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David Thomas (DavidinKenai) - BPL Lifetime Member

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Re: Re: $9.9 for ALOCS CW - K02 Outdoor Backpack Camping Kettle
Their website says 100 grams. Apparently with lid.

In Gear Deals » $9.9 for ALOCS CW - K02 Outdoor Backpack Camping Kettle
June 26, 1:45pm

Re: FS and Free to Someone in the Boy Scouts
I could use your for sale items on our famiky backpacking trips. I'm in Alaska (99669) but USPS Priority should the same as 48-state shipping (not so with UPS). Or, I see you're in the east...

In Gear Swap » FS and Free to Someone in the Boy Scouts
June 26, 12:29am

Re: Is there such a thing as fabric with a zero or even negative R-rating?
A wet cotton shirt? It has a positive R-value, but it's small and overwhelmed by the evaporative heat loss. Wearing no shirt still has a positive R-value. The boundary layer of air - that t...

In GEAR » Is there such a thing as fabric with a zero or even negative R-rating?
June 26, 12:21am

Re: packaging
Diane, >"David, those 6 hour energy bottles don't leak?" I've had one that I use for air travel, so it is constantly being depressurized to a density attitude of 7500 fee...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » packaging wet ingredients on the trail
June 25, 10:18pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - Late August
>" I hear Alaska draws you in and never lets you leave. " When I'd gotten to all 50 states, Alaska was the one I went back to the most often. And not I live here. So, yeah, it...

In Gear Lists » Gates of the Artic National Park Alaska - August
June 25, 6:08pm

Re: Velcro to secure sleeping pad
That might work well for slight slopes. Velcro on the edges of inflatable sleeping pads works really well to keep two of them together when sharing a tent as a couple.

In GEAR » Velcro to secure sleeping pad
June 25, 6:06pm

Full disclosure.
>"and saves 1.73 grams" you know, of course, that 87.4% of statistics are made up on the spot.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » packaging wet ingredients on the trail
June 25, 8:48am

Packaging wet ingredients in the one to three ounce range.
For 3 ounces of wet ingredients, I like repurposing these "5-hour Energy boost" bottles. 3 ounces, really strong, water-tight. And free. Sold in all convenience stores and venues frequ...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » packaging wet ingredients on the trail
June 25, 8:45am

Re: Re: packaging wet ingredients on the trail
Vac-packing liquids - you can also make ice cubes of water, pesto, catsup, and many cooking oils and then vac-pack the frozen material. Consider using a bowl or Tupperware as a form - so you have a...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » packaging wet ingredients on the trail
June 25, 8:14am

Re: packaging wet ingredients on the trail
Okay, disposable water bottles are evil, filling up landfills, destroying the ozone layer, blah, blah, blah. But the sturdier ones are far cheaper and lighter than any Nalgene offering. And can...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » packaging wet ingredients on the trail
June 25, 1:47am

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