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Re: Avoiding nasty hiking partners...
I used to hike with a guy that was a complete jackass. If he was bored on the trail, he would sneak pebbles into your pack all day long. If sharing a tent he would wake you up when it was black, bl...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Avoiding nasty hiking partners...
July 23, 2:05pm

I like it
Very nice. The legs holding the canister is particularly ingenious. Clamping the feed tube to the leg is a nice touch as well. It looks like it might hang down a bit more than I would like thou...

In Make Your Own Gear » Ultra-Light Hanging Inverted-Canister Stove
June 18, 10:24am

The anti's bogus contention
"The stupid fantasy of good guys carrying guns stops the bad guys carrying guns does not work." BS Here is a story from just yesterday that you likely won't be reading in our natio...

In Chaff » The case for impeachment (and why I think it will never happen).
June 11, 12:46pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Eric Cantor, 2nd highest ranking republican in congress defeated in primary by a tea bagger.
Once again the left on here can use derogatory terms - this time sexual - and their compatriots dont bat an eyelash. Typical. Yep, gets a bit tiresome.

In Chaff » Eric Cantor, 2nd highest ranking republican in congress defeated in primary by a tea bagger.
June 11, 12:36am

Re: Re: Where would you setup camp in this picture
Steven, yep, the red arrow where I was looking at for a camp. Of course getting there depends on being able to skirt around to the left without too much bother. Sometimes (usually ?) it is hard to ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Where would you setup camp in this picture
May 17, 9:10pm

Re: Re: Re: Where would you setup camp in this picture
We need to annotate this photo with our respective tent sites. "Good point Gary about the general brevity of the intense part of storms in our home state. In some cases, perhaps the best ch...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Where would you setup camp in this picture
May 12, 6:48pm

Re: Where would you setup camp in this picture
Camping down in the valley looks a bit cold and damp and without a lot of windbreak. I would be considering that notch in the tree line up high about center of photo. My shelter tucked back in the ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Where would you setup camp in this picture
May 12, 12:56pm

Re: Re: Re: Irrational Solo Fear
"Well, in any case, as someone who eats mostly vegetarian and doesn't drink whiskey, i've found it helpful (and necessary?) to cultivate the common (hypothesized and mythologized) Nati...

In Philosophy & Technique » Irrational Solo Fear
May 10, 1:30pm

Re: Most excellent
>Very funny David! Professional-comedian level funny! Thanks, my wife is not the connoisseur you obviously are. She always tells me I am full of crap.

In Philosophy & Technique » Irrational Solo Fear
May 10, 1:17am

Re: Lever action carbine is better
Whoa there Bob. For the time being let's ignore the fact that your level action guns don't even have a shoulder thing that goes up. The fact is that you are already heavily invested in lea...

In Other Activities » huntinglight? sub 4 pound centerfire rifle
April 29, 12:31pm

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