Re: EDIT: IR - Kindle Cook and Cafe - Mike Mosack
- Thanks Nancy, changes made. In my case, I am used to listing Fahrenheit first rather than Celsius and just had that in my head I think when I listed it and did the wrong conversion. Anyway, its all better now : )
Thanks for the quick edits. I’ll look for the folder and get this uploaded and delete the test file.
See you in two!
From: Nancy Griffith
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 7:50 PM
Cc: Mike Mosack
Subject: EDIT: [backpackgeartesters] IR - Kindle Cook and Cafe - Mike Mosack
Nice concise report. I'm looking forward to seeing how you like it in the field.
Just a few quick edits and you're good to go. Upload when you see a folder created and please delete your test file.
See you in a few months!
>>I backpack in all climates and seasons and in various locations within the USA, to include my favorites being Yosemite and Sierra Nevadas,EDIT: 'Nevada'. I guess I caught this since it's my favorite haunt too :)
>>The website states that the Kindle Cook system is capable of heating up to 98 F (37 C) or higher depending upon the air temperature.EDIT: This must mean 98 C and must be incorrect in their literature since Theresa said the same thing.
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