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Re: Low Canisters
Yeah, it would be interesting to see if it can still melt with less volatile fuel... I imagine that it will but it will take even longer.

In GEAR » MELTING SNOW: Fuel Efficiency and Boil Time Comparisons of Four Gas Backpacking Stoves in Winter Conditions
November 15, 7:58pm

hmm... interesting...
so, even though it was cold the jetnoil still worked okay? (and was actually more effecient fuel-wise than the others?) so it IS a viable method for melting snow...

In GEAR » MELTING SNOW: Fuel Efficiency and Boil Time Comparisons of Four Gas Backpacking Stoves in Winter Conditions
November 15, 7:05pm

Thanks bill!
Nicely done Yukio!

In GEAR » Ultralight Outfitters Beer Can Stove System for Esbit Fuel
November 15, 12:59pm

Yukio's modified alcohol can kit
Yukio, Or someone who can read Japanese. very nice. Did you use a mint can to make that stove?

In GEAR » Ultralight Outfitters Beer Can Stove System for Esbit Fuel
November 14, 12:30pm

1/8" Ti Rods
Last I checked Mcmaster was one of the more expensive options for Ti Rods. A couple of sources: Online Metals Grade 2:$2-3/foot Grade 5: $12/foot OR Solid Graphite Rods?

In Make Your Own Gear » Modified Coleman Xtreme Stove
November 14, 12:26pm

Ti Rods?
I wonder if a couple of short lengths of those ti rods would work somehow... alternately small scraps of aluminum arrow heads... as long as they are below the burner it might / should work. especia...

In Make Your Own Gear » Modified Coleman Xtreme Stove
November 12, 3:14pm

mcmaster.com
You can buy it in three square foot minimum sections with whatever size openings you would like.

In Make Your Own Gear » welded stainless steel mesh
November 11, 2:04pm

yaktrax.
Yaktrax look about as light as would be practical for a bit of extra traction. don't have nay direct experience with using them beyond looking at them in the stores...

In GEAR » Non crampon ice traction (stabilicers, etc)
November 09, 11:45am

Noticed that as well
Should read 30mL treats 30 qts (at least based on the image of the label)

In GEAR » Klearwater.
November 09, 7:16am

Noodles with Spicy Peanut Sauce
Backpacker Magazine August 2005 1/2 c Peanut Butter (chunky OR creamy) 2 tbs Tamari 4 tsp Crushed Garlic 3 tbs Cider Vinegar 2 tsp Brown Sugar 3/4 tsp dried crushed red pepper 1/4 cup choppe...

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Backpacker Thai peanut noodle recipe
November 08, 8:08pm

All Reader Reviews by Joshua Mitchell

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Icebreaker Tech T Lite Superfine 140
This is my first Merino T-Shirt (though I have a couple other manufacturers). Wore it a few days straight in super-hot/humid Boy Scout Summer Camp... little to no smell... way comfortable... man I lik...

In Clothing - Baselayer & Fleece - WOOL
July 20, 12:54pm

Snow Peak Gigapower Ti
Got mine (Auto-Ignition) a couple years ago as my Xmas present to myself (single engineers have money...), loved it ever since.

In Stoves - Canister
August 02, 11:28am