Always bring a little bit of duct tape with you; you never know when you might need it.
On my last trip I discovered this small leak on the bottom of my pad. Taping it up kept me from sleeping on the hard rocks. The tape on the bottom of the pad was from a few years go when a spark landed on it while snow camping.
What works well for me is wrapping some duct tape around my lip balm.
Fancee Feest Stove with simmer ring
3 in baking pan
Heet (yellow bottle) alcohol
Backcountry titanium pot (like this)
Cheap pie crust pan (cut up for spacer in mug)
Pancake batter (cause I had it already)
Used 3/4 oz of fuel for about a 13.5 minute burn. Next time I think I will try a little less and shoot for 11 minute bake time.
I baked with dried cherries first, but chocolate chips were better :)
I bet plain with honey would be good too.
Day 3 with my Phantom 2. I’m starting to learn what works and what doesn’t. Definitely need to learn to throttle on turns and pans.
I’m a very active person who is constantly on the move, running, biking, hiking, you name it, and no matter what I’m doing I always love having my camera with me but never the camera bag. That is, until I found the Lowepro Photo Sport 200 AW.
I’ve been wanting to make a mountain bike video for a while now but, just haven’t done it yet. The other night I thought to myself, “It sure would be cool to get some flying camera shots though the trees”. After doing some quick research on YouTube I discovered making my own cable cam could be easy. So today I whipped one up.
Here’s a few pics and a short test video. I can’t wait to try it out on the trails!
I used my cable cam for the first time in this video