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KICKSTARTER Pros and cons
I'm wanting to do a Kickstarter project involving a new design of stove that has a on and off switch better known as a valve. The stove is designed for use with alcohol. I've perfected the ...

In Chaff » KICKSTARTER Pros and cons
June 29, 3:32pm

Clever, very Clever
Thanks for sharing :-)

In Make Your Own Gear » Accurately weight the fuel left in a canister — using your hiking pole
June 29, 7:21am

: "BG and the Demise of BPL"
Pre hike dinner at Onion Valley. L-R Jack Elliot, Bob Gross, Ken Helwig

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » BG and the Demise of BPL
June 27, 7:37pm

Re: Re: Re: 1.3L sidewinder size
The XL is "evolving"

In GEAR » Starlyte XL Initial Impressions and testing
June 27, 6:54pm

Re: france
"hard crusty baguette" goes down easy if you dunk it in a bowl of coffee :) Café au lait (French for "coffee with milk") is coffee with hot milk added. It differs from white...

In GEAR » They should call this, THE CAFFIN
June 27, 6:51pm

Re: Re: 1.3L sidewinder size
Rob, everything fits nice. How is the XL working out under the cone? Any evidence of a radical burn?

In GEAR » Starlyte XL Initial Impressions and testing
June 27, 10:46am

Re: Re: WTB Aluminum Caldera Cones for KEG
Where are the cones? :)

In Gear Swap » WTB Aluminum Caldera Cones for KEG
June 26, 10:52am

port feeding
Port feeding a stove is tedious work and requires the most attention, has the least amount of visual eye candy flames ;) Just not my preference. Others enjoy it. Stack wood vertical for long bu...

In Multiple Use Gear » Trail Designs Ti stoves
June 26, 10:50am

Re: Re: Re: Starlyte XL Initial Impressions and testing
Thanks, Robert! Here is more info on the testing and a link to bplite.com where there is more information in a thread. Here are some quotes from my website bplite.co http://www.bplite.com/viewt...

In GEAR » Starlyte XL Initial Impressions and testing
June 26, 10:32am

Re: Re: Starlyte XL Initial Impressions and testing
Some photos showing flame pattern under pot:

In GEAR » Starlyte XL Initial Impressions and testing
June 26, 8:12am

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