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Re: Re: Re: Re: What kind of Nunchucks.... Titanium or Carbon fiber?
"However it is possible for some to carry a handgun into some locations if one is willing to go through all the channels". There is a grain of truth in that statement; however, it is v...

In Chaff » What kind of Nunchucks.... Titanium or Carbon fiber?
February 20, 12:51pm

Re: Re: What kind of Nunchucks.... Titanium or Carbon fiber?
"MYOG bamboo" - Now there is some good multiuse BPL thinking. How about one of these: Good for chopping wood and defending yourself against rogue Klingons. But then again the T...

In Chaff » What kind of Nunchucks.... Titanium or Carbon fiber?
February 20, 6:16am

175g gas
I would have been nice to know about those canisters when I was up in Scotland last fall. I did a River Spey decent by packraft, and on the second day I ran out of gas because I had grabbed an old...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
February 20, 5:41am

Re: Re: What kind of Nunchucks.... Titanium or Carbon fiber?
Pistols and AR 15s are classified as “restricted” firearms in Canada. You can only take them to the range with an “authorization to transport”. It is illegal to take them with you into th...

In Chaff » What kind of Nunchucks.... Titanium or Carbon fiber?
February 20, 5:05am

Re: Re: Paint Can Lid
If anyone is interested, I have now experimented with the Ti lid of one of my pots as the heat diffuser, and it worked fine. Bread did not turn out, but that was my fault for using the wrong type ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
February 19, 2:27am

Windpro
Sarah, I was doing some reading last night and I think I'm settled on the Windpro I I for my winter and paddling trips. In terms of baking, the burner head would seem to spread out the heat...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
February 17, 6:11am

Re: Re: Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
Thanks Bob. I just found the you similar post in the thread http://www.backpackinglight.com/cgi-bin/backpackinglight/forums/thread_display.html?forum_thread_id=56211. Sorry for asking such a ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
February 16, 12:36pm

Great Balls of Fire
Sarah - thanks for the warning. I'm actually using a Pocket Rocket stove so I was monitoring this exact issue closely. The Outback Oven comes with a heat reflector that you cut and install be...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
February 16, 12:02pm

Paint Can Lid
Thanks Stewart, funny enough I did read your article when it came out. I had remembered the oven bags mentioned in that article, but had forgotten the paint can recommendation. The outback oven&#...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
February 16, 11:55am

Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
I have been playing with an Outback Oven to make breads and muffins with on both alcohol and canister stoves. As I plan for some paddling trips where I'm willing to accept the extra weight, I...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Lighter weight heat diffuser for Outback Oven
February 16, 2:29am

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