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Re: Re: Photos of the Oven Pot Parka
I usually use the heat exchanger with the pot parka, but I use it to keep from burning the pot parka. It keeps the wind from pushing the parka close to the stoves flame. I wrap the wind screen ar...

In Winter Hiking » Pot size for melting snow
December 27, 5:13pm

Pot Parka 3
The bigger pot parka is shorter than the smaller diameter pot parka. They will burn. They discolor slightly and really smell bad when they burn. I have only burned the smaller diameter one....

In Winter Hiking » Pot size for melting snow
December 27, 2:49pm

pot parka 2

In Winter Hiking » Pot size for melting snow
December 27, 2:45pm

pot parka
Tony hopefully these pictures will help "When you use the Oven Pot Parka, is it "tall" enough to fully enclose the pot and the stove?" There are multiple sizes of pot park...

In Winter Hiking » Pot size for melting snow
December 27, 2:44pm

soft snow stake
This is the Bibler version of the soft snow stake Al is talking about. If you are going to make some soft stakes use cord or webbing that does not absorb water.

In GEAR » consensus on winter stakes?
December 22, 8:58am

Re: consensus on winter stakes?
I have used the Kifaru SST pins. They are not real light. They hold well. Sometimes you can not drive them through the ice. Here are stakes with the 8 man tepee.

In GEAR » consensus on winter stakes?
December 20, 5:07pm

Re: Re: Pot size for melting snow
"The MSR Heat Exchanger, however, doesn't work. At least that's what I've found in my field tests and also in those done by others. In these tests it was found to INCREASE boiling ...

In Winter Hiking » Pot size for melting snow
December 19, 5:22pm

prototype
Thanks for you optimism Neil. I will remember 'prototype'. It is all how you look at the issue isn't it? It looks like a 'prototype' to me, it does not look homemade.

In Make Your Own Gear » The Homemade look--Aargh!
November 30, 8:05am

sponge
Cut a kitchen sponge in half, it will help you mop up the condensation. Setting up in a breeze should also help. I never liked the idea of sleeping with a candle latern going. CO poisoning comes...

In GEAR » candle lantern vs. condensation?
October 27, 8:03am

Compass
The Brunton Model 54LU Combi might be worth looking at. I have used it at night. http://www.brunton.com/product.php?id=101 instructions at http://www.brunton.com/manuals/current/Compasses/54lu.pdf

In GEAR » Compass recommendation?
September 17, 7:01pm

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