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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rob1 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 October 2010 at 16:44
 If coffee tasted as good as it smells I'd love it.
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My favorite coffee is as follows:

Boil water only in a pan.

Wrap about a tablespoon fresh ground coffee in a cotton cloth and form a pouch with the coffee and dip it repeatedly in the (now cooling) pan allowing it to drip between dippings.....dip until the coffee is the color you like.
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Not cleaning out the grounds from the bottom of the pot
was to help conserve coffee. Our camp was about 25 miles
from the nearest road and we packed everything in by
horse. By not dumping the ground every pot we cut the
amount of coffee by 2/3. When you had a bunch of hunters
(10-12) we drank ALLOT of coffee. When we dumped the
grounds we could go thru a 3 lbs can of coffee a day. By
not dumping the grounds every pot a can would last 3
days. It was not hard to figure the math. 10 hunting
days. Reuse grounds: about 3 cans = 3 X 3lbs = 9 lbs.
Empty grounds every pot: 9 X 3 lbs = 28 The difference is
19 lbs of coffee. If you add in the weight of the can you
are talking about 25 lbs.

25 pounds may not sound like allot but when you are
packing 25-30 miles every pound helps.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote JUSTN A. MURKAN Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 October 2010 at 10:51

Elk please stop talkin' about packin' in!!!!,,,I use to get home about 2-3 times a year,,,ain't been able to get back AT ALL for the last 8,,,an' the highest spot in Louisiana is LESS THAN 700 FT.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

,,,Do you ever get up into the Pintlar WA?

 

 

i have to go now.........

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Originally posted by vapodog vapodog wrote:

My favorite coffee is as follows:

Boil water only in a pan.

Wrap about a tablespoon fresh ground coffee in a cotton cloth and form a pouch with the coffee and dip it repeatedly in the (now cooling) pan allowing it to drip between dippings.....dip until the coffee is the color you like.
A TABLESPOON???maybe I am using too much coffee,,,I have a 12 cup drip machine,,,I put a pot full of water and a 1cup measure of coffee in the basket,,,is that too much???
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote MtElkHunter Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 October 2010 at 07:51
I go into the Pintlar Wilderness at least once a year. The
pintlar is not to big, it is only about 20 or 25 miles
across so it is easy to get to most spots in a day. I do
most of my packing in the bob marshall wilderness. It is a
whole lot bigger.
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I asked about PWA just cause it's close,,figgered yu'd spend more time in there,,,Ever get up into the Great bear WA or the scapegoat??,,,damn! I'm gettin' homesick Do any high country fishin',,,that's what I miss alot.........

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TasunkaWitko Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 June 2012 at 05:23

when i got my amazon kindle,i was cruising around through the kindle store and found an itneresting book called "all about coffee:"

http://www.amazon.com/All-About-Coffee-ebook/dp/B004UJTQ0C/r ef=sr_1_7?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1339082872& sr=1-7
 
even though it was an old book (published in 1922), it seemed right up my alley, and i like old stuff anyway - plus, the price was right (free!) so i grabbed it.
 
so far, i've only made it through the forward, but i must say even that is extremely in-depth - but at the same time, not boring. at first glance, it looks like it will be an interesting read ~
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two year old post Ron.   you have a good memory.  I ordered it
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