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    Nice and simple - especially the cook kit. What are you using to pick up the hot pot?
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    Nice vid mate, thanks for sharing...

    Now English not being my first language but what kind of XYZ Kit was that mentioned @ 1:55 between the raincoat and the first UCR ....

    I played it a couple of times but couldn't figure it out. Once somebody will point it out I will most likely have a 'DUH' ... moment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragon360 View Post
    Nice and simple - especially the cook kit. What are you using to pick up the hot pot?
    Cotton handkerchief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by born2roam View Post
    Nice vid mate, thanks for sharing...

    Now English not being my first language but what kind of XYZ Kit was that mentioned @ 1:55 between the raincoat and the first UCR ....

    I played it a couple of times but couldn't figure it out. Once somebody will point it out I will most likely have a 'DUH' ... moment...

    Grtz Johan
    AntiGravity Gear cook kit. AntiGravity Gear is a cottage business here in the states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Risk View Post
    AntiGravity Gear cook kit. AntiGravity Gear is a cottage business here in the states.
    Thanks mate... I knew about AGG, just couldn't get my ears, mind, memory and all work together

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    Wow that's light! I just got back from Nordhouse Dunes just north of Ludington, MI. Pretty brutal out there! I had my base down to 20lb and think I would have froze to death otherwise. Stayed warm but the fleece jacket, down jacket and hardshell were all absolutely necessary.

    I didn't use my ~1lb hatchet once so I probably won't be taking that dead weight again.

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