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Re: Re: cansiter stove for melting snow
>> heat sink? You lost me. I understand the need to put something under the stove, but I'm not sure what the heat sink is for???

In GEAR » stove to melt snow
November 07, 12:00pm

cansiter stove for melting snow
I like the idea of using a MSR WindPro, Primus Gravity or Snow Peak GigaPower BF for melting snow. I know I've read that "put the canister upside down" trick somewhere else (years ago), but I'm no...

In GEAR » stove to melt snow
November 07, 11:19am

Primus Gravity valve type?
No one locally sells Primus stoves. I assume the Primus Gravity has a standard Lindal valve on it, correct? Works with MSR canisters? Which canister fuel would be "best" for winter conditions?...

In GEAR » stove to melt snow
November 07, 10:30am

snow melt pot size?
I was in my local outfitters the other day, when the local super-duper mountaineering dude (6-7 Everest trips [1 summit], 100+ Rainier [he was a guide], etc.) arrived. I asked him about which stov...

In GEAR » stove to melt snow
November 07, 10:19am

Dolly Sods v. Cranberry
Stephen; Thanks for the list. I, too, live in Columbus (Hilliard). I have a map for Pisgah, but haven't even heard of the other places. Western PA has some nice places (several smallish SF ar...

In Winter Hiking » Low elevation Winter Setup
November 04, 7:35am

Re: Re: Cat cut/flat cut tarp?
There is more than one Cat pattern or spreadsheet on line, I stumbled across them **after** I built my tarp tent. It just takes a bit of searching. Ask in the DIY forum on www.backpacking.net.

In Make Your Own Gear » Cat cut/flat cut tarp?
November 03, 2:43pm

Re: Book Interview - Lighten Your Load
The extended interview is nice.

In On the Web » The WildeBeat: The audio journal about getting into the wilderness.
November 03, 2:41pm

Dolly Sods v. Cranberry
I did a weekend trip this summer to Cranberry. Its definatley more protected and probably accessible than Dolly Sods. I just like Dolly Sods better (there are views for one thing). But, if I'm g...

In Winter Hiking » Low elevation Winter Setup
November 03, 7:46am

Dolly Sods access in winter...
If you want a good view of the various access methods to DS, checkout World Wind software (free very large download) http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/ Use the "Place Finder" to search for "Dolly...

In Winter Hiking » Low elevation Winter Setup
November 02, 8:57am

Re: BD Flightlight
Glenn, Bob; Thanks for the updates. Good info about shelters, etc. I didn't think about road closures at Dolly Sods, but I guess that makes sense. I know FS75 is quite ugly in the fall, c...

In Winter Hiking » Low elevation Winter Setup
November 02, 8:14am

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