Saturday, October 20, 2012

the revolution

there is a revolution happening

Lightweight and Ultralight backpacking are real, and it can change the way you appreciate the Wilderness.
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8 comments:

Ric said...

Always enjoy watching your videos Mike. It reminds me of the BPL course you instructed. Your books are great. So many quick tips. I like to refer to your books as the best "cliff" notes version on the market for light weight back-packing.

Ric

Anonymous said...

When I clicked on the video it says "This video is private."

Mike Clelland! said...

It should be up now. I changed on thing on my google + account, and it changed all the settings on my youtube videos. I didn't realize it. Sorry...

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Jeanette said...

Great video, I am slowly converting over to lightweight but I cannot abide the funky smell that develops after day two. So I always have to wear wool and carry a tiny microfibres washcloth and phisohex soap ( tiny vessel) and the top of my salt crystal deodorant. What I am wondering is where do you get all those mini containers?? I have scoured my local "dollar store" etc and see these tiny tubes of paint etc but I cannot open them. WHERE IS YOUR SECRET SUPPLIER!! :)

Jeanette said...

Great video, I am slowly converting over to lightweight but I cannot abide the funky smell that develops after day two. So I always have to wear wool and carry a tiny microfibres washcloth and phisohex soap ( tiny vessel) and the top of my salt crystal deodorant. What I am wondering is where do you get all those mini containers?? I have scoured my local "dollar store" etc and see these tiny tubes of paint etc but I cannot open them. WHERE IS YOUR SECRET SUPPLIER!! :)

Mike Clelland! said...

Jeannette:

Here is the dropper source:
http://ultralightbackpackintips.blogspot.com/2014/03/how-to-get-cute-little-dropper-bottles.html

And, I am against the "converting slowly" ideology. I advocate just taking the big plunge!

Mike C