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Gregory Stein (tauneutrino) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Upper Galilee
About Me I'm husband, dad, hiker, photographer and software engineer.
Born in Kazahstan
Moved to Israel at age of 17 alone
Served in IDF
Completed B.Sc degree at ORT Braude Academic College
Now work at Intel as SW Eng.

Hiked from age of 7 in Kazakhstan with my dad. Have inherited this love for outdoor and nature. Hiking a lot in Israel and in the world. :D
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All Forum Posts by Gregory Stein

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Solo cooking set.
Hi, A year ago I purchased popular here Ti-Tri with 1.3L Evernew pot. I was pleased with its performance, usability, weight and overall a happy owner. However I never boiled more than 0.6L in it...

In GEAR » Solo cooking set.
January 23, 7:40am

just thoughts...
Maybe it is possible to cut the pad into two halves. Then glue some Velcro to both sides to make a pad easy in camp. Two halves may rest on both sides of your pack and are less bulky. Maybe it&#...

In GEAR » pairing a ridgerest with an inflatable...how do you carry that darned thing??
January 13, 3:23am

Oval shape of XLite
Hi, You can cut CCF pad to the exact shape of XLite. So both edges will match. Thanks for the input. Greg

In GEAR » NeoAir XLite small + CCF sit pad = makes sense?
December 23, 11:11am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
Regarding the campsites. I allocate 1 hour to search for suitable place to pitch a tent. I'm not familiar with the route, so maybe this time slot is inappropriate. Should I allocate more time t...

In GEAR » Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
December 23, 10:08am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
Actually, what I forgot to mention is that I'm going to wild camp along the whole route. That means I stop at 9:00 p.m. where I stop. I have 1 hour of day light to setup tent and cook food. I&#...

In GEAR » Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
December 23, 6:50am

Re: Something to think about
Hi Yair, thanks for your reply, it's very helpful. ZPacks bag is not a quilt if I get it right. It's a sleeping bag with option to unzip it open up to 3/4 its length. At least if you don...

In GEAR » NeoAir XLite small + CCF sit pad = makes sense?
December 22, 7:08am

Re: Re: Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
Hi Woubier, Thanks for the reply. Yes, the weather changes, that's why I have some hard time deciding what to get. I'll add my Nike running gloves +pair of nytrile gloves that fit nicel...

In GEAR » Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
December 22, 6:59am

NeoAir XLite small + CCF sit pad = makes sense?
Hi, I wanted to hear your opinion on using NeoAir XLite S and CCF sit pad to get a full coverage sleeping pad. On other hand - why not taking just the regular version. So this looks like more ...

In GEAR » NeoAir XLite small + CCF sit pad = makes sense?
December 22, 4:43am

Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
Hi, In summer 2015 I'm going to hike Walker's Haute Route in Swiss alps. As I understand the weather in those heights changes quickly. Here are the clothes I'm planning to take. F...

In GEAR » Layering system for Alps (2000-3000 m)
December 22, 4:35am

Camera mount options for Locus Gear CP3 poles?
Hi, I'm really wanting to use hiking pole as a monopod for my Sony Nex-6 camera. CP3s look promising, but no original camera mount available. I hope there are folks who found solution for t...

In GEAR » Camera mount options for Locus Gear CP3 poles?
November 07, 1:16pm

All Reader Reviews by Gregory Stein

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Fire Maple FMS-118
1) Overview: It's a lightest remote canister stove with wide bur...

In Stoves - Canister
May 28, 4:24pm