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    cant have too many popcan stoves. i dehydrate my own meals so they are perfect for most things. great stuff but after 50-60 burns they can warp a bit especially if you boil heavier amounts of water. so always good to have a backup. mine burn well can boil 2 cups in 4min +or- 30sec. 5min= 1/2 oz alchohol

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    I'm looking forward to seeing your stoves; also interested in learning how to dehydrate. I've learned I don't like cooking in pots and having to wash dishes on the trail. When I'm tent camping with the kids it's a different story, then I cook nice fresh meals but I'm going to try to do most of my cooking and eating out of small freezer bags to save on weight and clean up.

    it's going to be a great hike!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gideon View Post
    I'm looking forward to seeing your stoves; also interested in learning how to dehydrate. I've learned I don't like cooking in pots and having to wash dishes on the trail. When I'm tent camping with the kids it's a different story, then I cook nice fresh meals but I'm going to try to do most of my cooking and eating out of small freezer bags to save on weight and clean up.

    it's going to be a great hike!!
    im bringing some hawk vittles this time,cb4 made them look good last hang.it really looked good when i was scrubbing my burned pot,and looked over and he just ate and stashed the bag.

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    Yeah, Hawk Vittles rock! Easy make, easy cleanup, and they taste great!
    With beauty all around you, may you walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CB4 View Post
    Yeah, Hawk Vittles rock! Easy make, easy cleanup, and they taste great!
    yeah i was droolin over your meal when i was eating my tuna surprise(taste was no surprise).will be good to see you guys again.

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    My Thanksgiving plans have changed, and I may be able to make this hang. If so, looking forward to it.

    edit: If I do make it I'll be heading down Friday night, and spending Friday night at the trail head. Is everyone else driving down Saturday morning?

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    I'm also moving away from cooking in the pot as I explained; I had cleaning dishes on the trail. I like a good hot meal/drink so I'm not going to go "cookless" like some of the ultralight enthusiasts but the dehydrated meal are really convenient and a cook setup geared toward only heating water is light and easy.

    Getting closer!

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    ill be there fri nite. but it will be around 8 or 9 pm. i love to arrive in a new place in the dark. so exciting. then you wake up in a whole new world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soulsurvivor View Post
    ill be there fri nite. but it will be around 8 or 9 pm. i love to arrive in a new place in the dark. so exciting. then you wake up in a whole new world.
    look for me i might get there friday afternoon.i might be up for a night hike to the top,wouldnt be hard to twist my arm.

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    have you done this hike before? what is it like? i am a bit of a night wanderer. sounds cool to me

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