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Re: MSR Pocket Rocket options
Short answer, yes, the "top of cylinder" stoves like a pocket rocket or BRS3000T are THE place to start, IMO. You might try alcohol or Esbit in the future, but would always want the optio...

In GEAR » MSR Pocket Rocket options
April 21, 4:59pm

Re: The other guy.
>"Fire can spread underground as well." +1 I learned that some years ago. With a campfire on the ground and pretty moist ground at that. After having the fire go for an evening...

In GEAR » Actual fire hazard of wood burning stoves
April 19, 10:26pm

Re: Hig and Erin ski from Nome to Kotzebue w/ the kids
I was in Kotz two weeks ago, ice fishing through the frozen sea ice, felt cold after two hours in the wind at 5F and called it a day. And felt like such a wimp knowing Hig, Erin, Lituya, and Ka...

In Winter Hiking » Hig and Erin ski from Nome to Kotzebue w/ the kids
April 18, 6:34pm

Re: Fires and stoves in snow shelters
Multiple people heat up a snow cave pretty well. And with people, you only have to worry about CO2 which you get some warning of (stronger and stronger urge to breath). Stoves and fires also make C...

In Winter Hiking » Fires and stoves in snow shelters
April 18, 12:57am

Re: Re: Save the weight and $$
>"I would love to get the BRS-3000T but with only a couple of weeks until my trip, I don't think it will get here on time." Kenneth: I'm enough of a BRS-3000T evangelist ...

In GEAR » Need suggestions for lighter stove
April 17, 3:36pm

Re: Re: Save the weight and $$
Oops. Double post.

In GEAR » Need suggestions for lighter stove
April 17, 3:34pm

Re: Re: Drying packets of tuna or salmon?
Like Terry, I brine, smoke and dry sockeye salmon. A very tasty and free fish. If going for lowest weight and best shelf life, I'd go a little heavier on salt and brown sugar in the brine and...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Drying packets of tuna or salmon?
April 17, 3:19am

Re: Emergency shelter with lower extremity injury
Two Hefty trash bags. $0.35 each. Or two trash compactor bags (the white color and narrower cut has a slimming effect on your figure). Trash compactor bags are also a lot tougher and are a great...

In GEAR » Emergency shelter with lower extremity injury
April 13, 10:11pm

Re: 0.6 oz Camp Shoes
Nice project. Insulates you from the cold ground. And stops Big Brother from scanning you for athlete's foot.

In Make Your Own Gear » 0.6 oz Camp Shoes
April 13, 2:36pm

Re: Crossings
In larger groups, I've had good success by passing two trekking poles, simultaneously, through each other's wrist loop. You end up with them joined by a square knot in the wrist loops. Be...

In Philosophy & Technique » Crossings
April 13, 12:56pm

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