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1/10/10 09:25 pm - mehitabelmmoss - Clymb - a new source for discount gear?

I just joined this. I don't know if it will be any good but seems legit and I got the link from someone in a local mountaineering club. Check it out - has weekly events with heavily discounted gear. At least that's what they say. Members-only so they're trying to build by word of mouth. Try the linky. I'll try to add comments here when I see more of what they're about. as someone who is a gearhound with an unfortunate jacket fetish this could be dangerous for me.......


http://theclymb.com/invite-from/CarolynHayes

2/12/09 04:14 pm - goldispikes - Jetboil Recall

full article: http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml09/09126.html

Outdoor Stoves Recalled by Jetboil Due to Burn Hazard
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

Name of Product: Personal Cooking Systems and Group Cooking Systems

Units: About 15,000

Manufacturer: Jetboil Inc., of Manchester, N.H.

Hazard: A tight valve attached to the stove’s fuel source can allow gas to leak, posing a fire hazard to consumers.

Incidents/Injuries: Jetboil has received five reports of fires resulting from leaking fuel. No injuries have been reported.

Description: This recall involves personal and group cooking stoves often used during outdoor camping. The recalled models include: Personal Cooking Systems in black (PBL075-BLK-(PCS) and camo (PBL075-CAMO-(PCS), Backcountry Gourmet Set (BDLFRY), Personal Cooking System with Companion Cup (BDL001), Personal Cooking System with Pot Support & Stabilizer (BDL002), Personal Cooking System with Coffee Press (BDL003), and Personal Cooking System Java Kit (BDLJAVA) and Group Cooking System (GCS150).

Sold at: Specialty outdoor and general sporting goods stores nationwide and on the Internet from July 2008 through November 2008 for between $100 and $130.

Manufactured in: United States

Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled product and contact Jetboil for a repair or replacement.

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8/16/08 11:57 am - tan_ka - Mustang

My name Tanya. I live in Moscow. I love Himalayas.

I want to show photos of my friend Sashi.

Forbidden kingdom Mustang:

http://mahaparamita.smugmug.com/photos/swfpopup.mg?AlbumID=5656074&AlbumKey=agq5V

6/25/08 08:41 am - acadiabaird - June Skiing




Climbing Wy'east face on Hood tomorrow morning and skiing down......




Looking at a 4 AM departure. Stay tuned for photos!

6/14/08 04:41 pm - orion_boreas - Backpacking in Los Angeles area?

Hi there,

I live in the Los Angeles area and am wondering if anyone else in this community does too. I just acquired a great new Osprey backpack (ooh, shiny!) but don't have anyone to go backpacking with. Sketchy men posting in the so-called "Strictly Platonic" section of Craigslist are not an option. If you live in or around Los Angeles and want to get outside, please get in touch with me! There is too much pretty stuff to not go out and experience it.

5/29/08 03:15 pm - tonithegreat - Southwestern Colorado Advice

It's been a while since I posted to this forum, but it occurs to me that you all could be a good source of advice on an upcoming trip.

Does anyone have any recommendations for pretty short (day) hikes or great camping areas that shouldn't be missed in southwestern Colorado? I'm going to be doing some camping and hiking in the San Juans late next month and I'm looking for ideas to add to the agenda for lazier days.

My fiance and I are hoping to do a major hike and climb Mt. Eolus and some of the nearby 14ers as our main trip objective, but we're also looking for other fun things to do in the greater area. Recommendations outside Ouray and Creede would be appreciated too.

3/26/08 01:13 am - littlebitofrawr - Question time: Magazines?

Have been thinking about getting a subscription to an outdoorsy magazine, and am wondering if anybody has any recommendations.....
Looking for something probably with a focus on climbing or general outdoors goodness

I used to get Outside, which was nice.... but it since seems to have a focus on fashion shoots (what?) and other weird stuff.
Climbing and Rock and Ice are both good sometimes, but both get a little dude-brau-ish (Anybody read the short story in the Rock and Ice Anthology about the guy who says that his muscles get the girls all giggly and flexible? Like that guy) for my taste. I've heard of womens'  adventure magazines but haven't seen any to check out.

(Also would be open to non-outdoorsy magazine of some time, just not sure what that would be)

Do you have a magazine that you love?

Thanks, in advance.

3/18/08 03:45 pm - mehitabelmmoss - Photo Contest Finalist!

Sorry to repeat to those also on my FL but I'm a finalist in a photo contest and you can vote!




Anyway - the link is: http://tedwinder.org/twpc/entries.html and then there's a link to vote where you have to scroll way down.

So far I'm in second place and hoping to stay there through the last day of voting. Please check it out. Mac software are the prizes. Voting ends March 20th GST.

3/13/08 09:56 am - zenith_sensory - gearing up for an early spring camping trip weekend after next

Bill's itching to look over some cliffs while the trees are still barren.  We love it when it's clear, but it's also pretty cool watching storms sweep down a valley, and after all, we are camping and are well aware of the risk of getting wet. I finished the lime green top that I have posted on the myspace page my journal links too.  I hope to wear that on our hike...it will be warm in all the right places.



I'm thinking of the grocery list just now, any suggestions?

3/5/08 12:54 pm - zenith_sensory - top experiences in mountain climbing

I love hiking and I used to be a decent rock climber in my younger more limber days.  I live in Southwestern Virginia near the Appalachian Trail and I still consider our hikes to be mountain climbing.  My kids love it.  I've had a lot of crayz outdoor experiences and I enjoy writing about them here on LJ and I'm building a decent fan base.  I'll try not to creep you all out, but I'm really into girls, sporty strong girls and I wish I was still of an engage to hook up with that specialsomeone for a raucous good time on top of soe lonely peak where no one would be bothered with our giggles and squeals of delight.

I also canoe, and crochet warm swimwear and cover up...hence the ICON...I made that. 

Be warned>>>> I BRAG ALOT too
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