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Re: Dehydrating vegetables
Jerry, a good way to lengthen the shelf life is to vacuum-seal the goodies individually. Then they will have a very long storage life in the refrigerator (for me, at least). I like to portion out a...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Dehydrating vegetables
April 13, 3:55pm

My initial Exped UL 7 Mw impression
OK, so I bought one yesterday. REI had 4 of the Mw UL7 pads in stock. I weighed each one, which ranged from 636 gm down to 627 gm (guess which one I chose). After blowing it up with my trusty Schno...

In GEAR » Exped UL 7 Mw?
April 12, 10:49am

Re: Flash range
Bob, I definitely understand the difference between a black and a griz; I've been around both, plenty. Blacks are spooky, griz aren't. I'm thinking that the flashing strobe on my Fenix ...

In GEAR » Ursack closer to being allowed in Yosemite?
April 11, 7:33pm

re: Flash range
I'm curious, Bob--does the flash tend to scare them off, or do you have to add some loud noise (banging pots, yell at them, firecrackers, etc.)? My air horn does a good job on them in Glacier/Y...

In GEAR » Ursack closer to being allowed in Yosemite?
April 11, 2:29pm

Re: Pad
Thanks for your helpful responses. I guess I'll just need to find out for myself at REI today.

In GEAR » Exped UL 7 Mw?
April 11, 8:43am

Re: micro webbing
Delete--he already answered my question.

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 10, 2:49pm

re: micro-webbing
How long does the piece (or pieces) need to be, Bob? I might be able to hack some excess 1.0 mm thick/.25" wide strapping from one of my packs. Maybe a couple of 6" pieces?

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 10, 2:41pm

re: Thread link
I remember that thread, Jesse, but it really didn't have much info about comparing the 2 versions of the UL-7. I'll probably just hit REI tomorrow and have them pull one out of the packagin...

In GEAR » Exped UL 7 Mw?
April 10, 2:23pm

Exped UL 7 Mw?
Has anyone recently bought an Exped UL 7 Mw pad? If so, does it deliver better comfort than the 20" wide version? I'm thinking of springing for one with my dividend, and the REI 20% discou...

In GEAR » Exped UL 7 Mw?
April 10, 1:53pm

re: it was fun!
It was great to meet you, Mags, and to see you in action on the panel. For those that don't know this guy, he is the real deal. You know from his BPL posts that he is intelligent and articulate...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Attn: Boulder, CO area people!
April 10, 9:31am

All Reader Reviews by Gary Dunckel

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Jetboil Personal Cooking System
Mountain House's Pro Pack meal bags fit perfectly in the PCS cup. After adding the boiling water to the bag, stirring it up, and resealing it, you can empty the remaining water from the PCS, drop ...

In Stoves - Canister
March 18, 11:41am

Hilleberg Akto
I agree that the Akto is a very strong and high quality 4-season solo tent. But I must add an anecdote to illustrate the what I feel is the tent's main weakness. In early October of '06 we wer...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
November 28, 9:08am

Salomon Tech Amhibian
What the previous posts have neglected to mention is that the Amphib is perhaps the lightest (24 ounces/pair)"running shoe" that can be taken on a standard extended backpack trip (not fast packing) fo...

In Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters
October 18, 7:45pm