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"Knobstone Trail 3 day list"
try using your sleeping pad to add frame to it. just unroll it as much as you can inside along the walls of the pack.

In Gear Lists » Knobstone Trail 3 day list
May 28, 10:16am

"Knobstone Trail 3 day list"
looks good, I don't think there's much that I would shave off there, as I am no longer obsessed with tenths of ounces anymore... more about simplicity in and of the pack, which you have the...

In Gear Lists » Knobstone Trail 3 day list
May 28, 9:49am

"Pictures of my gear"
lol Jeff

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Pictures of my gear
May 26, 11:32am

"We want your words..."
very nice tarp setup, Jhaura.

In Content Solicitations » We want your words...
May 26, 11:17am

oh now I see! thanks, -Evan :)

In GEAR » Scarp solid inner?
May 25, 10:20pm

"Scarp solid inner?"
"I think most condensation would be on the outer fly and be blocked by this liner." I could be wrong but as far as I know, condensation cannot be "blocked", as it is merely w...

In GEAR » Scarp solid inner?
May 25, 10:11pm

"Tea light stoves"
dev2.scouting.org/pdf/34416.pdf download that, and go to pg 31 where it talks about chemical fuels. Doesn't say anything about alcohol. I'm definitely going to need to make some phon...

In GEAR » Tea light stoves
May 23, 10:55pm

"Tea light stoves"
Thanks Jason, I'll try to find some of those for personal use, but in light of that document I don't think I'll be using any of these prohibited stoves of fuels at BSA events until I ge...

In GEAR » Tea light stoves
May 23, 10:39pm

"Tea light stoves"
lol, good thing I'm not the only one who does it! At the Camporee I just went to there was a booth hosted by a troop in which you could make your own soda can stove, and they even showed you ho...

In GEAR » Tea light stoves
May 23, 7:35pm

Tea light stoves
After a year I finally have my troop lightening their loads, and I recently unveiled my tea light system to them. My system consisted of: tea light stove, pot stand, heiny pot w/foil lid, windscree...

In GEAR » Tea light stoves
May 23, 5:40pm

All Reader Reviews by Unknown abc

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Katadyn Katadyn chlorine dioxide Drinking Water Tablets
OK, tried em' out for the first time this weekend. First, before leaving for a 15 mile round trip weekend in Athol, Idaho, I tested them out at home. They seemed to work fine after a couple of tes...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
June 15, 2:04pm

Nite ize S-Biner
I picked up one of these at Wal-Mart for about $2. I love it for its ease of use and functionality. I use it for bear-bagging the PCT Method. I also like how the wire gate is responsive enough to open...

In Miscellaneous Products
March 06, 6:00pm

Gatorade Bottle
Works great. I would replace mine every trip when I still used them, but they probably could last longer than that. One con is that after a couple uses, it leaves a plasticy taste. Good alternat...

In Hydration - Water Storage Containers
March 02, 9:36pm

Potable Aqua Iodine Drinking Water Germicidal Tablets
Well, the first thing I can say about this is that I just out right hate them. They are messy, and if you want to use the tablets that make the iodine taste "go away", that just complicates ...

In Hydration - Water Treatment
March 02, 9:29pm

Light My Fire Spork
When I got this product from Light My Fire, it was love at first sight. It’s got a comfortable shape that feels as natural as the human hand. The Light My Fire Spork is stiff enough that eating with i...

In Cookware - Other
March 02, 9:17pm

Coleman Peak 1 Microstove
This was my very first stove. Like the above poster, I got it at Wal-Mart for $20. When I first got it, I was pretty impressed. It is relatively fuel-efficient, has good simmer control, and burns hot....

In Stoves - Canister
March 02, 9:06pm