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Casey Bowden (clbowden) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Berkeley Hills
About Me In 1999 I rode a bike from Oregon to Virgina using lightweight backpacking methods from Ray Jardine's book, Hiking the PCT. My first backpacking experience came 1 year later and I have been hooked ever since.
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My Website URLhttp://CaseyAndEmily.com

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Re: canister windscreen
Gerry, How was your old (non-folded) windscreen secured to the pot?

In Make Your Own Gear » canister windscreen
October 01, 12:37pm

"SEKI National Park 10 day Loop"
Thanks Amy!

In Post-Trip Reports » SEKI National Park 10 day Loop
September 14, 3:50pm

Re: SEKI National Park 10 day Loop
Great trip Amy. Are you going to put more photos on SnugMug? Also, did you and Jim follow your typical no-cooking approach? If so, would you mind commenting on your food choices?

In Post-Trip Reports » SEKI National Park 10 day Loop
September 14, 2:18pm

Re: Fittin' it all in one
Eric, The Fire Maple 117T and canister (220 gram I think) easily fit in my Evernew 1.3L titanium pot, as the photo below shows. They did not fit in my 0.9L Evernew Titanium pot. Interestingly en...

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 13, 2:54pm

Re: Re: Down Jacket Shoot-out: GoLite Bitterroot vs. Rab Infinity
Nice article. You might want to check the math in the down weight / total weight ratios. For the woman's Bitterroot it should be in the low 40's, either 4.9/12.0 = 40.8% or 140/340 = 41.2%.

In Editor's Roundtable » Down Jacket Shoot-out: GoLite Bitterroot vs. Rab Infinity
September 12, 4:40pm

Re: All very helpful
Jim, Have a great trip. The link below has some photos of Ionian Basin via Black Giant Pass. http://caseyandemily.com/Backpack/2012/07_Ionian/Day2.htm edited to add link

In Pre-Trip Planning » Bishop Pass South-North Lake Loop ideas
September 12, 2:32pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Remote Canister Stove with Windscreen vs. Stove with Heat Exchanger Pot
Erik, Thanks for the explanation. I made a foil windscreen similar to the one you posted above for my canister mounted Snowpeak stove and, not unexpectedly, it is badly beaten after minimal use....

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 10, 3:00pm

Re: Re: Remote Canister Stove with Windscreen vs. Stove with Heat Exchanger Pot
Hi Eric, I thought the point of the heat exchanger pots was that you did NOT need a windscreen, I've certainly never seen a Jetboil user with one. The stove and canister will NOT fit in t...

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 10, 1:16pm

Remote Canister Stove with Windscreen vs. Stove with Heat Exchanger Pot
Here's my new cooking setup, for either one or two people. I actually cook rather than just boil water, so I prefer a wide, shallow pot to a narrow, tall one. 3.4 oz, Pot (Evernew 0.9L Ti wi...

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 10, 12:20pm

Re: Re: Re: Trinity Alps Septemberfest 28-30th
I'm interested!

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Trinity Alps Septemberfest 28-30th
September 07, 11:21am

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