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canister stoves like the MSR pocketrocket are the cheaper end and use only fuel canisters for fuel. for long distance liquid fuel stoves like the MSR dragonfly are better in the long run because of weight, and are sometimes able to burn just about anything short of water.
Would it be possible to have a link to a compilation of Arizona Trail information. Like a compilation of trail reviews and related articles? Maybe something like one of the index section? I know there are other sites out there with this information but for some reason i would just rather get it fro...
mine (ultralite full length) tore mysteriously under my bed (still tryin to figure that one out)matt gilbert wrote:Do they tear easily? How difficult are they to patch?
but they are pretty easy to repair, but you need to boil water for 10 minutes, so it's pretty fuel consuming
1.) LOVE IT! LOVE IT !!!!!!joe bartels wrote:How does everybody feel about the AZT?
Have you hiked ANY of it?
Do you want to hike ANY or ALL of it?
Do you like the layout?
2.) No, but we're working on that
3.) YES YES YES YES YEEEESSS
4.) Layout is fine, i guess
just out of curiosity, when are you planing on going, and thanks for the tipmatt gilbert wrote:Keep us posted how your plans are going, I am also thinking of hiking the AZ trail and its nice to hear how others are dealing with planning dynamics.
Youngboy: It may be pointless to you but just perhaps it has some point to others. I hope that you search for their points and decide rationally if any are valid. not to sound like a jerk, but "Saddam is bad" isnt a big enough reason to me for the US invade iraq, but one could argue forever on poin...