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Re: Starlite
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In Gear Swap » FS: Six Moon Designs Starlite Backpack - 67L
November 02, 10:05am

Single Serve vs. Group Portion vs. Group FBC Rehydration
Single Serve vs. Group Portion RE: We package foods in single serving size portions for any trip in “group solo” style (e.g., where each person is using their own cook kit). Otherwise we ...

In Editor's Roundtable » Lightweight Mealtime Routines for Group Cooking
October 22, 4:35pm

Re: Trail-Pix
The lighter version (Custom = only fits a brand name specific poles)weights 6 oz (with the accessory pole and ball head), and costs $60. It can also be used on the end of a trekking pole as a...

In Photography » GoPro 3-way - tripod, arm, grip - Newly announced
June 17, 10:56am

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In Gear Swap » FS. Paradox evolution
June 08, 7:25pm

Re: Re: RE: what I have experienced
Hmm, apparently there are a few clarifications needed ... (plus I'm throwing in quite a few comments ... *smile*) RE: "ZERO tolerance level for any rule breaking" As it should be....

In Backpacking Light with Scouts » The easiest, cheapest, robust Scout backpacking stove ever?
June 05, 12:48pm

RE: what I have experienced
+ 1 on what Bob said ... for most treks there always seems to be that percentage that are tempted to make "less than smart" decisions ... oy. Understand, I'm a huge fan of alcohol...

In Backpacking Light with Scouts » The easiest, cheapest, robust Scout backpacking stove ever?
June 04, 8:35am

An alternative to shock cord pad holder
Joe at Z-Packs has these style pad holsters: Easy enough to retrofit to your pack the ones from Joe or make similar items for a complete MYOG project.

In Make Your Own Gear » adding pad holders to existing pack
May 22, 12:09pm

A not so quick 2 cents ...
RE: "The Amsteel is too hard to grip, requires wrapping it around sticks. It could slide thru someones hands and cut them badly under tension." Simple Solution: Clove hitch the stick h...

In Philmont » Bear Bagging Throw Rope - Custom Bag for Amsteel Rope
May 18, 3:24pm

RE: "The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack"
- RE: "Beyond RayWay the trail gets very diffuse, and the print evidence even thinner." David, you mean the google trail becomes thinner (*smile*) Actually, there were many print ar...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack
April 03, 10:25am

"The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack"
Just a few tid-bits to add to this narrative: The historical antecedents of a Ray-Way pack can be found decades before Ray popularized it. Packs such as the sew-it-yourself Atom-Wate pack or th...

In Editor's Roundtable » The Grocery Sack Grows Up: A Genealogy of the Modern Ultralight Backpack
April 02, 12:57pm

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