Wildflowers along trail between Music Pass and Upper Sand Creek Lake
One nice and relatively easy backpacking trip is the one to either of the Sand Creek Lakes in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains when approached from Music pass. You will likely want a 4×4 to get to the trail-head as the road can get pretty rough in spots. We went the weekend of June 24th/25th, arriving at the trailhead on Continue reading →
I mentioned some weeks ago that I may have a new hobby. What began as a curiosity based on some old military stoves my father owned when I was a kid has turned into regular searches on ebay for trashed-out stoves and lanterns and many evenings tinkering with my purchases in the garage. But, if I’m not building boats at the moment this seems like an interesting thing to do.
The Prentiss Waber M-1942-MOD “Mountain” Stove
A month ago I purchased two Prentiss Waber M-1942-MOD(ified) “Mountain” Stoves. Both are dated, PW-1-45 (PW = Prestiss Waber). These stoves were made collectively, I believe, by Coleman, Prentiss Waber (a.k.a Preway) and Aladdin. When I received the first one, I was working on two other stoves, so I didn’t Continue reading →