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Stove fuel
A lot more information here: http://zenstoves.net/Fuels.htm Right near the top you'll find: Petroleum Fuels Great heat to weight ratio. Caustic fuel. Generally burns hot and is unhind...

In Make Your Own Gear » Starting the process of MYOG'ing my whole setup.
July 19, 2:15pm

Slips off
Last winter I tried laying a MB Thermal Sheet (fully unzipped) over a WM Summerlite. Seemed like a good idea in my living room but I'm too restless a sleeper - the MB "quilt" just sl...

In GEAR » Using two sleeping bags
July 15, 8:58am

Disclosure
I think it's great that you're offering this service, and I wish you success. But. Speaking strictly for myself: I'm glad that suppliers of goods and services to the UL community...

In Packrafting » Packraft Rental option
July 14, 2:54pm

STP
You've got to watch out with STP - a lot of their stuff appears to be made specially for the discount market - kinda like what you find at an "outlet mall". I don't know whether ...

In Gear Deals » Komperdell Trekking poles, any good?
July 14, 9:31am

Re: Big Sky Evolution 2p or TarpTent Scarp 2
"If I could do it again I would just get a GG Squal Classic at 1.5 lbs. " Maybe I'm the only one here who doesn't know what that is, but I couldn't find a shelter on either...

In GEAR » Big Sky Evolution 2p or TarpTent Scarp 2?
July 13, 8:33pm

rental
Interesting service, considering the high cost of entry into the sport. You wouldn't happen to be the Eric who is one of the co-owners?

In Packrafting » Packraft Rental option
July 13, 10:34am

Liters
Fold your pad and partially inflate it the way you expect it to be used in a frameless pack. Measure it with a tape measure. Let's say it's 12" x 20" x 2". That's 480 ...

In GEAR » Question about frameless packs, pads, and liters.
July 10, 9:07pm

Not just insulation
Makes sense that very low fat reserves could make your body think it's in danger of starvation, so it will protect itself by ramping down your metabolic rate. That could contribute to loss of ...

In Philosophy & Technique » Low Body Fat - The Tipping Point
July 09, 12:15pm

Re: Salads on the trail
Sounds really good Laurie Ann. Here's something I tried for the first time last week. Unfortunately I didn't write down the proportions (that's how I usually cook) but it turned out...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Salads on the trail
July 09, 8:23am

Re: Re: Re: Steripen Opti Sheath
"Why do you need a sheath? There's a cover over the business end to protect it." Lemme tell you a story: Last November, when we reached our first campsite in the Grand Canyon...

In Make Your Own Gear » Steripen Opti Sheath
July 08, 3:50pm

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