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Joshua Dyal
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Daisy Cutter by Beborn Beton
Throughout the 90s, a major player in the German synthpop movement was Beborn Beton.  I highly recommend Tales from Another World , their "greatest hits" 2-cd Collection, which is available for free  as an mp3 download if you're an Amazon Prime member, I ju...

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I Heart U [Expanded] by Parralox
A few years ago, I really got into Parralox, after discovering their debut single "Sharper Than A Knife."  Their debut album, Electricity , is a wonderful hybrid of throwback 80s synthpop and modern EDM, with clever lyrics and beautiful vocals and wonderful...

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Sleeping system
Yesterday evening, I walked into REI to browse.  It wasn't my intent to actually purchase anything, but I do still have a few bucks left on a gift card, and I do need a few things.  Before long, I found myself drawn into a review and discussion with several...

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Boots
http://thebigoutside.com/ask-me-which-boots-do-you-recommend-for-backpacking-heavier-or-lighter/ There's some discussion from a long-time backpacker on the merits of boots, what kind of wear and when to wear them.  This is in contrast to other sites and adv...

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Backpacking on a budget
On Facebook (I "like" Backpacker magazine, so I get updates from them) there's a discussion brewing about "why does Backpacker (and other publications on the hobby) always review expensive gear that "regular people" aren't in the market for? http://www.back...

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Boots
I've been looking around for a new boot, or hiking shoe.  I wasn't unhappy with the shoes that I used last summer, but I want a mid-height hiking shoe this time around, with some ankle support, so I can scramble on scree without feeling so exposed to the po...

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Summer 2015 Uintas
The Uintas seem to be evolving into "my" mountain range.  There are a lot of places therein that I'd love to see, and for logistical reasons, it's much easier (and cheaper!) for me to get there than any other Rocky Mountain destination, to say nothing of th...
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