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Here is an ongoing selection of gear I’ve acquired, made, or find useful in travel.I will try to limit this to things I actually use and are specifically for camping.Other than taking photos, hiking , climbing and Kayaking,, collecting Retro Backpacks, Lanterns, Tents, Ice Axes and really anything to do with the outdoors is a fun ( though sometimes expense) hobby. Am looking for both RR carabiners and the original Galibier shoe if anyone has either please let me know. I havent found a CODE or Model Number for this tent. Just picked up a 1965 Gerry Yearound Two Man tent in mint condition. I also still beat all my buddies when we boil water at a way point for coffee or soup etc, using my 30 year old Svea 123. My favorite tent is still in my pack, green alpine Very nice.These are a few of my treasures of the outdoors of yesteryear. Can email me at [email protected] Robbins Want to see that Kamplite really blow others away? These were designed for a mantle about twice as big as a Coleman #21. Helly hansen first addition 3 layer yellow gortex parka and bibs I still use (no delamination yet, I just DWR) Mouse Products , Bristlecone sl bags, When twinpeaks made sd and northface sl bags? It also Has Sir Edmund Hillary's name on ( on the tag sewn to the tent) I want to assemble this tent. My son and I will use it this year as we backpack the Pennine Way in Northumberland, England. Also, I am the original owner of a Hank Roberts Mini Mark III Lantern/Stove Combo that I bought in 1982 and used only once. I still wear my Raichle Rotundos (late 70's or thereabouts).
There is a connectivity error with Paypal and the site Thank you from the management A humorous article and the accompanying video done by our local paper highlights the authors Svea stove I can relate to the blow torch analogy- i've been using the same Peak 1 stove for going on thirty years now!This is most of the contents from the above bag; mostly things I don’t like to be without.Clockwise (more-or-less) from the upper left: Brunton pocket compass with signal mirror, Moleskine notebook, pencil, folding knife, whetstone with bag, belt knife, wooden spoon, 550 paracord, insulated mug, hand lens, sunglasses. A design dating back to the mid-1950s that has withstood the test of time. I have a slew of old ad slicks from Mountain Paraphernalia days....The single model uses the same generator as their double model, so is moving a LOT of fuel most likely being burnt off as a useless ghost flame. Peerless 2C-HG mantles are excellent mantles to use in place of Coleman #21s. HELLO , I WOULD LIKE TO ADD THIS TO YOUR COMMENTS PAGE --- I NOW HAVE OVER 175 NORTH FACE TENTS --- SOME NEW , MOST CLASSICS , VINTAGE --- AND TRY TO USE THEM ON A ROTATIONAL BASIS --- THE TNF SLEEPING BAG COUNT IS OVER 100 --- PACKS , TNF , OODLES AND OODLES BILLIONS --- GORE-TEX COATS AND SHELLS PANTS CLIMBING SUITS --- FAR TOO MANY --- I HAVE ENOUGH STUFF TO OUTFIT AN EVEREST ATTEMPT --- OR HOUSE MOST OF THE HOMELESS HERE IN COLORADO --- SOMEBODY STOP ME PLEASE ??? Epoke mica based xc skis (someone on SNL wore an Epoke tshirt during a skit) Hope sparked a few more memories. I'm looking for the disposable LP Gas Fuel slip on canisters. I'll have to pull out the old crampons and wooden ice axes.