A relatively light, compact, and quiet white gas stove. It was just marketed wrongly. And the stove came out at the wrong time.
A very large, no longer made “ultralight backpacking shelter” that I would never take backpacking. But works well for base camp.
I am loaning out this classic sleeping bag for a little bit. Some musings on why a sleeping bag or quilt is not an item to dirt bag if the budget permits.
A look back at an older shelter that is very versatile. And one I am thinking of cycling back in for some planned trips with possible mixed conditions.
Another Throw Back Thursday gear edition. The warmest boots around – Extreme Cold Vapor Barrier Boots (Type II) aka Bunny Boots.
A look at a company whose gear always seems to creep into a person’s outdoor kit at one time or another.
TBT follow-up to my surprisingly popular article on Pecorino Romano cheese. How to keep all cheese even longer in the backcountry? Use some cheesecloth.
An odd pack that is “neither fish nor fowl”, but ends up being surprisingly useful.
It is Throwback Thursday with a look at cast iron cook gear! The old school cookware that is suitable for in home or camp.
Another Throwback Thursday look at gear. This time a simple pair of ragg wool socks I’ve used for many ski tour days.