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jerry adams (retiredjerry) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Oregon and Washington
About Me I started hiking about 45 years ago. My first backpack was 40 years ago. I currently try to do one backpack trip of 5 nights every month (which can be tricky in the winter) 20 to 50 miles. Mostly I stay around Mount Hood, Columbia Gorge, Mount Adams, Goat Rocks, and the Olympic Peninsula. In recent years I have shifted to lightweight - my pack weight without food and water is about 15 lb (7 kg). I make a lot of my own gear - silnylon tarp-tent, bivy, synthetic bag, simple bag style pack. My sleeping pad is a Therm-a-Rest air mattress.
Cityportland
Stateoregon
Countryusa

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Dehydrating vegetables
I want to dehydrate bell peppers, tomatoes, and onions quick google search - http://www.backpackingchef.com/dehydrating-vegetables.html cut into 1/2 inch square pieces dehydrate peppers at...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Dehydrating vegetables
April 13, 2:41pm

Re: One more on regulation
Maybe WA has more roadside trash? Definitely more cans that have no deposits. Interesting Ohio data. You've almost convinced me deposit is okay : ) It's just annoying to me personal...

In Chaff » ah, pesky government regulations strangling small business!
April 13, 11:54am

Re: Regulations
Kat, I think any ill feelings from Jennifer and I are just mis-communication. We don't have to agree 100%. There's no point identifying agreements, just the differences. (I shouldn...

In Chaff » ah, pesky government regulations strangling small business!
April 13, 10:18am

Re: Re: Re: One more on regulation
I think the deposit works in OR at 5 cents I just don't like it. Taking a bunch of stinking cans and feeding them one at a time into the machine. They have to make all these machines, haul...

In Chaff » ah, pesky government regulations strangling small business!
April 13, 10:15am

Re: One more on regulation
Or there's that ridiculous Northwest Forest Pass. $30 annual fee to park at certain trailheads. That would be okay if the money was used to cut logs off trails. But the law says they have ...

In Chaff » ah, pesky government regulations strangling small business!
April 13, 9:27am

Re: One more on regulation
Another regulation I don't like is strict wilderness requirements Trail workers should be allowed to use chainsaws to clear trails on a limited basis, like mid week with notice given out ahe...

In Chaff » ah, pesky government regulations strangling small business!
April 13, 9:08am

Re: One more on regulation
A regulation I don't like is charging a 5 cent deposit per can. It seems inefficient for me to take a bag of cans and feed them into this machine one at a time, take slip of paper to cashier...

In Chaff » ah, pesky government regulations strangling small business!
April 13, 8:57am

Re: Re: Re: Wrong fin design
What I like best about BPL, is when David says he's done with fins, but people keep giving suggestions : ) This being backpacking light, you can't afford to have two layers of metal, it&...

In Make Your Own Gear » The Alcohol Stove “Efficiency Percentage” Test Thread
April 13, 8:13am

Re: Re: Wrong fin design
Not enough cross sectional area for exhaust gases to flow through? So they just flow outside the fins? What is the distance between folds on the fins? Maybe 1/2 inch would be good. Maybe more...

In Make Your Own Gear » The Alcohol Stove “Efficiency Percentage” Test Thread
April 12, 5:34pm

Re: Wrong fin design
Exactly - cut off half of your fins, pull the remainder apart so the air gap is bigger. Even though the fins are springy and are touching the pot, if you put more pressure, there would be better...

In Make Your Own Gear » The Alcohol Stove “Efficiency Percentage” Test Thread
April 12, 4:18pm

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