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Re: Eats My Heels Too
Maybe try putting some moleskin in the shoe? Trim it to fit the back of the heal cup.

In GEAR » Why are my Heels Eating my Shoes?
February 20, 3:44pm

Re: Re: Cutting it too light
I don't get out enough and don't go light enough to have ever cut it too light. However, on a annual trip on labor day, that hasn't seen rain on that trip in 20 years, it rained on the...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Cutting it too light
February 19, 12:16pm

Re: Re: Anyone who has received an organ transplant willing to share their trail tips?
"have brought ice cream on many trips" I, and possibly many others with kids, would love to know how to do this. Sorry for the OT post, but I'd really like to know.

In Philosophy & Technique » Anyone who has received an organ transplant willing to share their trail tips?
February 18, 11:11am

Re: A Question for Ye Computer Geeks
I just noticed that the title bar has "Kingsoft Office". The message is being issued by the "Kingsoft Office" software. There may be settings in that software. Not sure, I ha...

In Chaff » A Question for Ye Computer Geeks
February 17, 4:31pm

Original Sawyer
I use the original sawyer on a Fiji water bottle with the bottom cutoff. It is the scoop and dirty water "bladder". I gravity filter into another fiji water bottle (with the bottom inta...

In GEAR » Water Kit
February 17, 10:07am

Re: Re: Re: Plastic capsules
"Mike W's link is 3 for 99 cents or ETSY has 25 for $4.50" These seem exactly like what he was asking for. I can't figure out what the problem is with them and he is not sayin...

In GEAR » Gelatin capsules
February 17, 9:26am

Re: Luci inflatable, solar lantern.
I have one also and think it is great. It is small and light enough to take whenever you would like a lantern in camp. The are also nice for car camping trips. They are very bright and last a lo...

In GEAR » Luci inflatable, solar lantern.
February 08, 11:28am

Re: MSR Whisperlite Universal flame control question (Roger Caffin please read)
Honestly, I would question how well it would simmer even then. And yes, I have one and use to use it all the time. I could simmer with it as long as I constantly controlled the flame. Once I got...

In GEAR » MSR Whisperlite Universal flame control question (Roger Caffin please read)
February 06, 4:22pm

Re: MSR e-wing as emergency shelter
It would seem to me that if you pitched the "back" lower and facing the wind you would avoid most of the rain getting in. That, or the "lean-to" pitch with the back into the wi...

In Philosophy & Technique » MSR e-wing as emergency shelter
February 06, 2:46pm

Re: Re: how much of a concern is the camp view to you?
I am usually so happy that I got to go that every campsite has a great view!

In Philosophy & Technique » how much of a concern is the camp view to you?
February 06, 1:08pm

All Reader Reviews by Larry De La Briandais

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Campsaver.com Retailer
I purchased the Vargo canister stove from them at a GREAT price. They had such a run on sales because of the low price that is was sold out. They left me a personal phone message letting me know tha...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
December 07, 3:07pm