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Re: Re: Re: Re: Where from here?
"> - Aluminized fabric Only found on tourist tents." Just to be clear (and maybe you got this), I'm interested in it for its ability to reduce IR losses on clear nights outside...

In Editor's Roundtable » Tunnel Tents Tutorial and State of the Market Report - Part 2: Details and Commercial Models
April 18, 9:58pm

Re: Re: Where from here?
"If you read the summary right at the end I point out that what might suit you will depend very much on what criteria you have. " I understand this - but you're writing for the BPL...

In Editor's Roundtable » Tunnel Tents Tutorial and State of the Market Report - Part 2: Details and Commercial Models
April 18, 7:38pm

Where from here?
I almost feel like the theme of this series (unintended, I'm sure!) is that there may be a couple manufacturers out there doing a couple things right, but Roger's done a lot more things rig...

In Editor's Roundtable » Tunnel Tents Tutorial and State of the Market Report - Part 2: Details and Commercial Models
April 18, 5:44pm

Caffin tents
Great article. Looking at the close-ups of the "Caffin" tents, the quality of workmanship is almost unbelievable. Like everyone else, I want one...

In Editor's Roundtable » Tunnel Tents Tutorial and State of the Market Report - Part 2: Details and Commercial Models
April 18, 3:02pm

Sharing
"Skin to skin" is a myth and every living human being is warmer with dry insulation on (clothing) even inside a shared sleeping bag. It's simple physics. Unless your body temperatu...

In GEAR » Camping with infants below freezing?
April 10, 2:36am

Canada
Most parks up here in Canada only allow camping "in designated areas," so any camping that is not on a designated pad next to all the other campers in a back-country site is inherently il...

In Philosophy & Technique » Getting ticketed for stealth camping
April 04, 2:53pm

The acoustics
It makes sense that a complex waveform with many harmonics and tonal variations (human voice) would be much better-suited to being heard through / around acoustic impediments such as trees, than a ...

In Philosophy & Technique » emergency whistle sounds just like a bird call ...
March 29, 3:07pm

R-Value
Keep in mind your mattress at home likely has a far, far higher R-Value than any pad you can bring with you, and you probably sleep on it all-year round (right?)

In GEAR » Radiant sleep pads in summer
March 28, 1:54pm

Waterproof
There are a couple really good toughphones / waterproof smartphones on the market. I use the Motorola Defy (an Android phone). It's very light, too, because the case is tough plastic, no metal.

In Multiple Use Gear » A case for smartphones on the trail.
March 27, 5:41pm

whistle
Interesting. "except presumably the subject would be blowing more frantically. " I don't know if I'd count on that! If you're sitting there, leg lodged under a rock or w...

In Philosophy & Technique » emergency whistle sounds just like a bird call ...
March 26, 1:45pm

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