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I’d like to talk a little bit about the difference
between conventional and minimalist camping. In conventional backpacking, you’re using
quote, traditional gear. Packs are usually a little heavier and more stout to carry loads
of forty pounds. Sometimes even more. The gear is not quite as compact. Stoves such
as this, a bit heavy for a minimalist. For a minimalist, they get a little more into
the ounce counting and knocking down ounces off of every single thing that they put in
They go right down to the point of actually cutting a handle off their toothbrush,
drilling holes in the handle to make it lighter, cutting straps off of their packs to make
it lighter. Stoves such as these, they wouldn’t even consider.
They’d be using alcohol stoves
or some sort of tallit stoves, or even no stoves at all and just eat cold food. If you
have any questions, make sure you look for your local outfitter and give him a holler.