Tag Archives: gear

Outdoor Gear – Spring Cleaning 2016

I have the following pieces of backpacking and camping equipment that are no longer needed and taking up much needed space in the gear closet.  Please contact me (wricci@bcxmail.com) with questions, shipping, etc.  Payment would be managed and tracked through PayPal. All reasonable offers will be considered.  $300.00 for all items and that will include […]
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Backpacking Gear For Sale – update

I have the following pieces of backpacking and camping equipment that are no longer needed and taking up much needed space in the gear closet.  Please contact me (wricci@bcxmail.com) with questions, pricing, shipping, etc. GoalZero Guide 10plus Solar Recharging Kit with Solar Panels and AA Batteries Eddie Bauer First Ascent – Men’s Down 800-fill Jacket, […]
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Backpacking Gear – For Sale

I have 3 pieces of backpacking equipment that are no longer needed and taking up much needed space in the gear closet.  Please contact me with questions, price, shipping, etc. GoLite Shangri-La 2 minimalist backpacking tent – Never used Black Diamond flick-lock adjustable hiking poles – Used with care First Ascent Big Tahoma 75 (men’s) […]
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Mt. Rainier 2013 – Packing

With less than 3-weeks before flying to Seattle, I started to pack and review all of the required and recommended gear.  Good thing as I think the harness I have is too small when taking into account the extra layers and bulk at the higher elevations.  Everything from the provided list is in the photos […]
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Planning Continues

Most of the required gear has been taken care of for Mt. Rainier, except for two jackets that are on the recommended list. One of them is a windproof/waterproof parka, with down insulation. In trying to justify the cost, and what would seem to be limited use on the mountain, though the weather is unpredictable […]
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Article – Secrets for a Good Nights Sleep

The following article is from The Mountain Training School (email: info@MountainTrainingSchool.com).  In the good faith department, I have known Ben, the founder and director of The Mountain Training School, for a few years and was a client of his on a trip in Alaska. I asked him if I could repost this article, and am […]
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