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[at-l] Re: lightwieght stuff...



> gear gear gear...
> 
>         I love it but alas, I can't afford all the cool lightweight
> stuff.   I have gotten as much as I can, but there is a limit to a recent
> college graduate poor outdoors lover can go for.

Actually it can be cheaper to go lightweight than to go "traditional". Smaller 
pack, lighter footgear, less extraneous stuff, etc., can actually save you 
money. Of course, titanium kitchen gear isn't cheap!

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E-mail: Michael_Connick@clrmnt.com
Michael's Ultralight Backpacking Page: 
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