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Panasonic's 32GB HD 1080p camcorder - 227grams!
I've been working and traveling way too much as of late. I know my camcorder being a few years old doesn't even have HD and weighs much more. This would make for a nice upgrade in my near f...

In Photography » Panasonic's 32GB HD 1080p camcorder - 227grams!
May 20, 9:04am

Caldera Cone not for wood burning
The Ti-Tri is the titanium version of the Caldera Cone. Attempting to burn wood in the aluminum Caldera Cone will not yield the same results. Aluminum's lower melting point will not hold up to ...

In GEAR » Mega Caldera
February 15, 12:29pm

Re: Southeast US Summer/Winter Tent Choices
Jonathan, I can't compare the two as I've never used a Seedhouse, but I've used both the Lunar Solo and Duo models. The Solo is a great single person tent, but I prefer a tarp where po...

In GEAR » Southeast US Summer/Winter Tent Choices
January 13, 12:10pm

Re: Filters and odd mounts
Dale, I think what you're referring to is called a compendium shade. I've seen some with filter holders on the front.

In Photography » 5 great compacts.No excuses
January 05, 7:21pm

Re: backcountry coffee
I've tried a few methods, but I keep going back to my French press to steep for about 3-4 minutes. Sometimes with a little Nido and raw sugar, but usually just straight up!

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » backcountry coffee
January 05, 6:26pm

Re: Hennessey Hammock ASym Tarp & Skeeter Beeter Pro Hammock
If these aren't working out for you, check out the Clark jungle hammocks. They're not as light, but mine is certainly comfortable. My only complaint is that I wish they would use a hot knif...

In Gear Swap » Hennessey Hammock ASym Tarp & Skeeter Beeter Pro Hammock
January 05, 6:20pm

Re: "Food for thought..."
"Every day you wait will make it harder to escape. Every journey begins with your first step." Truer words have never been spoken.

In GEAR » Food for thought, steel $6.00 UL cook kit
December 30, 11:56am

Re: Re: Refletix Cozies
" Manny, Moe & Jack, with their Refectiz cozies " Aren't those the names of the "Pep Boys"?

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Cozies and to freezer bag cooking
December 24, 7:14pm

Re: Frying pan?
David, Since Sarah didn't say it, I'll chime in with my own experience. I have one of hers and a Reflectix style cozy I got from AGG in my Caldera Kitchen kit. The Reflectix is basically b...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Cozies and to freezer bag cooking
December 24, 7:13pm

Heathens, sound off.
It's a good thing Tennessee is already on the list. I'm a heathen since I don't pray. Religious views aside, best wishes from the Nashville area. Chris

In Chaff » Prayer request
December 24, 6:59pm

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