Re: [John Muir Trail] Fire restrictions and permits required for stoves on the JMT [2 Attachments]
- This is just awesome, Roleigh. Until I came to the JMT group, I thought I was a bit of a gear nerd. You are in a different league! Can't wait for pictures.
--- In email@example.com, Roleigh Martin <roleigh@...> wrote:
> If anyone is interested in the super cool cooking bags I have found (after
> 2-3 years of research inquiries with plastic bag sales reps), the one for
> cooking with boiling water only, the other for cooking with solar heat
> and/or boiling water, the sales description of the two bags is below plus
> the name of the sales rep whom I got them from:
> Spec Sheet (8oz. Clear-Black SZ)
> C-ROMA17-02 333.50 333.50
> 6 X 9+ 3" BOTTOM GUSSET, FOIL STAND
> UP ZIP TOP POUCH, CLEAR ON ONE SIDE
> PRINTED BLACK ON THE OTHER, THE
> CLEAR SIDE IS 5 MIL, THE BLACK SIDE
> IS 5.2 MIL, 1,000/CS, ITEM
> Spec Sheet (8oz. Clear, Plain SZ).pdf:
> C-ROMA17-01 171.70 171.70
> 6 X 9 +3, PET 12/LLDPE 100 CLEAR
> ZIP TOP BAG, ITEM # SZ003, 1,000/CS
> Melisa Leonhardt
> I'll eventually upload some photos of the bags. Those who have seen them
> think they are the coolest bags ever seen.
> Visit my Google Profile (lots of very interesting research
- Just saw the fire restrictions; Gotta admit, I'm a little bummed. I know many frown on campfires, even in appropriate areas, but I love sitting around the fire at night and was hoping for this a few nights. Guess not! Oh well!