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All Forum Posts by Lynn Tramper

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Re: Canister failure: has this happened to you?
My first ever canister on my first ever canister stove developed a leak in my backyard when i was *playing* with the new toy. Discharged its contents in less than a minute. Even though I'm an...

In GEAR » Canister failure: has this happened to you?
April 11, 9:01pm

Re: The Hype of Dehydration and Heatstroke
Though I don't doubt the hype of heatstroke caused by dehydration, for me, even mild dehydration can cause a migraine. I am not alone in this. So I drink regularly, before I am actually thirst...

In Philosophy & Technique » The Hype of Dehydration and Heatstroke
April 10, 10:19pm

Re: How to enjoy wet weather? Rain is nature's embrace
"I really love the rain, it doesn't matter if I'm walking the dogs, yard work, or out in the wild." I enjoy gardening and walking the dogs in the rain. I can keep the exertion...

In Philosophy & Technique » Enjoying Continuously Wet Weather
April 10, 2:43pm

Re: Enjoying the wet
I can't say I've honestly ever enjoyed wet weather hiking. Like Rick, in these parts it generally turns into type 2/3 fun pretty quickly. Problem is, the weather here can barely be predic...

In Philosophy & Technique » Enjoying Continuously Wet Weather
April 09, 7:11pm

Re: Re: This is our America
Uh Oh Ben, you are in danger of starting another gun debate! Yes, America is insecure. Seems to be true no matter where you go in the world that those that *feel* they have the most to lose fee...

In Chaff » This is our America
April 04, 5:10pm

Re: Re: Re: This is our America
Yes, Ben, that graph is scary, and when you add it to the graph of GDP spending on health care, it is no surprise that America is suffering economic hardship. I guess the most reliable jobs are in...

In Chaff » This is our America
April 04, 12:57pm

Re: This is our America
"I also think 'we' really get off on being THE superpower. Has a nice ring to it. " Yeah, does sound good. I think this is now what North Korea wants too! I have to admit, ...

In Chaff » This is our America
April 03, 7:30pm

Re: Re: Re: This is our America
"I think it would be more meaningful if the U.S. bar was split somehow to reflect how much of those defense dollars are being spent to help other countries' defense needs " I have ...

In Chaff » This is our America
April 03, 3:57pm

Re: Carry both
I also carry both. 15 gram folding knife for camp chores, chopping salami etc... and a light pair of scissors. They both get lots of use! I also carry tweezers for pesky splinters. Guess I'...

In GEAR » Why a knife instead of scissors?
March 21, 2:52pm

Re: Enlightened Equipment cuben is back
"Have you ever noticed any condensation between the cuban fiber layers with the down fill? I believe the right combination of temperatures and moisture could produce this effect." Davi...

In GEAR » Enlightened Equipment cuben is back
March 14, 12:34pm

All Reader Reviews by Lynn Tramper

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PossumDown Glove Liner Gloves
This review is for the FINGERLESS version of the glove, so they are good for slightly different purposes than the full glove. These gloves are defintiely warm, but definitely delicate. They also don...

In Clothing - Headwear, Handwear
November 30, 3:02pm

Stephenson 2R
I agree with Petras summary, but would add that MY tent seemed to be defective to the extent that the inner tent around the window was almost hanging in our faces...I think this was a problem with sew...

In Shelters - Double Wall Tents
November 04, 12:30pm

Trail Designs Customer Service
I can't believe no one else has reviewed this company's service. They are so accomodating, so forward thinking and so revolutionary that I would vote for them as Best Cottage Company in the U...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
August 28, 3:43pm

Trail designs Caldera Fissure
As described in this thread This is the newest offering fro...

In Stoves - Other
July 17, 6:31pm

Vargo Triad
I'll add my thumbs-down to this stove. It's only redeeming features are that it looks cool, seems robust...and works fine as an Esbit stand (thus a 2 instead of a 1). For alcohol use it is ...

In Stoves - Alcohol
June 15, 1:55pm

Bushbuddy "Ultra" (BPL/Ryan Jordan/Arctic 1000 Version) Wood Stove
OK, I'll give this little gem a '5' too. I haven't used it yet in torrential rain though, so I may end up down-grading my rating at some stage. But in dry conditions this stove is ju...

In Stoves - Other
April 14, 8:43pm

Strike Master K1 Magnesium Mini Survival Fire Starter
http://www.campingsurvival.com/stmak1misufi.html This is my favourite fire starter of all time. It is light (3g for the striker and 11g for the combined flint and magnesium block), VERY easy to sp...

In First Aid and Survival Gear & Accessories
April 09, 4:18pm

BPL FireLite Mini Firestarter
I am pretty under-whelmed by this fire starter. I have been using the Strike Master K1 Magnesium Mini Survival Fire Starter (http://www.campingsurvival.com/stmak1misufi.html) for several years, and c...

In First Aid and Survival Gear & Accessories
April 09, 4:14pm

Montbell UL Comfort System Pillow
This pillow seems a lot more robust then the Flexair dual-chamber pillow I was using. It is more comfrotable as the triple chamber essentially cradles my head so it doesn't roll off the side. Be...

In Miscellaneous Products
March 06, 2:26pm

White Box Alcohol Stove
After my initial poor review, Bill sent me another stove to try (2 stoves actually!!). All three stoves performed poorly again, which made me suspicious about my fuel. When I finally got around to br...

In Stoves - Alcohol
March 06, 2:24pm