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Re: Gossamer Gear pads
Sean - Did I understand you correctly that you are saying you stayed warm with 1/4" total insulation under you in low 20* degree weather?

In GEAR » Gossamer Gear pads
December 24, 11:50pm

Re: Esbit?
The only downside is that they are hard to light. They won't light with a spark. Once they get burning they are great because they will dry out pencil-size fuel. Even without building a fire th...

In GEAR » A 3.4oz fire starting insurance policy
December 18, 9:02am

Re: A 3.4oz fire starting insurance policy
Yes, the PNW woods can make fire starting frustrating. Everything is wet & soaked. Even when you get a fire going most of the energy goes into boiling the water out of the wood. And great ideas...

In GEAR » A 3.4oz fire starting insurance policy
December 17, 9:13am

Re: Re: Sorry to burst the bubble for some
I'm sorry then to be the one to give you the truth then. Doppler accuracy would give SAR a 4 square mile box to search in. Out on the open ocean where the search is usually done with a helicopt...

In GEAR » Final questions for a PLB purchase
December 09, 8:50am

Re: Re: Final questions for a PLB purchase
A PLB has to use that 5 watts to hit a satellite 10x farther away. So 1/2 watt to a close satellite versus 5 watts to a far away satellite.

In GEAR » Final questions for a PLB purchase
December 08, 7:56pm

Sorry to burst the bubble for some
Nope, the ACR doesn't signal under canopy any better than SPOT. No difference. None. Nadda. Zip. Back in the days before you could test the things, people used to claim all sorts of signalin...

In GEAR » Final questions for a PLB purchase
December 08, 6:34pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
You left off the "green" part of the name. Had me a bit confused as regular SLX is a 45/45/10 of ethanol/methanol/nastiness.

In GEAR » Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
November 12, 8:10am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
Greg23 - why so serious? I just looked back at your posts directed at me in this thread - they seem rather vitriolic. If I'm wrong - correct me. If you don't like my tone - ignore me.

In GEAR » Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
November 08, 9:49am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
Dean F - ":) Ah, hubris..." I'm happy that you've learned a new word and can use it in a sentence. But you need to work on context a bit. Experience does not equal hubris, nor ...

In GEAR » Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
November 08, 7:34am

Re: Re: Re: Re: Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
Ok, I shouldn't assume much in a thread by a bunch of alky noobs. I've been alcohol-stoving for 6 years now and I've tried many different fuels. Ultimately I've settled on slx and I...

In GEAR » Safest alcohol for stoves - US perspective
November 07, 8:54am

All Reader Reviews by Zorg Zumo

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Optimus/Primus? Svea 123R
It is the same weight as other white gas stoves, but with fewer moving parts. It is inherently more reliable over a very long history. It is very fuel efficient and the maximum heat output and flame a...

In Stoves - White Gas
May 23, 3:19pm