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Re: BRS 3000T stove.
Most of my orders for BRS-3000T stoves arrived in 10-14 days. But during the west-coast dock-workers strike, one shipment took over a month. Some charts for Chinese eBay shippers show 4-6% take >...

In GEAR » BRS 3000T stove.
July 10, 1:32am

Red / blue comparison.
Four year later, and I'm STILL on the map. Alaska is way over-represented, per-capita on many fronts, such as: suicides, gun ownership, snow machine deaths, domestic violence, pilot's li...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » BPL Member Map
July 08, 11:15pm

waxed cards and water bottles
I have a zippered pouch for my somewhat broader "$#!+ happens" kit which entails FAK supplies, plus a repair kit, plus some emergency supplies. Anywho, I love the waxed-cardboard boxes...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » How to pack leukotape
July 08, 11:02pm

Games (GGG) people play.
KenT and DavidG: To add a competitive element to a GGG: 1) hand out bamboo spoons early on and have a lightest-weight spoon contest the next day. Whittling, sanding, filing allowed. 2) &quo...

In GEAR » Spoon Comparison
July 08, 4:22pm

Types of cooking
Maybe like Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3 Fun: Type 1 Cooking: easy to cook, tasty to eat Type 2 Cooking: effort to cook, tasty to eat Type 3 Cooking: big effort, low return. And maybe another...

In GEAR » Evernew 1.3 Titanium Pot – ok for light cooking?
July 08, 12:56pm

Re: Plastic spoon
Larry, That "Campware Long Spoon" does look nice for its length, affordability, moderate stack-ability, and bowl size/style. I probably should have titled this thread "LONG-HAN...

In GEAR » Spoon Comparison
July 07, 5:47pm

Re: Five Lessons from the John Muir Trail
Kudos to the author for throwing this article up on BPL, where he might catch some flak for the seriously slow-packing and non-UL mis-steps they made. I got only as far as, "six other male co...

In Editor's Roundtable » Five Lessons from the John Muir Trail
July 07, 4:00pm

Does a bear eat tuna in the woods?
"David - Tuna packets is a great idea (on the short list of foods he likes). I've taken them into desert-ish setting, but hesitant in forested areas that the smell would be a bear magnet. ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » favorite kid's meals
July 07, 3:33pm

Jim: The bamboo spoons come with a finish on them and they clean up pretty well. I suppose repeated use of sand as a scrubbie or a nylon scrub pad would wear that finish more than it would a Ti sp...

In GEAR » Spoon Comparison
July 07, 12:26pm

Spoon Comparison
My family just came off an Alaskan-Canadian backpacking trip over the Chilkoot Pass and mostly it all went great. Our two kids (10 + 15) did great, the 11-year-old friend kept walking and kept up ...

In GEAR » Spoon Comparison
July 07, 2:12am

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