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Anonymous wrote a review of on August 17, 2006

4 5

First of all you do not need a pan to cook these they cook right in the bag, No mess. If you have ever had dehidrated eggs you know they are not quite like real eggs. I cooked some of this up in the Wind Rivers last weekend and they make a pretty good breakfast. If you want eggs fresh from the shell get the mini plastic egg cartons and pack them up in a cooler. I think these are the best dehydrated eggs I have had.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on August 17, 2006

5 5

This watch is awesome I have had it for just a few weeks now, and I especially love the Barometer. 2 weeks ago we were up in the Wind Rivers, and it was perfectly accurate. As we got into the cirque of the towers I thought for sure we were going to get pounded with rain but the watch only said cloudy, and it didn't rain. The next day it did say rain, and it was clear in the morning but a few hours later we had some severely rainy weather. This is the easiest weather gage there is. Most other watches you have to track how the numbers are changing and figure what kind of weather that will bring.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on December 9, 2005

5 5

This ski makes me think I know how to tele. I have the Linken Binding, and T1 Tele Boot. I have never felt solid in icy, cruddy, bumps, but the Verdicts smoothly crush through it all. They are lightweight for touring, make nice smooth big turns, and have a good pop in them to make it through the trees. For a resort ski, or backcountry you can't go wrong because the Verdict holds strong on whatever terrain you’re riding.

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Anonymous wrote a review of on July 21, 2005

4 5

This is my fifth snowboard over 10 years of snowboarding and no board has ridden as well in all conditions. I am about 5'9 and weigh 165 pounds and have ridden the T6 the last two seasons. This board hauls, holds an edge like a racer board, but is light enough and agile enough to rock the park, the trees, the bumps or anything else. The T6 took a little bit more work in the super deep powder, but this board overall is awesome.

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