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Gregory Stein (tauneutrino) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Upper Galilee
About Me I'm husband, dad, hiker, photographer and software engineer.
Born in Kazahstan
Moved to Israel at age of 17 alone
Served in IDF
Completed B.Sc degree at ORT Braude Academic College
Now work at Intel as SW Eng.

Hiked from age of 7 in Kazakhstan with my dad. Have inherited this love for outdoor and nature. Hiking a lot in Israel and in the world. :D
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All Forum Posts by Gregory Stein

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groundhogs are not for solid ground
I think that it will be much harder to push groundhogs into ground because of the fins or "wings". Nails are best for hard soils. However holding power of GH much better. Maybe it's ...

In GEAR » Pegs for upper Alps (WHR/TMB)
April 29, 3:19am

Re: Re: Couscous + Parmesan cheese = enough for end of day?
Thanks Sarah! Really good advice on boulion powder and dried veggies. I'm a vegetarian so no meat for me :) Actually olive oil always goes into couscous in Israel, but this means it should ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Couscous + Parmesan cheese = enough for end of day?
April 29, 1:39am

Re: Re: Couscous + Parmesan cheese = enough for end of day?
Roger, what do you mean by "boring"? The cooking or the food? Thanks.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Couscous + Parmesan cheese = enough for end of day?
April 29, 1:36am

Thanks for your insight!
I'll go 3 nails + 7 hooks for te duplex. Total 8 stakes required, so one hook and one nail as spare. Here in the desert we have really hard rocks. In some places it is almost impossible to u...

In GEAR » Pegs for upper Alps (WHR/TMB)
April 28, 3:00am

No simmer in my setup
I put the bag into pot not just for simmer, but because this technique eliminates the need for plate/cup; but still you can eat from the "cozy" and drink from the pot. And yes, we have a ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Couscous + Parmesan cheese = enough for end of day?
April 27, 2:42pm

Couscous + Parmesan cheese = enough for end of day?
Hi, I'm really trying to save up some weight so I'm testing the following "system": Equipment needed: ----------------- 1) 650ml Toaks light pot with lid - 80 gram 2) Sea-T...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Couscous + Parmesan cheese = enough for end of day?
April 27, 8:54am

Pegs for upper Alps (WHR/TMB)
Hi, I'm a happy user of MSR groundhogs. However in the desert I had hard time pushing them into hard soil. I suppose in the Alps the soil is the same, very hard. I will camp also in valleys ...

In GEAR » Pegs for upper Alps (WHR/TMB)
April 27, 6:15am

Wooow. They rattle! and alot!! but who cares?
Mines are just like two rattle snakes. I suppose all the wildlife is curious when they hear: peeeiiiing peeeiinng peeeiiiing peeeiinng peeeiiiing peeeiinng (the owners will understand) Wh...

In GEAR » Locus Gear Trekking Poles
April 27, 6:08am

Wind resistance?
Well, two weeks ago a very strong wind broke the poles of my igloo cheapo tent. That was during family camping near Massada. Now, I'm too at ordering the ZPacks tent and, frankly I love the ext...

In GEAR » Duplex Vs Triplex?
April 27, 6:03am

Save on daypack!
Hi, I don't count on ounces in daypack. Why? Because I'm carrying a small amount of food in it, no shelter, no other items I would carry on a overnighter. So I go the classic daypacks ro...

In GEAR » Daypack
April 27, 5:55am

All Reader Reviews by Gregory Stein

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Fire Maple FMS-118
1) Overview: It's a lightest remote canister stove with wide bur...

In Stoves - Canister
May 28, 4:24pm