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About Me I was backpacking ultralight before Ray ever published!

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Re: Any more opinions?
I created my own Inferno insert for my Titanium Caldera. About all I see is that it makes the wood burn a little more completely and efficiently, and the remaining ash is reduced. So, I don't s...

In GEAR » How much of a benefit does the TD Ti Tri Inferno insert provide for wood burning?
April 10, 11:47pm

Re: Layer question for early Sept JMT -- is fleece enough or do I need to go puffy?
Obviously the fleece is smarter for wet weather, and the puffy down is smarter for dry weather. September along the JMT is unpredicatable. Sometimes there is a continuation of the dry summer sea...

In Gear Lists » Layer question for early Sept JMT -- is fleece enough or do I need to go puffy?
April 10, 11:42pm

Re: micro-webbing
You guys are terrible! Thanks. Early this morning, I could barely find any. Now I have almost too many choices. The various vendors state the width, but nobody states the thickness. It's har...

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 10, 11:19pm

Re: Snowpeak Gigapower Manual vs Snowpeak Litemax
For a canister stove head, it is difficult to get much below 1.6 or 1.7 ounces. --B.G.--

In GEAR » Snowpeak Gigapower Manual vs Snowpeak Litemax
April 10, 10:24pm

Re: Re: MLD Proto at SoCal GGG
"talk lead" You're just a pencil-neck geek unless you talk graphite. --B.G.--

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » GGG in Southern CA
April 10, 7:30pm

Re: Re: micro-webbing
"fold over and sew 1/2" grosgrain?" 0.04 inch thickness is going to be hard to get that way. --B.G.--

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 10, 3:02pm

Re: re: micro-webbing
Thanks, Gary, but I need a few feet, minimum. Seattle Fabrics may be the only game in town unless I want to buy a 500meter spool of it. --B.G.--

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 10, 2:47pm

Re: micro webbing
Thanks. The 3/8" may be the closest that I can get. --B.G.--

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 10, 2:46pm

micro-webbing
We all know how a lot of outdoor gear has some sort of nylon webbing strap, maybe an inch wide, more or less. I'm looking for a length of tiny stuff, maybe a quarter-inch wide and about 0.04...

In Make Your Own Gear » micro-webbing
April 10, 2:03pm

Re: Presidential traverse (White Mtns, NH) escape routes.
"wind was too strong" You know the wind is too strong when you can't even get up to crawl. Been there, done that. --B.G.--

In Gear Lists » LIST: SUL below freezing possible?
April 10, 1:55pm

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