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Re: Ultralight grill for fish, tortillas, sausages, etc.
Kevin, check out QiWiz.net. Rob makes the FireFly stoves, and I make the Mini Grills to fit them (and also regular size grills and supports/tent stakes called Stix). People have bought a Mini Grill...

In GEAR » Ultralight grill for fish, tortillas, sausages, etc.
December 17, 2:07pm

Re: Critique my cook setup
For merely boiling water to rehydrate meals or for the morning cup of joe, any stove and pot (with a lid) will do fine. But for actually simmering, the game changes slightly. A narrow burner stove ...

In GEAR » Critique my cook setup
December 16, 5:21pm

Re: Little Honda buddy
Better watch out, you lions, now she's a biker chick!

In Other Activities » Little Honda buddy..
December 12, 12:31pm

Re: jacket repair
That's exactly how you do it, Nate. The size of the slit will give you all the room you need to place the Tenacious Tape inside. Carefully position the tape against the insulation, then allign ...

In Make Your Own Gear » DIY Jacket Repair
December 12, 10:41am

Re: reformulated question
I just type "Ctrl-End" which takes me to the last post. If there is more than one page of posts, first choose "Show All."

In Website & Forum Admin/Support » 'jump to first unread' missing?
December 12, 4:07am

Re: Patio stove tests
Jerry, the fuel consumption of each test only varied by a single gram, so each boil was essentially the same. But this was for only 2 tests of each flame level--hardly scientific, but functional (i...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Stove Systems for Group Cooking Part 1: Basic Framework for Selecting A Cooking Pot and Predicting Fuel Needs
December 05, 4:25pm

Re: Patio stove tests
That's a diversionary tactic, Bob, so that the little kids next door don't burn my house down when I'm not looking (they can't read). Blank canisters are also good for attaching a s...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Stove Systems for Group Cooking Part 1: Basic Framework for Selecting A Cooking Pot and Predicting Fuel Needs
December 05, 2:23pm

Patio stove tests
I've been waiting for a couple of months to do some patio tests of a canister cozy concept that I've come up with. So we finally are 'enjoying' our first sub-zero *F temperatures of...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Stove Systems for Group Cooking Part 1: Basic Framework for Selecting A Cooking Pot and Predicting Fuel Needs
December 05, 11:27am

Re: Which Pencil for the JMT?
I prefer a highly visible yellow golf pencil from some tacky miniature golf course in Kansas. Space Pens can run out of ink, you know. You can sharpen a golf pencil with your teeth...

In GEAR » Which Pencil for the JMT?
December 04, 2:26pm

C'mon, Serge...
Today's the perfect day in Boulder to test that setup, Serge. Zero degrees, falling snow, great for extreme patio beta testing! Much better than having to drive somewhere. These next few days s...

In Gear Deals » LiteTrail Titanium Solid Fuel Cook System - V3 2014
December 04, 6:57am

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