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Thanks for the heads-up. I just downloaded it and look forward to reading it after I finish my current book. It's gotten pretty impressive reviews too!

In Gear Deals » Free Kindle book today
August 20, 4:09pm

FWIW I've used Zelph's Fancee Feast stove for years and find it to be my very favorite alky stove. And I've made and purchased a bunch of different ones. It lights easily in all conditi...

In Gear Deals » ELConquistador Cook Kit
June 15, 8:35am

Would silty or slow-moving water change your answers?
I've been using the Sawyer Mini and I'm generally happy with it. However the Steripen does sound like a potentially lighter and easier to use solution. My concern is that the water I tre...

In GEAR » Steripen vs Light Sawyer filter... Which do you prefer?
June 14, 5:51pm

Silky Water Falls
Ah.....you want something like this: http://photos.dwhite.org/Galleries/2013-11-02-Richland-Creek/i-H7CVQJq/A That was shot at 1/6 second using a variable neutral density (VND) filter. As oth...

In Photography » a newbie camera question
June 07, 12:27am

Is Post Processing Necessary?
Really; no it isn't necessary. It's more important to learn to use your camera and to learn the techniques of good composition first. Learning post-processing concurrently with those first ...

In Photography » a newbie camera question
June 04, 6:39am

Post Processing
Adobe Lightroom handles 90% of my post-processing needs. For the other 10% I start in Lightroom and then do the rest in either Photoshop or one of the many fine Lightroom add-ons. The nice thing is...

In Photography » a newbie camera question
June 04, 12:56am

Follow Up Answers
Lens Hood: Sorry, can't help much there as I'm a micro 4/3's user. Cleaning supplies: I carry a cut up piece of microfiber stored in a VERY small ziplock plus one of these: http://w...

In Photography » a newbie camera question
June 03, 4:03pm

B+W's are always good choices...
If you really want a GREAT UV/clear filter, consider one of these instead: http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/search?Ntt=xs-pro+40.5mm&N=0&InitialSearch=yes&sts=ma&Top+Nav-Search= Th...

In Photography » a newbie camera question
June 02, 8:54pm

Re: silicone release paper
If you have a local sign shop nearby; they'll have trash cans full of the stuff in any size you can imagine. It's used on all of the adhesive backed vinyl they use to make signs with. Th...

In GEAR » Foot care kit, need help.
May 22, 1:54pm

Re: Re: Ocean Signals rescueME PLB
FYI I found several of the RescueMe's available in the US with a Google search including at CampSaver for $315 with free shipping. https://www.google.com/search?q=rescueMe+PLB1&ie=utf-8&...

In GEAR » Ocean Signals rescueME PLB
May 21, 7:32am

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Trail Designs Caldera Stove
Specifications (weight on a scale with 1/10 oz accuracy): Stove 0.6oz Caldera Cone 1.0oz Fuel Bottle and Cup 1.0oz QuikTrip cup 0.6oz (not included, see notes below) BPL Cookpot and lid 2.8oz (...

In Stoves - Alcohol
June 25, 8:15pm

Repel Lemon Euculyptus Insect Spray
Just got back from a one-night trip using the Repel Lemon Eucalyptus instead of Deet. Conditions: The trip was in a heavily wooded state park along the Missouri River. Although now receeded, the ri...

In Miscellaneous Products
May 20, 4:24pm