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Timo Anttalainen (timoa) - BPL Guest

My Locale Finland, Espoo
About Me Ultralite on Finland. See my www pages at www.grammari.com
CityEspoo
CountryFinland, Espoo
My Website URLhttp://www.grammari.com
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test
I test the ikea stove. Must make bigger holes. It is almost perfect, but it needs more air.

In Make Your Own Gear » 3,06 oz. ikea woodstove
December 28, 4:35am

Re: Re: 3,06 oz. ikea woodstove
First i try saw, but i break my saw... Then i try garden scissors what work very well.

In Make Your Own Gear » 3,06 oz. ikea woodstove
December 26, 2:56am

3,06 oz. ikea woodstove
87 grams (3,06 oz.) woodstove made by ikea "ordning" cutlery caddy. Pot is MSR titan kettle. Pictures says more than words:

In Make Your Own Gear » 3,06 oz. ikea woodstove
December 25, 7:15am

Poncho liner as a bivy?
I was thinking to make poncholiner. Poncholiner is like shirt with hood. Quilt or over quilt to add warmth. Maybe it can be bivybag? Any ideas?

In Make Your Own Gear » Poncho liner as a bivy?
November 23, 1:44pm

More pictures...
I try to draw picture, but i make things not draw things... Perhaps this picture says more than 100 words.

In Make Your Own Gear » Perfect bivy?
October 26, 5:43pm

bivy materials
Top: quantum or similar. Bottom: Silnylon or cuben. I don't sleep on too wet palaces, so holes in to bivy bottom is okay. Pad is outside of bivy.

In Make Your Own Gear » Perfect bivy?
October 26, 4:10pm

picture
Picture:

In Make Your Own Gear » Perfect bivy?
October 26, 3:29pm

Perfect bivy?
Perfect myog bivy? I made one bivy and it's almoust perfect but... Silnylon floor and quantum top. No zip, just "hole" in shoulders. +It is easy to make +It is ultralight ...

In Make Your Own Gear » Perfect bivy?
October 26, 2:52pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: MYOG Down Quilt
anders.se in english: http://translate.google.se/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.andersj.se&sl=sv&tl=en&hl=sv&ie=UTF-8

In Make Your Own Gear » MYOG Down Quilt
October 08, 10:28am

Kickbike
Why kickbike? +Simple +Cheap +Not so many moving parts +Easy to repair +Same avarage speed speed as bicycle 20km/h (12,4 miles/h) +Down hills are very fast +Minimal wind resistance -Up...

In Post-Trip Reports » Kickbike trip Finland to Gotland Sweden
August 07, 8:24am

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