Important information about camping stoves...

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Light-weight camping stoves can weigh less than 4 ounces, not includingrepparttar fuel and container. Better camping stoves are designed to fit inside other equipment used for camping, like cookware or even part of itself. This makes packing and carrying easier and less time consuming. Both two burner and light-weight stoves are divided into two types, liquid fuel or canister.

Types of Camping Stoves

Liquid fuels require pumping to pressurizerepparttar 142994 fuel tank and priming (lighting fuel or another substance to warmrepparttar 142995 liquid fuel so it vaporizes and ignites) to help them light off. They can take longer to start and bring to full temperature.

Once they're going, liquid fuels usually burn hotter, but they also require more attention when you're trying to gently warm food. Some liquid fuel camp stoves offer adjustability while some don't, if you're looking to gently simmer something gourmet inrepparttar 142996 woods then you may want to look at...

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Hiking Sock Guide: Say Goodbye to Blisters?

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Shearing Force- This happens when your tissue is moving in opposite directions, like when jumping over a stream, or descending a steep slope. Part of your skin is moving one way andrepparttar tissue under it another, this causes a tearing action just underrepparttar 142993 surface ofrepparttar 142994 skin. This isrepparttar 142995 most common way of getting blisters.

Temperature- Good hiking socks need to be appropriate for their intended use, from a warm weather day hike to a week-long mountaineering trip. Once in their appropriate environment they should maintain a consistent comfortable temperature.

Like a shoe or boot your hiking socks should be matched torepparttar 142996 type of hiking you'll be doing.

Liners- Thin socks called liners are made to be worn under your hiking socks next to your skin so they can wickrepparttar 142997 moisture away and keep your feet dry...

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