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Jake D (JakeDatc) - BPL Forum Member

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Re: Re: cup to nest in SP 700
I use the wider version of the Campbells soup in a cup with the metal ring cut off. it doesn't fit all the way in the pot so i put my fuel canister inside, then the cup, then my stove an...

In GEAR » cup to nest in SP 700
March 17, 8:37pm

Re: Re: What do you use to carry food?
silnylon roll top bag. pretty water resistant and can connect my mini biner to haul it on the bear rope. you can pack plenty of stuff without too much crushing. i've done 4-5 days with po...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What do you use to carry food?
March 14, 9:57am

Re: Re: Re: White Mts, NH, 3/9-10
Yea, no need for crampons on any of that range. For summer, yea many can and do it as a day hike. winter, i dunno haha I did Wildcats, Carters, Hight to Imp shelter then Moriah and out th...

In Post-Trip Reports » White Mts, NH, 3/9-10
March 13, 2:25pm

Re: White Mts, NH, 3/9-10
Nice!. Those last .3 to the top are pretty steep and exposed so you probably made a good call. Moriah is a bit of a hidden gem. most don't talk about it other than tagging it for anot...

In Post-Trip Reports » White Mts, NH, 3/9-10
March 12, 7:27pm

Re: Mt Moriah (NH) trail conditions
http://www.newenglandtrailconditions.com/nh/viewreport.php?entryid=20078 that is from the other day.. Looks like most go in Stoney brook trail. I would do Snowshoe and microspikes. There ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Mt Moriah (NH) trail conditions
March 07, 3:40pm

Re: RE: Blade
Know the length? likely a 12" bow saw blade. I tried one of those for trail clearing but quickly exchanged it for a Corona folding limb saw. Faster, smoother cutting. http://www.ac...

In GEAR » knife vs saw vs hatchet vs axe!
March 05, 9:05pm

Re: knife vs saw vs hatchet vs axe!
12" Stihl climbing saw is probably around 6lb with gas. http://www.stihlusa.com/products/chain-saws/in-tree-saws/ms150tce/

In GEAR » knife vs saw vs hatchet vs axe!
March 05, 6:41pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: hmmm...
10mi isn't bad before lunch.. you could do more with the rest of your day if you weren't exhausted from carrying all that crap and chopping down trees lol probably repeating one of my 3...

In GEAR » knife vs saw vs hatchet vs axe!
March 05, 4:58pm

Re: Re: Starting from scratch, suggestions welcome!
take the sharpening stone out of the Mora, ditch the leatherman. Get some Dyneema woopie slings for the hammock. (man hammocks are heavy). ridgerest type pad.. since you're off the ground ...

In Gear Lists » Starting from scratch, suggestions welcome!
March 04, 9:20pm

Re: trip photo
What happen Mags did you lose your Tauntaun? got the whole Jedi on Hoth look going on ;)

In GEAR » Skurka and Sierra Designs team up for gear
March 03, 8:55pm

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