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Casey Bowden (clbowden) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale Berkeley Hills
About Me In 1999 I rode a bike from Oregon to Virgina using lightweight backpacking methods from Ray Jardine's book, Hiking the PCT. My first backpacking experience came 1 year later and I have been hooked ever since.
CityKensington
StateCA
CountryUSA
My Website URLhttp://CaseyAndEmily.com

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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: canister windscreen
Thanks Jerry!

In Make Your Own Gear » canister windscreen
October 01, 2:28pm

Re: Re: Re: canister windscreen
Thanks Jerry, Any issue with the Al getting too hot and melting? Also, do you think adding more holes would make it closer in efficiency to the folded version?

In Make Your Own Gear » canister windscreen
October 01, 1:53pm

Re: canister windscreen
Gerry, How was your old (non-folded) windscreen secured to the pot?

In Make Your Own Gear » canister windscreen
October 01, 12:37pm

"SEKI National Park 10 day Loop"
Thanks Amy!

In Post-Trip Reports » SEKI National Park 10 day Loop
September 14, 3:50pm

Re: SEKI National Park 10 day Loop
Great trip Amy. Are you going to put more photos on SnugMug? Also, did you and Jim follow your typical no-cooking approach? If so, would you mind commenting on your food choices?

In Post-Trip Reports » SEKI National Park 10 day Loop
September 14, 2:18pm

Re: Fittin' it all in one
Eric, The Fire Maple 117T and canister (220 gram I think) easily fit in my Evernew 1.3L titanium pot, as the photo below shows. They did not fit in my 0.9L Evernew Titanium pot. Interestingly en...

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 13, 2:54pm

Re: Re: Down Jacket Shoot-out: GoLite Bitterroot vs. Rab Infinity
Nice article. You might want to check the math in the down weight / total weight ratios. For the woman's Bitterroot it should be in the low 40's, either 4.9/12.0 = 40.8% or 140/340 = 41.2%.

In Editor's Roundtable » Down Jacket Shoot-out: GoLite Bitterroot vs. Rab Infinity
September 12, 4:40pm

Re: All very helpful
Jim, Have a great trip. The link below has some photos of Ionian Basin via Black Giant Pass. http://caseyandemily.com/Backpack/2012/07_Ionian/Day2.htm edited to add link

In Pre-Trip Planning » Bishop Pass South-North Lake Loop ideas
September 12, 2:32pm

Re: Re: Re: Re: Remote Canister Stove with Windscreen vs. Stove with Heat Exchanger Pot
Erik, Thanks for the explanation. I made a foil windscreen similar to the one you posted above for my canister mounted Snowpeak stove and, not unexpectedly, it is badly beaten after minimal use....

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 10, 3:00pm

Re: Re: Remote Canister Stove with Windscreen vs. Stove with Heat Exchanger Pot
Hi Eric, I thought the point of the heat exchanger pots was that you did NOT need a windscreen, I've certainly never seen a Jetboil user with one. The stove and canister will NOT fit in t...

In GEAR » New Stove Gear: Fire Maple 117t and XK6 "HE" Pot
September 10, 1:16pm

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