Approved subject to minor edits-MSR Alpine Classic Cookware-Jennifer Koles
- Jennifer, the report looks pretty good now, but there are still a
couple of typos and a couple of sentences that need removed.
> Backpacking Backgroundthe
> I started taking overnight backpacking trips this past summer in
> Uinta Mountain Range in Utah. I already owned some backpackinggear
> that I had purchased over the past few years. Although I enjoyed mytoo
> backpacking experience this summer, I found myself taking entirely
> much gear. I am finding out slowly how to minimize my needs and notof 4
> require extra luxuries. My previous outdoor experiences consisted
> wheel-drive camping in primitive areas and day hiking. I have somekg).
> backpacking gear I purchased over the past few years. I enjoyed my
> backpacking experience this summer. I plan to take more trips,
> increase my duration, and reduce my pack weight from 45 lb (20.41
*EDIT: The biography looks better, but you forgot to remove the
following two sentences near the end - "I have some backpacking gear
I purchased over the past few years. I enjoyed my backpacking
experience this summer." - since these were incorporated into the
earlier sentences, you need to take them out at the end.
> For the past 6 years I have utililized this cookware from thePacific
> Coast to the Wasatch Mountain Range at elevations from 15 ft-13,000 ft
> (4.6 m - 3962 m) and in desert to mountain climates in temperature*EDIT: This looks better - you just need to add a space before and
> ranges from 90 F (32 C) to 40 F (4 C).
after the hypen between 15 ft and 13,000 feet.
> While cooking if I have the gas turned up too high on my stoveany
> sometimes I will hear a popping sound from the pot. This makes me
> feel I need to lean to operate my stove better. I have not noticed
> warping of any sort due to this.*EDIT: This sounds better, but I don't think you need to "lean" to
operate the stove. I believe you meant "learn". :)
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