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Re: EDIT: LTR - Osprey Atmos 35 - Jason Boyle

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  • c4jc88
    Larry, It should have went to the list and to you. Per the Survival Guide I emailed the monitor and the list. I will fix these soon and have the report
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      Larry,

      It should have went to the list and to you. Per the Survival Guide I emailed the monitor and the list. I will fix these soon and have the report posted.

      Jason B

      --- In backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com, "asklarry99" <asklarry98@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi Jason-
      >
      > I'm glad the pack worked out well for you. I have just a couple of things, using the EDIT/Edit/Comment convention.
      >
      > Please fix and upload when ready.
      >
      > On another note, did you post your LTR to the list? I have it in my personal email but couldn't find it in the BGTers list...
      >
      > See you on down the trailÂ…
      >
      > -larry
      >
      > Comment: Per the new guidelines, please indicate in the LTR the total days/nights/miles (or some combination thereof) of usage that you used the pack.
      >
      > Edit: During my field report, I was using a standard sized one liter (32 oz) "Powerade" bottle as my drink bottle of choice.
      > >>>I'm not sure if there are official regs on this, but since Powerade is a brand, I don't think the quote marks are necessary. If you don't want to use the brand name, you could always substitute "sports drink" or something like that.
      > >>>Also, since 1 liter is a "standard size", it is not necessary to include the conversion.
      >
      > Edit: I switched to standard wide mouth one liter (32 oz) Nalgene bottles
      > >>> see comment above about 1 liter bottles
      >
      > Edit: it seems like the larger diameter and shorter "Nalgene" bottles
      > >>>Same comment as above re: Powerade. You probably don't need quote marks.
      >
      > EDIT as well as a skinner bottle.
      > >>>skinnier (missing the second `I')
      >
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