76196Re: [backpackgeartesters] EDIT - Mountainsmith Red Rock 25 Backpack - Bob Sanders
- Jul 2 4:14 PMHi Ralph,
Thanks for the review.
My plan is for the LT report is to actually shoot a photo of the contents of my "normal" day hike gear next to the pack so folks can see what I carry and the volume of the gear. I will also weigh it and put that in the report.
As far as sitting down and taking my shoes off, I started doing that when I was hiking the southern sections of the PCT where it was really hot. It really was a foot maintenance issue. Now I just do it because it feel good.
All the best,
On Jul 1, 2013, at 5:29 AM, Ralph Ditton wrote:
> Greetings Bob,
> For some reason your link to the test folder did not allow me to click on
> it. I had to highlight it and paste it in a new window to open.
> The next issue was that when I clicked on the "Field Report" heading it did
> not jump to that heading. It did zilch.
> Kindly have a look at your links.
> Having a bo peep at the report I can find no EDITS. However, a comment.
> There is always at least one. <g>
> Can you insert into your report what is a typical weight that you carry as I
> am intrigued by your comment that you have a blow under a tree and take your
> "Daisy Roots" (Boots) off for a time before resuming your hike.
> Either your feet get extremely hot whilst walking or that you are very
> protective of your feet and examine them for hot spots.
> You may wish to add a comment.
> Make sure that you delete your Test Copy version when you upload your Field
> Look forward to some photos of the pack And you humping it in the LTR.
> See you in two months.
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> Hi Ralph,
> My apologizes for being late. Too many projects, not enough hours in the
> day. Though I still manage to squeeze in some time for hiking.
> HTML in the test folder...http://tinyurl.com/lnj6cal
> Thanks for all your help with this test.
> All the best,
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