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What I carry.
Here is what I carry, mini bic stormproof matches small pill bottle of tinder, usually fill it up with pine resin in the field 2 esbits as an emergency, get a fire started no matter what sort ...

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » Do you carry a backup fire starter? What and Why or Why Not?
June 16, 4:55pm

Re: the next meal
Smell yes, taste probably not.

In GEAR » How to cook fish without a fire: steaming or grilling with Sidewinder setup?
June 16, 2:34pm

Re: REI
my local REI recently stopped renting gear. idk if that has happened elsewhere.

In GEAR » Gear Rental
June 16, 1:02pm

Re: Just-add-water meals. Any ideas?
You can cook up any meal at home, dehydrate it, and add hot water in the field. I like instant mash potatoes. Super easy, powder so they don't take up much space, and always taste good.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Just-add-water meals. Any ideas?
June 16, 12:17pm

Re: The larger one...
JJ, I think the slightly larger one is worth it. You can pack things inside the skillet so it doesn't take up that much more space. The flex is the perfect size for mountain trout. I can usu...

In GEAR » Best UL non-stick frying pan for the trail?
June 15, 5:52pm

Re: How to cook fish without a fire: steaming or grilling with Sidewinder setup?
I've straight up boiled fish before, not as part of a soup or anything. It tasted fine. It's the easiest way to cook a fish, no worries about overcooking or burning.

In GEAR » How to cook fish without a fire: steaming or grilling with Sidewinder setup?
June 15, 5:32pm

Re: Long sleeve hiking shirts
Ex-officio makes some great hot weather synthetic button ups.

In GEAR » Long sleeve hiking shirts
June 15, 4:24pm

Re: Re: Removing the handle...
My msr skillet has that same handle, pops off and attaches very easily. I don't see the handle being heavier than a pot grabber.

In GEAR » Best UL non-stick frying pan for the trail?
June 15, 12:17pm

chair
takes a bit of work, but very comfortable. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KH6yqDFGRqI

In Philosophy & Technique » Technique: How do you Sit on the Ground (Comfortably)?
June 14, 12:13am

Re: Should we do the JMT this year?
I was in the Sierras last year around august, which I think was worse than this year but not sure. All of the major river and waterways had plenty of water and were flowing well. They were not ful...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Should we do the JMT this year?
June 13, 10:11pm

All Reader Reviews by Justin Baker

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Gregory Tarne 36
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In Backpacks - Internal Frame
August 13, 11:53am