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RE: what I have experienced
+ 1 on what Bob said ... for most treks there always seems to be that percentage that are tempted to make "less than smart" decisions ... oy. Understand, I'm a huge fan of alcohol...

In Backpacking Light with Scouts » The easiest, cheapest, robust Scout backpacking stove ever?
June 04, 8:35am

An alternative to shock cord pad holder
Joe at Z-Packs has these style pad holsters: Easy enough to retrofit to your pack the ones from Joe or make similar items for a complete MYOG project.

In Make Your Own Gear » adding pad holders to existing pack
May 22, 12:09pm

A not so quick 2 cents ...
RE: "The Amsteel is too hard to grip, requires wrapping it around sticks. It could slide thru someones hands and cut them badly under tension." Simple Solution: Clove hitch the stick h...

In Philmont » Bear Bagging Throw Rope - Custom Bag for Amsteel Rope
May 18, 3:24pm

RE: "The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack"
- RE: "Beyond RayWay the trail gets very diffuse, and the print evidence even thinner." David, you mean the google trail becomes thinner (*smile*) Actually, there were many print ar...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack
April 03, 10:25am

"The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack"
Just a few tid-bits to add to this narrative: The historical antecedents of a Ray-Way pack can be found decades before Ray popularized it. Packs such as the sew-it-yourself Atom-Wate pack or th...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack
April 02, 12:57pm

Re: Smartwater cap
Yet another +1 for that cap use for back-flushing. ... it also happens to be useful in a gravity feed set-up as the connecting cap for your receiving smartwater bottle (obviously)or your pl...

In GEAR » Syringe alternative for sawyer Squeeze?
March 27, 5:32am

Re: Re: Ooh
+1 on lashing the poles together - a method that is simple, dependable, cheap and very light Here's another illustration of the method (photo from Ron Bell):

In Gear Lists » Going travelling / 4-season backpacking gear
March 27, 5:25am

RE: JRB slightly comparable item
RE: JRB vs. HPG HPG "slightly comparable item ... Zippered edges, cinch cord for hitching it up around the waist, and full hood" FWIW - in addition to being much lighter, the JRB h...

In Editor's Roundtable » Concerning the Wilderness Serape
March 26, 3:22pm

RE: Holes
Not trying to answer for Mike, but it looks to me like the holes (at the middle of the blade and in combination with the top lanyard hole) are simply a multitask accommodation to be able to string ...

In Gear Deals » A NEW potty trowel - the Deuce of Spades™
March 11, 7:43am

Re: Bail Wire Alternative
An alternative to a coathanger for a bail wire would be to utilize a bicycle spoke. Ti spokes cost a little more than $2 each (depending on gauge & color). Stainless cost less than a $1 each.

In Make Your Own Gear » New Alcohol Stove Design (?)
March 09, 6:27pm

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