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gather any wood dust/chips or dryer lint get used up candle wax again. put dust/lint into used egg cartons. soak into to the melted wax. cut out individual egg cups and bring with you. this is...

In GEAR » easiest way to cook with wood?
August 30, 4:20pm

Re: more with less
Buy some jute and gather all your used candles. Melt the wax inside an empty can. dip the jute twine into the melted wax running the twine through holding the free end and pushing the other end ...

In GEAR » easiest way to cook with wood?
August 30, 4:15pm

Re: Where are the lightweight backpackers? Not on the JMT...
The most popular packs on the AT are ULA, granite Gear, gossamer gear and the like. Some of the most popular tents are tarp tents. Some people lessen their load with time and experience because e...

In GEAR » Where are the lightweight backpackers? Not on the JMT...
August 29, 8:18pm

Re: In-N-Out Burger - say it ain't so!
Stories like this is a good reminder why I try to support local family farms that raise animals right.

In Chaff » In-N-Out Burger - say it ain't so!
August 23, 6:58am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: cholesterol levels
There is no such thing as "bad" or "good" cholesterol. The only thing that really matters is your triglycerides are low. If they are small and dense they can collect in your art...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » My Paleo
August 21, 9:32am

Re: Backcountry Boiler - Long Term Review?
Well, It works. I love how all the soot is inside the chimney so there is little to no fuss with soot. Unlike other wood stoves (and this is a big compliant of mine with alcohol stoves excluding th...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Backcountry Boiler - Long Term Review?
August 21, 8:55am

Re: know anything about "ethical" gear, materials, fuels, etc?
I stared a project a while ago like this. My idea was to make a kit that contained only sustainable materials, more specifically petroleum free. The project lost its momentum and remains largely ...

In GEAR » know anything about "ethical" gear, materials, fuels, etc?
August 17, 1:14am

: Ultralight Hunting - is it ethical
Isn't it strange that one of the most basic human activities, an activity that we have as a species practiced since the beginning, continue to practice and will always practice is such a subjec...

In Chaff » Ultralight Hunting - is it ethical
August 17, 12:39am

Re: Re: Re: Redundant Items
I take the matches for the simple reason that they are easier than the firesteel/ tinder method. But I still use the fire steel most. Simply because I like the practice. I use the matches when Im...

In GEAR » Do you carry redundant backups of critical gear?
August 14, 10:13pm

Re: Re: Redundant Items
"When I have been this cold, with hands shaking uncontrollably, I haven't even been able untie my boots. I can't imagine how I would hold a knife with enough dexterity to make fuzz sti...

In GEAR » Do you carry redundant backups of critical gear?
August 14, 9:00pm

All Reader Reviews by Brian UL

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Trail Designs Caldera Stove
After using both the Caldera cone and Ti-Tri stove for quite a while and watched as Trail designs keeps improving and addressing customers concerns Ive come to this conclusion... the Caldera cone and...

In Stoves - Alcohol
November 28, 4:07am

Trail Designs Ti-Tri Inferno
The Inferno stove is 4 separate pieces. An inverted ti cone, a ti floor, a grate support and a grate insert: infero stove

In Stoves - Other
September 18, 1:21pm

Mountain Laurel Designs Zip
This pack carries like, and has the same amount of features as packs 2 or more times its weight! I have to remind myself that the Zip only weighs a hair over 10 oz.(w/optional hipbelt). Its light eno...

In Backpacks - Frameless
August 29, 4:08pm

MLD Carbon Fiber Tarp Pole set 2007
I ordered these along with my MLD Zip pack (review on that in future). It only cost me 50.00 USD as I ordered them at the introductory price on the first month they were released. These are geat for p...

In Miscellaneous Products
August 11, 6:42am