First of all, sorry for the absence of reviews since October. Later this week I’ll have a review up for Rugero Deodato’s The Barbarians (1987) based on a reader request from last August.
However, in the meantime I’d like to talk about backpacking. It’s not necessarily really movie-related, but here’s a list of movies that feature backpacking to make it so: Into the Wild, Alive, 127 Hours, and The Grey. Hmm. I suppose most of those don’t really have a happy ending. Nevertheless, you can avoid some of those grizzly Hollywood outcomes by staying prepared with backpacking gear recommendations and tips from Backpackers Anonymous Blog.
What Is Backpackers Anonymous Blog?
While every activity can have an associated addiction, there is no actual group in existence (yet) called Backpackers Anonymous. So, if you’re addicted to backpacking and want to quit, this place isn’t the best to visit. On the other hand, if you’re looking for top-quality backpacking gear and some suggestions for various types of conditions, Backpackers Anonymous Blog is the place to go.
There you’ll find a ton of recommendations for everything from the best backpacks for backpacking trips to sun protection supplies, along with backpacking travel tips for various countries. Even if you’re not a backpacker, you can still visit and stare in awe at the best water filters and outdoor cooking supplies. That place has everything you need to make your trip safe and fun, and to help you avoid those globe-trotting rattlesnakes that specifically target backpackers.
How Many Backpacks Would a Backpack Pack if a Backpack Could Pack Backs?
Five. But occasionally seven, considering one backpack could pack one and a half backs, which would equate to seven backpacks, but typically it only carries 1.246, which amounts to five. It’s also important to consider that a roaming backpack travels at 5.43 miles per hour, which burns backpack calories at a rate of approximately .0002 backs per second, but at slower speeds, a backpack could pack more backpacks if the ratio is 1.05 backpacks to .2 backs.
I hope that was helpful.
Why Backpack When It’s Easier to Be a Nerd Sitting At Home Reading This?
I don’t know. I honestly don’t know why anyone would want to backpack when it’s easier to sit on your ass consuming energy drinks and pretending you’re on Mars conversing with craters made of live pools of sentient jelly, but different strokes for different folks. Backpacking is a pretty popular hobby for many, and who am I to say it’s wrong? I just work here. Well, not really. I don’t really get paid shit for this stuff and I’m not quitting my day job for various reasons.
Enough of my schizophrenic ranting to myself and I’ll just plug Backpackers Anonymous Blog one more time to end this thing. Visit the place and you’ll find many great topics pertaining to everything backpacking.