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Re: Re: Snort.....
As a retired NPS archaeologist, I find this fascinating. It is true that if your trash persists long enough, it becomes treasure. Fifty years is the official yardstick. While the ranger might ...

In Philosophy & Technique » LEAVE NO TRACE
September 18, 9:24am

But they are good paragraphs....

In GEAR » Small gas canister (50g)
September 14, 9:47am

That's for sure...

In GEAR » Small gas canister (50g)
September 14, 9:45am

Zebralight headband
Could you please explain the utility of the stock Zlight headband? It seems like a clinky bit of garbage to me. I sewed a buckle on a bit of elastic andattached the light. Seems to work just fi...

In GEAR » Which Zebralight should I get?
September 14, 9:42am

headlights at night
In general, I want the lowest level possible. With a full moon, that usually means no light at all, but one ready to use instantly. i also prefer a floody light at chest or waist level, the better...

In GEAR » zebralights h52w vs h52Fw
September 14, 9:36am

Re: Re: How to cache water in a forest?
Oh dear! Years ago, I cached water in a Park Service area, and I was a uniformed employee. Since no one caught me caching water in Canyon de Chelly, we returned a year later, and the cache quench...

In Philosophy & Technique » How to cache water in a forest?
August 21, 9:11pm

Where should I go
Channel Islands - Santa Cruz is the easiest, but call the park and inquire about Santa Rosa.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Where should I go?
June 25, 1:12pm

Climbing Fuji years ago while on R&R from Koreaa is one of my greatest experience ever. Did it in March so ice ax and crampons were necessary. Fell in with two Japanese lads - they spoke no E...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Trip to Japan
June 13, 12:39pm

Fuel Canisters
I'll go with Justin here. Can't a responsible person decide to use the safest stove, without waiting for edicts from on high? I personally would think canisters safer than Esbit, but tha...

In GEAR » fuel canisters
June 02, 9:58am

Re: Disposable water bottle + esbit + rocks = emergency day hiking stove?
For about 3 o,z more weight, I throw in a metal (ti)cup, some foil for windscreen, and I can heat up a storm - boil water and even cook.

In Multiple Use Gear » Disposable water bottle + esbit + rocks = emergency day hiking stove?
May 30, 11:16am

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