Comments for WildernessDave.com http://wildernessdave.com ...Life, Love and Adventure from an Arizona Hiker... Sat, 11 Oct 2014 21:35:05 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 Comment on New Stuff from Solo Stove… by dave stewart http://wildernessdave.com/new-stuff-solo-stove/#comment-214508 Sat, 11 Oct 2014 21:35:05 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2611#comment-214508 Great idea on the larger capacity. I reviewed the Solo stove over at my site and it is definately one of the best wood burners out there. Keep me informed as you move through the process and let me know when I can link out to a finished product. Keep me posted or connect with me when you get a chance.

dave

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Comment on New Stuff from Solo Stove… by Solo Stove Campfire is what campers need - Trail Sherpa http://wildernessdave.com/new-stuff-solo-stove/#comment-212592 Thu, 09 Oct 2014 18:29:52 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2611#comment-212592 […] now Solo Stove has changed it all for the better. Like Wilderness Dave, I’d much rather take a cooking solution that I know will serve my needs without the […]

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Comment on Solo Stove Backpacking cooking stove… by New Stuff from Solo Stove... - WildernessDave.com http://wildernessdave.com/review/solo-stove-backpacking-cooking-stove/#comment-211540 Wed, 08 Oct 2014 17:26:20 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?post_type=reviews&p=1542#comment-211540 […] you guys remember, I reviewed the SoloStove a while back and was pretty impressed with it. It’s a pretty nice, lightweight, found-fuel […]

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Comment on Test Run with a Teardrop Trailer… by David Creech http://wildernessdave.com/test-run-with-a-teardrop-trailer/#comment-211528 Wed, 08 Oct 2014 17:05:19 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2226#comment-211528 I don’t have any resources for this anymore. Sorry.

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Comment on Camp Creek Road: Solo Adventure on the KLR… by David Creech http://wildernessdave.com/camp-creek-road-solo-adventure-klr/#comment-211527 Wed, 08 Oct 2014 17:05:03 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2584#comment-211527 Stuart,

It looks like Old School Teardrops is no longer in business. I’m not sure who else out here still rents them. Good luck, if you find someone decent let me know too.

D

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Comment on Camp Creek Road: Solo Adventure on the KLR… by Stuart http://wildernessdave.com/camp-creek-road-solo-adventure-klr/#comment-186600 Mon, 08 Sep 2014 02:05:51 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2584#comment-186600 Hi Dave
I saw your comments about renting a Teardrop trailer from Old School in Goodyear AZ. I have tried to contact them, but Website seems out of order. Do you have a Phone number you could share with me. I also saw on your blog that someone was renting Teardrops in Glendale, AZ, but he posted on his site that he does not have time for that business anymore. I plan to go to Zion in the first week of Oct from L.A and thought I could pick up a Teardrop in AZ. Any suggestions would be great
Than You
Stuart

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Comment on Test Run with a Teardrop Trailer… by CARMEN PALMISANO http://wildernessdave.com/test-run-with-a-teardrop-trailer/#comment-184633 Fri, 05 Sep 2014 21:10:24 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2226#comment-184633 CAN YOU GUIDE ME AS TO WHERE I CAN RENT A TEARDROM HERE IN AZ WE ARE GOING ON A WEEK AND A HALF TRIP TO NEW MEXICO FOR THE HOT AIR BALLON FIESTA.
PLEASE EMAIL ME BACK
THANK YOU.

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Comment on Testing Columbia’s Omni-Freeze Zero… by John http://wildernessdave.com/testing-columbia-omni-freeze-zero/#comment-182938 Thu, 04 Sep 2014 06:34:20 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2183#comment-182938 I recently purchased the omni-freeze zero air-gill fishing shirt and I have to say, I didn’t notice a difference in my temperature. I am hot wearing a regular cotton shirt and I’m just as hot when wearing the omni-freeze shirt. The biggest advantage of the omni-freeze shirt are the vents. This allows air to circulate and I have noticed that my sweat dries a lot quicker compared to the cotton shirt. This isn’t a miracle product but the shirt does have very useful features such as the extendable collar, zipped pockets and mesh-covered vents stopping pesky critters having easy access to your flesh. As for the omni-freeze cooling system, I am less than impressed. Paying over US$100 for a shirt isn’t something I usually do and I won’t be doing again for a long time. I rate the omni-freeze shirt 4/10, it would be 6/10 if it wasn’t so expensive.

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Comment on Camp Creek Road: Solo Adventure on the KLR… by David Creech http://wildernessdave.com/camp-creek-road-solo-adventure-klr/#comment-170400 Sat, 23 Aug 2014 17:33:46 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2584#comment-170400 Building a little network of the RIGHT kind of people to do this sort of remote exploring is important. But being prepared to self-extract or self-rescue is also important. Even if you are traveling with a group, there is always the possibility of getting separated. The realizations of what is needed seem to be pretty common sense stuff, so I’m not surprised your list was basically the same.

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Comment on Camp Creek Road: Solo Adventure on the KLR… by Heidi @BananaBuzzbomb http://wildernessdave.com/camp-creek-road-solo-adventure-klr/#comment-170329 Sat, 23 Aug 2014 16:40:32 +0000 http://wildernessdave.com/?p=2584#comment-170329 As you know, I’m really digging these write ups since we’re delving somewhat into the same stuff. It’s funny that you had all of those realizations because as we adventured last weekend we did too. We were surprised there was literally no one out where we were….good for adventure, bad if you have trouble. Not only do we need to find some riding buddies but we need to invest in some hardware/equipment…especially a decent GPS.

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