmer Boot Co. still exists, but...

    I don't know if Limmer Boot Co. still exists, but if they do, or if Peter Limmer & Sons would make them for you, you might think about the Limmer Walker or the Oxford.

    They'd have to fit well and...
  2. Replies
    51
    Views
    6,034

    Using the 200' col rule, not according to the...

    Using the 200' col rule, not according to the U.S. Geodetic Survey.

    :D

    Hints: The sixth summit elevation is 4,062', the summit has a benchmark, it has 202' of clean prominence, and 212' of...
  3. Replies
    51
    Views
    6,034

    Well, let's see, our FKT of the Legendary...

    Well, let's see, our FKT of the Legendary Smarts–Cube Traverse was 8 hours, 50ish minutes.

    Years earlier another friend and I had a two-day loop from the Elk Lake Trailhead up Haystack from the...
  4. There's a good chance that that practice is not...

    There's a good chance that that practice is not legal.

    https://westernslopenofee.org/fee-watch/is-that-legal/
  5. Replies
    20
    Views
    1,157

    I have not hiked it yet, nor do I know if it gets...

    I have not hiked it yet, nor do I know if it gets crowded, though I'd be a little surprised if it did. You might try the ADK High Peaks Forum or the ADK Forum for more beta.
  6. Replies
    20
    Views
    1,157

    What about the Cranberry Lake 50...

    What about the Cranberry Lake 50?
  7. Remember, the fee is *not* a parking fee—a fee...

    Remember, the fee is *not* a parking fee—a fee for solely parking is prohibited—it is a fee for recreation amenities and the area must include all of the following:


    (i) Designated developed...
  8. That MPR piece closes with, "An event celebrating...

    That MPR piece closes with, "An event celebrating Maine's dark skies is already being planned for the fall."

    Will the celebration include fireworks?
  9. Replies
    19
    Views
    1,959

    I picked mine up at Outdoor Gear Exchange, when...

    I picked mine up at Outdoor Gear Exchange, when it was on Cherry Street. I have one of their saddle bags, that I picked up later.
  10. Replies
    19
    Views
    1,959

    Dave M., my mid-sized pack for multi-day hiking...

    Dave M., my mid-sized pack for multi-day hiking and skiing is the Zoor's bigger brother, the Keshet Alpinist, although Jandd calls it a "full-sized pack." Like your Zoor, it is about 20 years old and...
  11. Replies
    14
    Views
    854

    Most of the loose stuff, such as extra layers,...

    Most of the loose stuff, such as extra layers, bird book, map and compass, wallet, etc., stay in the dry bag until you need it. Assuming the dry bag is of the roll-top type, clip it around a part of...
  12. Replies
    14
    Views
    854

    Right, if first you don't drown within seconds...

    Right, if first you don't drown within seconds from cold-shock-induced inhalation of water.

    http://coldwatersafety.org/ColdShock.html
  13. Replies
    14
    Views
    854

    A canoe. :D When I was a young adult, I...

    A canoe.

    :D

    When I was a young adult, I thought that because I was a strong swimmer and experienced paddler, I did not need to wear a PFD on quiet water. In the intervening years I've read of...
  14. Replies
    16
    Views
    1,526

    Ayup! Seen on April 24 between Prospect Hill...

    Ayup!

    Seen on April 24 between Prospect Hill and Perry Pond Peak:
    6654

    Hungry bear!
    6655

    Also seen that day: Bald Eagle; fresh, large coyote tracks, many more fresh bear tracks, a Spruce...
  15. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,267

    Spencer, I agree with you. At least one person...

    Spencer, I agree with you. At least one person close to me has struggled through addiction and their returning to a sport and absorbing themselves in it has dramatically turned their life around all...
  16. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,267

    I'm not a neurobiologist, nor did I stay at a...

    I'm not a neurobiologist, nor did I stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night, however, it's my understanding that at least some drugs can permanently alter your brain chemistry. In this case I...
  17. Replies
    19
    Views
    1,959

    The 30 liter MEC Brio Crag...

    The 30 liter MEC Brio Crag lined with a trash compactor bag. It is 18 years old, seemingly indestructible, and I think I paid $35 for it brand-new. I haven't used it for backcountry skiing for years,...
  18. Replies
    7
    Views
    1,254

    https://www.sevendaysvt.com/OffMessage/archives/20...

    https://www.sevendaysvt.com/OffMessage/archives/2021/04/06/scott-unveils-plan-to-lift-covid-19-restrictions-in-90-days

    Edit to add: Here's more info on Vermont's updated travel info and here is...
  19. If you ever owned a Saab 900, you'd know that...

    If you ever owned a Saab 900, you'd know that what Kramer did made a surprising amount of sense. I suspect that there was a 1/4–1/3 of a tank left when the needle first hit the E and I also suspect...
  20. Replies
    35
    Views
    2,622

    I'm a comitted stone-age navigator, but I do know...

    I'm a comitted stone-age navigator, but I do know that Caltopo has an app. I'm not sure if it's designed for navigation or just mapping.
  21. Replies
    41
    Views
    2,995

    I concur. No doubt there will be growing pains,...

    I concur. No doubt there will be growing pains, but I have come to the belief that a permit system for the High Peaks, or at least for the principle trailheads—the Garden, Loj, Elk Lake, etc.—is the...
  22. Thread: Redlining racist?

    by TEO
    Replies
    116
    Views
    10,155

    All of those people you mention have been...

    All of those people you mention have been subjected to and still are subjected to racism. It is a hurdle that they have had to overcome and continue to fight against while achieving any individual...
  23. Maybe Trailbandit would help you out with that? ...

    Maybe Trailbandit would help you out with that?

    :D
  24. Not only do gas-powered chainsaws attract...

    Not only do gas-powered chainsaws attract attention, but your timber-value fine is going to be much, much larger than if you stick to pruning by hand.
  25. First, this occurred in HAZEN'S Notch SP, not...

    First, this occurred in HAZEN'S Notch SP, not Smugglers' Notch SP


    "Officials were notified of the cutting when a visitor to Hazen’s Notch State Park reported hearing the buzz of chainsaws in the...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4