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Re: I use this jacket
I purchased this jacket for running in/threat of rain. I also liked it for work walks, and day-hikes. One other poster stated that he uses a non-hooded jacket with a rain hat for greater vision...

In GEAR » REI OXT Airflyte Running Jacket with eVent
October 01, 11:07am

Snow Peak
I normally use my Compact Snow Peak Chopsticks. They clean easy. Harder to get a "safe" cleaning of anything woodwise. So, if on a 1-2 adventure, or did not want to make time to clea...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Freezer Bag Boiling
August 19, 5:07pm

Boil in bags
Most grocery stores carry "boil/steam in bag" items. You'll find them near the turkey cooking bags where the other type of bags are racked. These are made to deal with high temps....

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Freezer Bag Boiling
August 19, 3:53pm

flaxseed nutrition oil vs. other benefits?
USDA Nutrition guide shows more than just Omega oil benefit, but also: The good: This food is very low in Cholesterol and Sodium. It is also a good source of Magnesium, Phosphorus and Copper, an...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Flaxseed versus fish oil
August 19, 9:50am

Drome bags sizes
The bags are sized as: 2-Ltr = 8 x 16.5 4-Ltr = 10 x 19 6-Ltr = 11 x 22 10-Ltr = 13.5 x 23.5

In Gear Swap » WTB: MSR HyperFlow & Dromedary Bags
August 19, 9:41am

Size Error! Dromedary is 4-Ltr
I had sent the requester a photo and adjustment on sizing. The Dromedary bag is a 4-Ltr, instead of 6-Ltr as thought. Images of the two bags (Dromlite & Dromedary are 4-Ltr, the shower attach...

In Gear Swap » WTB: MSR HyperFlow & Dromedary Bags
August 19, 9:26am

Weekend packer -vs- endurance sports
May have drifted from original questions, "how to hike on a non-cook" or "liquid" fuels. If the hiker is trying to do: - fast-paced, high mile days - Get on trail with lo...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » how many calories per pound per day do you eat?
August 17, 12:09pm

Drome bags & shower kit offer
I have: 1 MSR shower kit, unused (sell= $15) ($20 new) 1 MSR 4-Ltr DromLite bag, used 2-times: (sell=$10) ($30-new) 1 MSR 6-Ltr Dromedary bag, used 2-times (sell=$13) ($40-new) email...

In Gear Swap » WTB: MSR HyperFlow & Dromedary Bags
August 17, 11:59am

Trapper's Mug burns
I have used my bandana also, or my "skull cap" if not wearing. Also have used many times one of those thin neoprene "can coolers" you slip a cold can or bottle into. Those a...

In GEAR » Handling a hot Trapper's Mug
August 14, 7:03am

Meal cooking dangerous?
Gordon, just humor on the posting of "risk of cooking meat", really, just having fun. As to the Tour racers, they have follow support vehicles to carry their food. I know a lot of pro...

In GEAR » Solid-vs-liquid foods
August 12, 10:08am

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