Nate's doing some good stuff, but I didn't hear about that one yet. Sounds interesting!
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Sorry I missed this - it varies widely and has been done in under 24 hours, but I'm guessing you don't want to do that. I took it slowly and did it in 10 or 11 nights. Some days I had moved camp by noon and had nothing to do but soak in the sights. You can do it in a week if you like, as long as you are reasonably fit. I carried all my food, but you can send stuff to the rangers stations and pick it up along the way.Wow, Tom. That's gorgeous! I'm jealous!I love it. I walked around it once about 15 years ago, it's a ~95 mile loop. I'd really love to do it again. I have no desire to summit, but I would do the Wonderland Trail every year if I could.
How long does that hike typically take? My buddies and I take a series of annual Manventures. This year we're headed to the Wind River range in Wyoming. The Wonderland Trail sounds promising!
Wow, Tom. That's gorgeous! I'm jealous!I love it. I walked around it once about 15 years ago, it's a ~95 mile loop. I'd really love to do it again. I have no desire to summit, but I would do the Wonderland Trail every year if I could.
You know this is not sufficient time or temperature for sterilization? I'm not saying it's not doing anything, just that it might not be as effective as you think.They really get that hot? I wouldn't have guessed that. I do think that there is a big difference between the bottles used in the US and the ones used in Canada. We've had beer bottle re-use by the big breweries for years, I'm unsure if the US does the same but I think our bottles are thicker and they seem thicker when I look at them in order to be re-used more frequently.
The theory is that the repeated heating and cooling induces stress fractures. No personal experience, but that's what I've heard from people who do it.
I have been baking my bottles at 250 for an hour for 2 years now. No issues yet.
...thumbs up to get whatever tools I need.
All of them. The correct answer is all of them.