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Michael Meiser (mmeiser) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Michigan
About Me mostly into ultralight bike touring. Backpackinglight is my inspiration though.

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All Forum Posts by Michael Meiser

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Re: Re: Re: Stove Boot
On 01/22/2009 07:56:43 MST Steven Evans (Steve_Evans) said: "Jay, I have a Ti Goat stove and boot, but I haven't sewn the boot into my mid yet...reason is: Have you weighed the boot? I ...

In GEAR » Ti Goat stove in a 'Mid ?
December 16, 1:53am

questions about cyclinder stoves
I'm blown away by the elegence of your stove. The idea to use snowpeak titanium plates as end caps was brilliant. When I first saw it I thought you were using titanium pot lids. I just ha...

In Make Your Own Gear » My DIY Cylinder stove
December 16, 1:40am

Snow Socks
Someone just posted this on another forum: http://www.activeoutdoors.info/activeoutdoors/Article91.html Snow socks... for cars. It's the same concept. What's more it reminded me o...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight "Crampons"
December 15, 9:01am

Re: Re: Re: brilliant thread
"not that you'll encounter fibreglass in the outback, but who knows!" Actually fiberglass wick is a common fire insulater on SUL pots and other goodies. Not hard to see someone get...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight "Crampons"
December 14, 8:01am

Re: Re: brilliant thread
"I was thinking as I read your ideas that a simple, long length of braided nylon rope wrapped spirally around the wheel would do it, but then thought, "Oh wait, the brakes!" Unless y...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight "Crampons"
December 14, 8:00am

brilliant thread
Wow, this is a brilliant thread. It speaks volumes to the intrinsic knowlege embeded deep in other cultures that is so often and so easily overlooked. I not only gained a deep insight into ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Lightweight "Crampons"
December 14, 5:06am

FS: Golite Adrenaline 20 3-season mummy bag, long, 800+ down, NOW $200! OBO
Golite Adrenaline 20 Long, 800+ down, $250 OBO UPDATE: NOW $200 OBO Bought it last month, removed tag, slept in three or four times in the backyard to try out, realized I'd be better off wit...

In Gear Swap » FS: Golite Adrenaline 20 Long, 800+ down, $250 OBO
December 13, 6:31pm

still experimenting
I found something that seems to take the heat but is not rustproof. Kity litter, pooper scooper. Cut apart it rolls out nice and flat. May eventuly contact TiGoat, but I'm going to keep e...

In Make Your Own Gear » Fire Screen / Spark Arrest Screen source?
December 07, 11:33am

Fire Screen / Spark Arrest Screen source?
Does anyone know a source for the type of screen used by Titanium Goat and other wood stove makers? I've been trying to find something for some time to act as a top for my ultralight / hobo ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Fire Screen / Spark Arrest Screen source?
November 29, 9:31am

Silicone pot grabber / lid
It occurs to me that one might potentially use the mug or bowl from Guyoutdesigns Squishy Bowl kit. http://www.nwbackpack.com/products/the_bowls.php Suddenly a mug, lid, pot grabber. Claim t...

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Silicone Cup Lid and Pot Grabber
November 16, 10:21pm

All Reader Reviews by Michael Meiser

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MSR Dragonfly Multi-fuel
I've had a Dragonfly for going on three years now. It's shortcomings are its weight and it's largish pack size. Most of the time I do use a .25oz supercat or pressurized side jet alc...

In Stoves - White Gas
February 28, 4:04pm

Light My Fire Spork
I love hate this thing. This is to say I loved to use it right up to the point where it snapped in two. I love the design with the spoon at one end and the fork at the other. I find other sporks de...

In Cookware - Other
June 26, 9:49am