[pct-l] Nano Gear for the Trail

Mike Saenz msaenz at mve-architects.com
Fri Jan 12 18:44:12 CST 2007

Or, you can get one of the new Sirius Satellite radios, The Stilletto!
2 gigs of storage and almost 200 channels of music, entertainment, talk
and news!


Get satellite reception along the PCT/JMT!

I got one as a Christmas gift and I love it!

Michael  Saenz
Associate Partner

MVE & Partners, Inc. | Architecture + Planning + Interiors 
Irvine + Oakland + Honolulu

1900 Main Street, Suite 800 | Irvine, California 92614-7318 | T
949.809.3388 | www.mve-architects.com

-----Original Message-----
From: pct-l-bounces at backcountry.net
[mailto:pct-l-bounces at backcountry.net] On Behalf Of Hiker97 at aol.com
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2007 4:34 PM
To: pct-l at mailman.backcountry.net
Subject: [pct-l] Nano Gear for the Trail

Since I got my new 8GB IPod Nano for the 2007 hiking campaign, I  know a
of you ran out and got one too.  This is so on the trail you could be
Switchback the Trail  Pirate.  Cool.  Good judgment on your part.  Here
are a 
couple of items from mean old  Walmart that you might want for your
First is a neat little speaker to let others hear your books and  music.
is a 1.8 ounce (with one  AA lithium battery) Macally.com speaker.  It
some increase (power) in the  Nano volume control to hear the selection
but not bad.  Of course, the sound quality will not be  like your
Second, is a clear case and earphones that allow you to hang the  Nano
your neck.  This pretty  convenient while you hike listening to John
describe the Sierras or Powell  exploring the Grand Canyon.  Or your
tunes while you bang  along the trail.  The empty case and  earphones,
lanyard weigh 1.4 ounces or 39g.  Not bad.  It is from Rivetnow.com and
called the  
Rhythm with Grab. 
The case that came in the package is for the old Nano and I emailed the 
company about this  right a way.  They are sending free  a new size
generation Nano case.  They called me at home within 2 hours of me
sending my email.  
Outstanding customer  service. 
One of the big things I find with listening to things along the  trail
time goes by so much quicker.  It is absolutely amazing how the miles
fly by as 
you listen while you  saunter along.  This is just a  technique to have
a lot 
more fun out there.  If you hate electronic devices on the  trail, then
Switchback the Nanophobe 
Grand  Canyon  Barter and Trader 
(of you know  who)
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