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    Senior Member fred1diver's Avatar
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    no pics but nice stuff (camera's dead)
    nice merino shirt, cap and socks all icebreaker's
    more wool socks
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    rope (cheap but still rope!!!)
    a very nice fossil watch
    and some other goodies

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    Ceramic Knife

    Ooh, I think I recognize that hunters ceramic. I bouth a little EOD/Electricians knife from http://www.ceramicknife.org/ , will admit that the hunter looks pretty smart.

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    Christmas day creations

    For learning how to use snowshoes at the MN Frozen Butt Hang, I made a pair of 24" tall, Chippewa style, leather and canvas mukluks with mil-surplus wool felt liners and 3/8" wool felt sole inserts. They are toasty, and ultralight!

    I also made a Gutter Nail Wallet for keeping track of the dozen 8" nails Kayak Karl sent me!

    Smiling Face gave me a Kindle! I plan to take it into the woods, so I'm wondering which of these to get? I'd also like to get one of these.

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    For me:
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    For the boys:
    Petal tikka2 xp headlamps
    Spyderco dragonfly2 folders

    For the three of us:
    Icebox igloo tool. Currently have a 10' diameter igloo about half done as we ran out of daylight yesterday. Fun!

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    Senior Member Bradley's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MacEntyre View Post
    For learning how to use snowshoes at the MN Frozen Butt Hang, I made a pair of 24" tall, Chippewa style, leather and canvas mukluks with mil-surplus wool felt liners and 3/8" wool felt sole inserts. They are toasty, and ultralight!

    - MacEntyre
    I sure like the looks of them . . .
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    Good choices in books Mac
    Also like the mukluks & nail wallet!

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    I got a new Mora knife and a Soto torch (lighter-powered one). I am excited to use it for winter camping coming up soon.

    P.s. I know you read and hear about people raving, but the Mora is by far the sharpest knife I have bought or have seen out of box.
    Just when I thought you couldn't possibly be any dumber, you go and do something like this... and totally redeem yourself!

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    eno doublenest, eno tarp, and eno bugnet

    hope thse pics uploaded my laptop is about to meet its maker i think. anywho got a bunch of hammock/hiking stuff this yr.

    eno double nest
    eno tarp
    eno bugnet
    comfy wool sox
    stakes for the tarp
    some mtn. house food stuff
    and the brown book of hiking trails in the smokies
    and some other stuff i can't remember
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradley View Post
    I sure like the looks of them . . .
    Thank you! They are ultra simple. I made 'em straight out of The Snow Walker's Companion, to fit the wool felt boot liners I found at a mil surplus store.
    Quote Originally Posted by ShadowAlpha View Post
    Good choices in books Mac
    Also like the mukluks & nail wallet!
    Thank you, too! I gave Thing1 the edible plants book by the US Army... she'll undoubtedly have that with her every time we hike.

    Should'a named it the Gutter Nail Rollup!
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