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Re: Re: Re: Carbon monoxide death?
Actually, it just occurred to me that burns being present is an argument _against_ the stove induced death. Lightning on the other hand may cause burns. So, perhaps a combination, lightning as a...

In GEAR » Carbon monoxide death?
July 29, 11:47am

Carbon monoxide death?
A very sad story: === http://denver.cbslocal.com/2015/07/28/cause-of-death-determined-in-maroon-bells-campers/ PITKIN COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The Pitkin County Coroner’s office identified...

In GEAR » Carbon monoxide death?
July 28, 9:58pm

Re: Re: Re: Rain and mesh tents, and flies - perplexed by new generation of freestanding tents...
"Why was threading poles through a sleeve a pain?" Fabric would catch on joints, you have the sleeve flat on the ground, it's a two stage process (feed and then anchor ends), etc. ...

In GEAR » Rain and mesh tents, and flies - perplexed by new generation of freestanding tents...
July 12, 10:03pm

Re: Rain and mesh tents, and flies - perplexed by new generation of freestanding tents...
Threading poles through sleeves was a pain. Clip on is much easier and faster. If you worry about rain you may be able to put the fly on first. MSR supports fly-only setup. Admittedly, I have not t...

In GEAR » Rain and mesh tents, and flies - perplexed by new generation of freestanding tents...
July 12, 4:33pm

my solution
Expensive camera? Get insurance. I am paying $3/month for about $1600 worth of gear. Have not found out yet how well it works. Called the same agent that sold us homeowners policy. I use three c...

In GEAR » camera cases...how minimal are you comfortable going?
June 08, 7:31pm

Re: Re: Re: GPS
Bob, I certainly meant using GPS outside in the vicinity of my house. With a "real" GPS when I used to do geocaching I could often pinpoint the cache within a couple of feet. So, not bein...

In GEAR » GPS
May 14, 5:20pm

Re: GPS
I think it depends. If you are going to use GPS as a primary device that must not fail, you need a dedicated GPS. If you are looking for an auxilliary navigation aid then a phone might work. I h...

In GEAR » GPS
May 14, 12:11pm

Re: Torres del Paine- Chile
I did TdP this past Jan-Feb with MLD Duomid and was fine. There was one camp where I would have been happier with a small footprint fully enclosed tent, like BD Firstlight (Camp Italiano). The grou...

In GEAR » Torres del Paine- Chile
April 19, 10:47pm

Re: Water filter for Utah canyon country (Grand Gulch, Cedar Mesa)?
Erica, All that said about filters in Utah being less that ideal, my partner does carry a filter. So, when we arrive at a water source where water looks essentially undrinkable and nasty, I am u...

In GEAR » Water filter for Utah canyon country (Grand Gulch, Cedar Mesa)?
April 09, 12:56am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Water filter for Utah canyon country (Grand Gulch, Cedar Mesa)?
I expected that a Park suggestion may be controversial. However, a Monument (I think) still allows for cattle grazing (example: Escalante) and livestock is very destructive to desert environment. N...

In GEAR » Water filter for Utah canyon country (Grand Gulch, Cedar Mesa)?
April 09, 12:49am

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