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#22871 - 04/14/12 02:41 PM Re: Cold Weather Tips for Gas Stoves [Re: hikin_jim]
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15/16 + 3/8 - 1/2 X 17/14 = ?

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#22872 - 04/14/12 05:39 PM Re: Cold Weather Tips for Gas Stoves [Re: Glenn]
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Originally Posted By: Glenn
Hikin' Jim,

You realize, of course, that's the same myth that says if you put wine in your spaghetti sauce all of the alcohol will just boil-off right away. It doesn't happen like that for the reasons you explained.


tested that in the field in Corsica - yummie - bottle in the middle went into the sauce, well, some of it grin

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#22873 - 04/14/12 05:46 PM Re: Cold Weather Tips for Gas Stoves [Re: Whitney Fan]
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15/16 + 3/8 - 1/2 X 17/14 = 79/112 = 0.705357142

Fish: There's no stove in that picture, and it's definitely not cold weather. Therefore, your post is off-topic. grin

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#22891 - 04/15/12 06:47 PM Re: Cold Weather Tips for Gas Stoves [Re: Whitney Fan]
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Originally Posted By: Whitney Fan
15/16 + 3/8 - 1/2 X 17/14 = ?
Now THAT is what I call fractioning.

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#22961 - 04/17/12 10:01 AM Re: Cold Weather Tips for Gas Stoves [Re: Fishmonger]
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Originally Posted By: Fishmonger
tested that in the field in Corsica - yummie - bottle in the middle went into the sauce, well, some of it grin

Hey, nice Jansport. What model? What year?

HJ
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#22974 - 04/17/12 01:37 PM Re: Cold Weather Tips for Gas Stoves [Re: hikin_jim]
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Originally Posted By: hikin_jim
Originally Posted By: Fishmonger
tested that in the field in Corsica - yummie - bottle in the middle went into the sauce, well, some of it grin

Hey, nice Jansport. What model? What year?

HJ


no clue about the model, but this was 1984 and I think it was new to me that year. Didn't like it very much - very soft overall and the internal frame on it was too flexible for its size.

The GAZ Bleuet stove was somewhere nearby and about to go into action.
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#22993 - 04/17/12 06:19 PM Re: Cold Weather Tips for Gas Stoves [Re: Fishmonger]
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1984? That's about when I bought my old Jansport D2, an enormous external frame pack. Good pack for that monster load. Yipes.

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