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    A bit of slapdash editing with Photoshop will...

    A bit of slapdash editing with Photoshop will restore it enough to pass muster with the average casual viewer! :D
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    No worries. That just looks like one of those...

    No worries. That just looks like one of those "spreadsheet queen" lists.

    Could cut weight with the hammock going with 1.6 Hexon single vs 1.0 double (1.6 is plenty durable), and an 11' tarp is...
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    Acquire this gear and then take it out on a...

    Acquire this gear and then take it out on a couple of overnighters with easy bailout, gradually extending to a couple of nights and then a week or 2, in good weather and bad. Any inadequacies will...
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    Then you wouldn't be happy with an ultralight...

    Then you wouldn't be happy with an ultralight pack. They're typically intended for TPW (total pack weight) of 25lbs max, and most frameless packs are going to be "happiest" in the 15-17 lb range. And...
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    Maybe some Laundry Day Shorts...

    Maybe some Laundry Day Shorts. 2-gallon freezer Ziploc and small container of Dawn for a backcountry washing machine.

    Small tube of Lotrimin if you have athlete's foot.
  6. I'd love to do Uinta Highline. On my bucket...

    I'd love to do Uinta Highline.

    On my bucket list, and I'd best hurry because I'm getting near the bottom of the bucket.
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    I can totally see the argument for a separate...

    I can totally see the argument for a separate camera, even though cellphone cams really are excellent these days. So that's a bit of extra weight and "care and feeding" that should be considered...
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    LOL I didn't before but zoomed in on the 4th pic...

    LOL I didn't before but zoomed in on the 4th pic and sure 'nuff!! :sun

    Glad those are working well for you... I have a few pairs with anywhere from hundreds to thousands of miles on 'em.
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    DAAA-Yummm! Those are sweet. Craftsmanship looks...

    DAAA-Yummm! Those are sweet. Craftsmanship looks top notch. :)
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    No worries! It was kinda "burned" into my memory!...

    No worries! It was kinda "burned" into my memory! :D
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    Info here...

    Info here detailing system I used for 3-cup boil with 1x 14g tab. Did it many times.
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    I gave it a pretty good shot back in the day. It...

    I gave it a pretty good shot back in the day. It would take some clever final push in efficiency to achieve an actual rolling boil.
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    HERE...

    HERE ya go... 2015 on BPL. But I was using the legless BGET and my own cylinder type Ti pot support at that time... you may recall, at some point we also discussed my theory of increased 'dwell time'...
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    Correct. 14g (weight) is right at 17.5ml...

    Correct. 14g (weight) is right at 17.5ml (volume), which isn't going to boil 3 cups even with a very efficient setup.

    Many times I've boiled 3 cups in the Open Country 3-cup pot (a classic that is...
  15. Whatever tent you get it's a good idea to stake...

    Whatever tent you get it's a good idea to stake it down.
  16. Cold and rain, the worst combo. Managing layers...

    Cold and rain, the worst combo. Managing layers can be a challenge even for the most experienced.
  17. Thread: Low tech.

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    What's all this talk about Youth in Asia? I fully...

    What's all this talk about Youth in Asia? I fully support 'em, and for all you naysayers....

    Euthanasia, Emily.

    Never mind...
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    Poll: Good story. I carry the inreach mini and use...

    Good story.

    I carry the inreach mini and use it to ping my wife, once in the morning and in the evening when I get to the spot where I'm going to camp. Most times I'll also text her with the phone...
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    Wow. My money's on her. :D

    Wow. My money's on her. :D
  20. Don't ask, don't tell. Much ado about nothing...

    Don't ask, don't tell.

    Much ado about nothing if you can keep your mouth shut.

    And you're going to end up with Heet anyway since it's readily available in the right amount for the job.
  21. Very impressive feat! What is amazing is that...

    Very impressive feat!

    What is amazing is that they got that many days in a row without crazy high wind.
  22. Thread: Tent size

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    No, not at all.

    No, not at all.
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    Although I think that the soft copper will work,...

    Although I think that the soft copper will work, this is what I've been using for a long time. Spec is 1" width, 20mil (.020") thick.

    Used in the normal temperatures where canisters start needing...
  24. True, but fantasy is routinely tempered by...

    True, but fantasy is routinely tempered by reality, almost 100% of the time, in almost any endeavor.

    The fantasy being, hey that looks easy... I'll just buy some gear, load it up and start...
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    Thanks, in fact I remember that one from a few...

    Thanks, in fact I remember that one from a few years back. I think the edge taping would be the most tedious part.

    I made a tyvek tarp that I actually used a couple of times when I was a ground...
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