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    A Coleman Sportster liquid-fuel stove every hike...

    A Coleman Sportster liquid-fuel stove every hike in January and February. And any time I want to mess with people. :-)
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    I second the Byer. Been using a MMoskito for...

    I second the Byer. Been using a MMoskito for about a year. Just remember to use a 9' ridgeline.
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    by Nightwalker
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    Odd. Not my experience at all. In fact, it is the...

    Odd. Not my experience at all. In fact, it is the friendliest forum that I visit.

    Sorry that you had a bad experience.
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    I'm currently using and loving a Byer Moskito. It...

    I'm currently using and loving a Byer Moskito. It lays diagonally, has netting and weighs one pound.
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    Plenty of camping. Starting at 100 yards off of...

    Plenty of camping. Starting at 100 yards off of the Table Rock trail system. Water right at most of it, but for that one you'll have to bring water from Mill creek.

    Next group camping is at the...
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    I do when my dog is with me. When not, I hang PCT...

    I do when my dog is with me. When not, I hang PCT style. If done correctly, a bear needs thumbs to get the bag. The big if is picking the right size tree and limb.

    Until two years ago, I NEVER...
  7. I ordered something from him six days ago. Paypal...

    I ordered something from him six days ago. Paypal got the money, no shipping info available, and the website is nonexistent. No big deal, really, as PayPal will refund me, but y'all might want to...
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    I spoke earlier this year to someone there, and...

    I spoke earlier this year to someone there, and they still do hiker services. Including bringing a box to Dick's Creek (for a fee) if you don't want to come to town.
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    I'm slower than you guys, and I like to keep the...

    I'm slower than you guys, and I like to keep the load as low as possible. Plus, I hike with my dog and carry her food. That makes for an extra 10 oz per day. I almost always start at TRSP. I carry...
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    Candy ass, morbidly obese ass, what's the...

    Candy ass, morbidly obese ass, what's the difference?
  11. Bridgedale Trekkers. I've tried 'em all, and...

    Bridgedale Trekkers. I've tried 'em all, and they're my absolute favorite.
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    Darned shame, that...

    Darned shame, that...
  13. The first guy that I've ever seen define it in a...

    The first guy that I've ever seen define it in a way that I could buy into.
    No problem.
    I always thought you were in the club. :)
    It's easier than carrying it in all the time.
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    Helps to be an outcast and just not care. Helps...

    Helps to be an outcast and just not care. Helps more if trail is more home than home is.

    If you jave to ask, you can't afford it. :)
  15. Like father, like son. :D

    Like father, like son. :D
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    I just happened to find this thread. Park one car...

    I just happened to find this thread. Park one car at Bad Creek and the other at Laurel Valley on 178. Hike from that end. The first eight miles, from Laurel Valley to Laurel Fork Falls, is pretty...
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    You're easily knocked off center. That's one of...

    You're easily knocked off center. That's one of your charming points.
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    2 servings of PB in a dry cup of of "real"...

    2 servings of PB in a dry cup of of "real" oatmeal will really kick you down the trail as well. I put brown sugar and butter salt in 1 cup of oatmeal in a sandwich bag at the house, and have my wife...
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    No disrespect, but you're mistaken. I use a...

    No disrespect, but you're mistaken. I use a longish foil screen for mine every time I fire it up. You only cover 3 sides, and the foil comes out a good ways from the open side to give more wind...
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    The small Iso/Butane/Propane tank can be heated...

    The small Iso/Butane/Propane tank can be heated up in your shorts in less than 5 minutes to the point where it works like Summer time.

    I use my pocket rocket on a hike when I'm going to be...
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    I changed pots and put the frying pan/lid on a...

    I changed pots and put the frying pan/lid on a K-Mart grease pot. Perfect fit. I also got better heat distribution because of the larger surface area on the bottom of the pot. I'm trying out a...
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    It was much better back in '96 when there were...

    It was much better back in '96 when there were only 10 of us. :)
  23. Thread: Libraries

    by Nightwalker
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    I like the one in Hot Springs, NC. EDIT: Bluff...

    I like the one in Hot Springs, NC.

    EDIT: Bluff Mountain Outfitters in Hot Springs lets you use their computer as well.
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    Poll: The only reason that I voted no is that it makes...

    The only reason that I voted no is that it makes more work for the mods. They have enough headaches already.
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    I've got a Timex Sport 1440 that I've been...

    I've got a Timex Sport 1440 that I've been wearing 24/7 for 4 years now. Hiking, sweating, showering, etc. I'll throw it away when the battery finally dies.

    15.00 and the best equipment deal that...
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