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Climate
One thing to keep in mind when weighing advice is that what works well in relatively arid, bug-free areas may not be the best choice in the mid-Atlantic.

In GEAR » opinions on different types of shelters.
March 31, 6:08am

Aquilo
Check out the Elemental Horizons Aquilo. I've been training with it around 35 lb and it carries well; a little flex in the hipbelt but no frame collapse. It's 50 - 68L; if that's too ...

In GEAR » UL Backpack Dilemma
March 30, 4:48pm

Aluminum foil
"You can set a piece of aluminum foil on a fire and it will be totally consumed in a good hot fire, not just melted... " Theoretically, but I've picked an awful lot of other people...

In GEAR » Will an Aluminum Cook Pot work with a Wood Burning Stove?
March 30, 8:19am

Re: The Spam of BPL
"In order to see the posted deal announcement, one must have a personal account with The Clymb or create one. The creation of such an account through the poster's affliate link earns the p...

In Gear Deals » huge sale on theclymb.com
March 30, 5:44am

Re: Re: GPS eats batteries
In that case you might like it. The other issue is: It's probably the best waterproof out there (according to the reviews I've read), but as a camera it's pretty mediocre. Compar...

In Photography » Camera GPS display
March 29, 1:44pm

GPS eats batteries
I need a waterproof/dustproof camera for an upcoming trip, so I recently bought a Lumix TS3. The GPS takes forever to lock in unless you keep it on all the time, in which case it eats the battery ...

In Photography » Camera GPS display
March 28, 9:04pm

Re: Mugs
"if the cozy tipped the scales at 1.5oz then you'd barely be saving weight for your troubles" The bubblewrap cozy I made for a 2C ziplock bowl is non-detect on my scale (<0.05 oz).

In GEAR » nesting mcdonald's McCafe cups to make a double walled insulated mug?
March 27, 6:46am

Logan
Agree about the Logan bread. My wife has actually given up hot breakfast on the trail - as long as I bring her a cup if tea with her Logan bread.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » a small steel can
March 16, 4:11pm

Re: a small steel can
Assuming you're baking at home, would you consider a conventional can and then cutting the loaves lengthwise into quarters?

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » a small steel can
March 16, 3:34pm

Nobody?
No responses, but in case someone stumbles across this with the same question, the folks at Inov-8 recommended the Rocklite 295. Same Comfort last as the 315, relatively wide to accomodate warmer ...

In GEAR » Shoes for canyoneering - Inov-8s?
March 15, 2:17pm

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