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[at-l] re: FF bag/ fuel bottle
- Subject: [at-l] re: FF bag/ fuel bottle
- From: Michael Henderson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 16 Jan 1997 10:34:52 -0800
ff make possibly the best bags (sandy and alison it seems would vouch for
western mountaineering). being 'in the industry', i got a couple 700 loft
down pillows from them for home, and i sleep great! and dry loft is the
way to go. you should be very happy with it on the trail.
judging by the amount of water you boil, maybe the 11 oz is a little too
small for a whisperlite. i took the 22oz, and just didn't fill it up all
the way when i didn't have to. it gave me the security of having a little
extra in case of emergency.
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Michael Henderson email@example.com
There is more to life than increasing it's speed - Ghandi
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