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Re[2]: [at-l] Re: Tuckerizing the pack



     I was all excited when Galyans started stocking lexan cups, till I 
     bought one, brought it home and weighed it, and found it heavier than 
     the metal Sierra Cup that went GA->ME with me in '79. Dang! Another 
     equipment acquisition gone wrong.
     
     Sloetoe.


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Subject: Re: [at-l] Re: Tuckerizing the pack
Author:  "Cora Drake" <cora_drake@hotmail.com> at ima
Date:    8/5/99 1:02 PM


I use a Lexan cup with measuring marks on it because it's lightweight, let's 
me dip when necessary, gives me something to put food or beverage into while 
I'm cooking another phase of the same meal, doesn't burn my mouth when I 
drink from it.  JPJ
     
>From: "KC" <felton@bluenet.net>
>To: "At-l" <at-l@backcountry.net>
>Subject: Re: [at-l] Re: Tuckerizing the pack 
>Date: Fri, 6 Aug 1999 03:20:14 -0700
>
> >It looks like you have thought out your pack weight carefully.  I don't 
> >always carry a cup, but a cup is nice if the water source is low on 
>water.
> >Gutsy
>
>
>We used a leaf,,,a large leaf for getting water. It makes a perfect spout. 
>In fact,,,I'd leave the leaf in place for others. One day,,,we found a leaf 
>set up already! Works much better than a cup. KC
>
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