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Idea for article
I think this topic would be great for an article. I would like to see how design changes effect how an alcohol stove works in the winter. I know Tinny likes the wick stoves he makes like the blac...

In Make Your Own Gear » Shorter sleeker altoid stove (starlyte style)
March 09, 3:34pm

You can buy Milkman at REI.

In Philosophy & Technique » Meal Plan for thru-hike
March 09, 3:25pm

Steripen Adventure Pre-filter
I sent them an email earlier this year asking about a pre-filter for the adventurer. Here is Hydro-photons reply. Hi there Jason! There is one in development and we hope to have some form of a...

In GEAR » Steripen Adventurer compatibility with Steripen pre-filter?
March 07, 8:55pm

Re: Re: Definitive Reply - You're Uncoated Ti is NOT damaged
For Joshua and other ti-tri bakers. I took the Evernew sierra cup and removed the wire handle. Then I marked the cup at the same height as the 12-10 stove. By cutting it to the same height as ...

In GEAR » Cooking Mishap--am I still safe?
February 19, 6:55am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Definitive Reply - You're Uncoated Ti is NOT damaged
To Richard Yes, you can bake in two titanium pots without using water. I used to use a Evernew .9 liter pot and a snowpeak bowl. They nest great together. Now I use the pot that comes with...

In GEAR » Cooking Mishap--am I still safe?
February 11, 4:21pm

Dry cooking titanium pots
I don't know much about metals so take this with a large grain of salt, but I don't think your problems would be caused by heating uncoated titanium. I would guess that it would take alot ...

In GEAR » Cooking Mishap--am I still safe?
February 10, 2:20pm

Re: how many people?
I think Steve is probably right about the numbers of people truely doing ultralight or SUL. I visit this site for new gear and techniques. My baseweight hovers around 12 pounds. I figure alot of...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Outreach of BPL's website... how many people?
February 04, 5:47pm

You might be intersted in the following discussion. Most of the LEDs you will...

In Make Your Own Gear » Water Purifier with UV LED
January 19, 6:04am

Sil Shelter and Bug Shelter
Both of these have only been set up never used. My girlfriend bought them when we first started going out and backpacking together, liked tents better. Rog I'll send you the shipping price ...

In Gear Swap » Cleaning Closet
January 14, 7:31pm

Cleaning Closet
I have the following gear for sale. Shipping is not included in the price. SOLD Bozeman Mountain Works VAPR Bivy Sack - Long $130.00 SOLD -USED LIGHTLY FireLite Titanium Esbit Wingstove $6...

In Gear Swap » Cleaning Closet
January 14, 5:45pm

All Reader Reviews by Jason Smith

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Trail Designs and Titanium Goat Ti-Tri
This stove system has my highest recommendation. With a little user input it is pretty close to perfect. I am mainly an alcohol stove user but I have also enjoyed using the ability to use wood fires...

In Stoves - Alcohol
February 19, 7:26am

Trail Designs Caldera Stove
I love my caldera cone for my Evernew .9 pot. It is extemely stable, I don't need to worry about tipping it over. I don't need to worry about the wind. One earlier review mentioned its lac...

In Stoves - Alcohol
June 12, 2:57pm