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Ken Mozden (KenMoz) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Louisville, Oh
About Me young hiker in an aging body
CityLouisville
StateOhio
CountryUSA

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from Ken.....Mystery solved
jimmer, Thanks for the research. I was curious when my search for the model and upc number came up zilch. Very odd when the web can't find something. Will all you UL hikers be rushing out f...

In GEAR » Sterno Inferno model 70138 High-tech Sterno?
July 02, 3:03pm

Sterno Inferno model 70138 High-tech Sterno?
Hi-tech Sterno? Maybe just what you've been waiting for? I saw this on a shelf at Dunham's Sports (Louisville Oh). $24.99. I could not find any info on the web about this stove. I did ...

In GEAR » Sterno Inferno model 70138 High-tech Sterno?
June 30, 8:24am

Stitch Locking Liquid...more choices
Stitch Locking Liquid: This keeps the raw edges from fraying. It also locks any loose stitching so it will not unravel. Find these at fabric or craft stores or WalMart. Choices: Fray Block by “T...

In Make Your Own Gear » Fray Check
June 08, 5:42pm

Now I can impress fellow hikers
"An aglet (or aiglet) is a small plastic or metal sheath typically used on each end of a shoelace, cord, or drawstring. An aglet keeps the fibers of the lace or cord from unraveling; its firmn...

In Make Your Own Gear » Boot laces - new/repair ends
February 15, 2:47pm

Boot laces - new/repair ends
Looks like it's time for new boot laces. The laces I bought were too long so I had to cut. This is how I deal with the raw ends or how I repair ends that have frayed. Method 1: Slide ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Boot laces - new/repair ends
February 14, 5:35pm

Boot Laces - Installing / repairing new ends
Looks like it's time for new boot laces. The laces I bought were too long so I had to cut. This is how I deal with the raw ends or how I repair ends that have frayed. Method 1: Slide ...

In GEAR » Boot Laces - Installing / repairing new ends
February 12, 12:48pm

Rayway Quilt 6/06
I put together a RayWay quilt in June 2006. After pricing all the materials separately I bought the kit as it was just a few dollars more and came with plans. At that time i think it cost about $70...

In Make Your Own Gear » Ray-Way Quilt Kit
January 21, 6:12pm

Practice on cheap cloth
I expect you will find that sewing thin nylon and polyesters can be tough until you get a little experience and figure out how your particular machine handles them. If you have a walmart near you ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Looking to start MYOG Sewing projects - Advice Needed
January 14, 7:33am

Ken’s Hood - A simple, easy to sew project – with instructions
Ken’s Hood - A simple, easy to sew project – with instructions Left to right: 1.0 oz (28g) .5oz (14g) .3oz (10g) .2oz (6g) This is a simple , easy to sew, lightweight head gar...

In Make Your Own Gear » Ken’s Hood - A simple, easy to sew project – with instructions
December 11, 7:47am

Re: Brand new boat
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In User Test Forum » test ken
December 02, 6:13pm

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