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Great! I particularly liked your video - it was short and gave enough information so that if I was more interested (which I was) I could then read through the rest. I wish everyone did this! I've made crushed chili before and I also cut the stems off before drying. Again, great job!
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Beautiful. I'll be making it, too! Voted for you!
This is really cool!
My office hates me now. They don't have any masking tape. But I have a huge pile that tore perfectly!
I've been baking on the trail like this for years, but your instructable takes the cake! Adding a few recipes is a great way to also show how versatile this method of trail cooking is. This method also works well for your home BBQ.Great job!
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They look great!
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Great write up! Your description of how to apply the rub is perfect. After years of trying to figure the right mix per pound, I gave up and do the same thing. I use a bullet-type smoker with charcoal as the heat source. I think charcoal keeps me more involved with the process and that results a better end product.
Very nice. It's like learning a magician's trick, though, now the mystery is gone. Of course, that's how I became a magician. On to rings! Thank you.
Very cool and very well done!
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I haven't used Cuben, but could the bag be sealed with silicon seam sealer at the seams? If not, would rolled seams provide sufficient protection for all but the worst of dunkings? Either way, the current weight at 1.5 oz is still great for the size and the fact that it is a dry bag! I made a ditty bag out of Tevyk, sealed it with seam sealer, and have never had an issue despite rain and a trip down the Colorado (which included a capsizing mid-river).
Great looking bag!
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I was going along thinking you were doing great for your first Instructable, then I saw the Mitch Hedberg reference and became an instant fan of yours!I hope to tackle this project in the next few months!
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Thank you! I've been thinking of what to use for driveway lighting, and this is definitely it. Your instructions are clear and the hints straightforward, especially about keeping the cement in a bucket (I wish I'd thought of that eight or ten bags ago) and pre-scoring the forms. It's going to be a few months until I build them because the driveway isn't even logged yet, but I will post. Thanks again for an excellent Instructable!
Really nice! I'll be building one in about eight months, after the house is finished!
Beautiful. The way everything can be rearranged is fantastic, especially if you move your work station around, or have new projects that rearrange the surface area! This would/will make a great gift. Thank you for sharing!
Great inspirable (inspiring instructable?)! I've camped this way for more years than I care to admit, because I couldn't be that old.If you're unsure what to take, just search "camping gear list" and you could likely find a list for the forest you're heading to.
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