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Application to test Probar Fruition Bars - Pam Wyant

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    Application to test Probar Fruition Bars I have read The BackpackGearTest.org Bylaws v. 0609. My tester agreement is on file. I agree to comply with
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      Application to test Probar Fruition Bars

      I have read The BackpackGearTest.org Bylaws v. 0609. My tester agreement is on file. I agree to comply with requirements as outlined in the Bylaws.

      Date: September 8, 2009

      Name: Pamela Wyant
      Age: 51
      Gender: Female
      Height: 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)
      Weight: 170 lb (77 kg)

      E-mail address: pamwyant(at)yahoo(dot)com
      Location: Western West Virginia, U.S.A.

      I enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, including backpacking, day-hiking, car camping, canoeing, and more. My time is somewhat limited, so most of my excursions are confined to weekends, although I try to fit in one longer backpacking trip each year, and have started section hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) accruing a little over 300 mi (483 km) so far. My style varies with the activity, but since becoming a lightweight backpacker, I have noticed I tend to pack somewhat minimally even on trips where I have more space. Still, I don't like to sacrifice warmth, comfort, safety, or convenience.

      Field Information -

      My main testing spots over the next few months will be in the eastern mountains and western hills of West Virginia, areas of Virginia near (or on) the Appalachian Trail or Prince William Forest. The trails I frequent are generally woodland trails with a lot of rocks and roots, although a lot of my day hiking is on old semi-maintained county or gas well roads.

      Testing plan –

      I am really bored with the trail foods I have been using, and am more than ready to try something new. This past weekend I found myself selecting snacks by trying to pick out what I felt would be the least objectionable to eat – not a good situation. I had a hard time making myself eat the energy bars I had along even when my energy levels dropped, so something new and different to try would be most welcome.

      I couldn't find the PDF that was to be uploaded with information on these, but I enjoyed the Probar I tried on the Appalachian Trail hike I did earlier this spring, and the name `fruition' sounds like it should be full of yumminess, and hopefully something easy to eat and digest on the trail.

      Link to all my completed reviews & reports:

      Current Tests:

      Lowe Alpine Nanon pack – Arrived, Initial Report due 09/11.

      Smartwool NTS Crew Shirt – enroute – shipping delays by FedEx should be sorted out this week.

      Current apps out:

      GSI Pinnacle Camper Cookware
      Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover
      Go Girl
      Teva Dalea eVent shoes
      Injinji Outdoor Series socks

      I have several applications out, and will happily test any or all of the items I have applied for. I have a good track record for handling multiple tests in a timely manner.

      Thanks for considering my application!

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