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    Time is going by fast :D You did a great deal of...

    Time is going by fast :D You did a great deal of testing with the Inferno and the no spill Starlyte XL3

    I ordered more of the lids that were used at the time of the Inferno testing, should have...
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    When I prepare meals, they can't cool down fast...

    When I prepare meals, they can't cool down fast enough for me :D I heat my water to approx 180* and dump it into a ziploc with MountainHouse goodness and then wait 5 min. It don't take long to...
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    Yes, the vienna bites are more popular, shoulda...

    Yes, the vienna bites are more popular, shoulda said those originally :-) Check Familyy Dollar also...maybe Dollar Tree has them.
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    A breeze is just a breeze........windscreens have...

    A breeze is just a breeze........windscreens have always been recommend when using any kind of stove to prevent loss of heat. The keep the heat concentrated around the pot and prevent a breeze from...
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    I quote Gary Dunckel: After Gary did more...

    I quote Gary Dunckel:



    After Gary did more testing he came back 5 days later with this comment:



    So that was some results of cozy, no cozy. :)
  6. Thread: Sterno Inferno,

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    Some good info in this thread on the Sterno...

    Some good info in this thread on the Sterno Inferno

    also: https://whiteblaze.net/forum/showthread.php/122063-Pot-choice?p=2182055&viewfull=1#post2182055
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    Get a can of Armour Vienna Sausage, holds 9.25...

    Get a can of Armour Vienna Sausage, holds 9.25 oz. and the xl3 might fit and allow lid to fit. My Inferno is packed away right now and not sure if I have the sausage can handy to check the fit.
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    My favorite kit nowadays is the Sterno Inferno...

    My favorite kit nowadays is the Sterno Inferno pot with heat exchange fins (30% more feul efficient) the Starlyte xl3 with small opening, lightweight lid made of aluminum and aa titanium pot...
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    Wow, that was long ago. Yes, let's convince B&M...

    Wow, that was long ago. Yes, let's convince B&M to include nuts and Natural Medjool Dates.

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    I had a slice this evening and it was a doubled...

    I had a slice this evening and it was a doubled treat because I added some cut up(3) Natural Medjool Dates. The dates are no doubt the most delicious I've ever tasted. Life just got better! :)
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    A list of books for South Eastern states: ...

    A list of books for South Eastern states:

    https://www.fs.fed.us/wildflowers/features/books/southbooks.shtml
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    Dan, this video has a section on the use of...

    Dan, this video has a section on the use of horsetail plant. I came across the video just this past week on public television channel. It lists 4-5 useful books:
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    Do you use a BGET?

    Do you use a BGET?
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    Tipi Walter...

    Tipi Walter , what do you think about when you're on the trails once you're all packed up in the morning and just heading out?
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    We're all out there to hike our own way of...

    We're all out there to hike our own way of hiking. 47363
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    You are in the first stage of hypothermia if you...

    You are in the first stage of hypothermia if you like that smell :D

    I dislike the smell but like the btu's it has.
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    Heat those 400 calories up to 125 degrees first,...

    Heat those 400 calories up to 125 degrees first, then eat and shivering stops...... Yes, I remember what you said :D
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    The no-spill Starlyte Stove with integrated...

    The no-spill Starlyte Stove with integrated stainless steel pot support has the ability to hold the fuel within the absorbing material safely. If tipped over the fuel remains in the stove. The stove...
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    Is Stoveless a safety issue...

    Is Stoveless a safety issue
    Big Old Dog has been convinced not to take a stove along for safety. The title of the thread indicates he has a concern but he was convinced by the comments to go...
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    Lost hiker's decision to wait for help on trail...

    Lost hiker's decision to wait for help on trail was right -- at first
    MAY 31, 2016 / 6:47 PM / CBS/AP

    PORTLAND, Maine -- An Appalachian Trail hiker who died after getting lost in the woods of...
  21. :welcome 7'3" flutch. You will have to keep your...

    :welcome 7'3" flutch. You will have to keep your head low while hiking the Appalachian Trail when in the woodlands :D

    Any photos of yourself showing your height?

    Thanks for sharing your info...
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    Their is nothing better than a hot meal after...

    Their is nothing better than a hot meal after hiking a long cold or wet day siting next to the campfire. :D

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    Having "Uncontrollable Shivering" you will not be...

    Having "Uncontrollable Shivering" you will not be able to function very well at all. You would probably not be able to setup your tent and get into your sleeping bag.
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    Thank you Five Tango for your help.

    Thank you Five Tango for your help.
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    Does the Ursack have a loop of sorts on the...

    Does the Ursack have a loop of sorts on the bottom of it to help get it secured to the top of your ULA CDT. Is the single strap affixted permanently to your pack?
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