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Found!
Thank you Pilate de Guerre. Great idea. We found him. As it turned out, he got a very severe case of poison ivy (face, etc.), and came off trail. His Mom just picked him up to take him to ...

In Chaff » Looking for a NoBo AT hiker
August 12, 4:49pm

Looking for a NoBo AT hiker
Nor sure if this goes here, but... Looking for Fred Grace hiking North? in PA Hi All, I am looking for my Nephew Fred Grace. He is blond, 6'2" or so, mid-twenties, thin, big smile, e...

In Chaff » Looking for a NoBo AT hiker
August 11, 3:24pm

Glop
When I was about 12, Reader's Digest printed a no-cook peanut butter cookie. It was equal amounts of PB, honey, and powdered milk mixed in a bowl and then rolled into balls or bars on waxed pap...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Make Your Own Larabars
March 25, 3:40am

And one more thing...
Nobody mentioned "cooking" in a bag under your shirt as you hike. Here are a few advantages: - No stove to light - No fuel to carry - No frustration from lighting/sparkin...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » I don't like Freezer Bag Cooking
March 25, 1:57am

about the folding down to make a bowl idea...
I generally don't use a cozy for FBC. Just throw it into something handy (cap, bandanna, whatever). While my meal is hydrating, I sip any hot water left in my mug/pot with or without an her...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » I don't like Freezer Bag Cooking
March 25, 1:48am

LH SUL Spoon
I carry one pointy large Ti stake (I think from EMS) that fits nicely through the hole in my LMF SUL Long Handle spoon and then fills the space created by the bend in the handle. Then I rubber band...

In Multiple Use Gear » Tent stakes in ...
April 24, 8:11pm

Re: What do you use to start your fire/stove?
To light my alky stove, I dip my spoon (Ti, not plastic, of course) into the fuel, and then use a mini-bic lighter to ignite the spoon, which then lights the stove. Not only does this keep my finge...

In GEAR » What do you use to start your fire/stove?
April 21, 12:07am

Re: Re: Re: Re: NUTTIN'
NUTTIN' is fully ready to use with no added water or cooking of any kind. But wait, this just in... BREAKING NEWS Our board members meeting, just now ending, is annoucing a long awai...

In GEAR » Dehydrated Water
January 02, 11:46pm

Re: Re: NUTTIN'
Although I believe you would keep your promised order, alas, I must decline due to the environmental ethics as is clearly indicated in our mission statement. We, as the company producing NUTTIN'...

In GEAR » Dehydrated Water
January 02, 11:29pm

NUTTIN'
Now I don't really know if this post belongs here, but it seemed related somehow. I'd like to tell you about a fabulous new all-natural extremely lightweight backpacking food product: ...

In GEAR » Dehydrated Water
January 02, 11:09pm

All Reader Reviews by Eric Eaton

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MSR Mini Titan Cookset
The 1-liter pot is great for 1 - 2 people. Foil for a lid and bandana for a pot holder allows for a light cook pot, shared bowl, shared mug if you're into that sort of thing. It is wide enough to be s...

In Cookware - Titanium
March 20, 12:32pm

GoLite Ether Wind Shirt (Wisp HP)
Also got mine on closeout. OK in windy cool/chilly over merino base with up to medium exertion. Anything more, it gets clammy on the inside. On a fair-weathered 4 day test of a homemade silk shirt t...

In Clothing - Wind & Soft Shell
March 12, 5:49am