[pct-l] Propane Availability

Yoshihiro Murakami completewalker at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 00:47:58 CDT 2010

I bougt Snowpeak 220 gram cannister Aug.7,at VVR. It costed 8.69
dollars. And I found the similar cannisters in the hiker's barrell.
Ofcourse, it was not full, but remained much. I investigated hikers
barrell, and got a large amount of food, and took photos. Later, I
will upload in my picassa.

2010/8/23, Steve Cosner <stevec at sfsu.edu>:
> On 8/23/2010 9:15 AM, Darren Bagnall wrote:
>>  Can anyone confirm the availability or lack of availability of small
>>  (3 - 4oz) canisters of cooking fuel at the stores in VVR and Tuolumne?
> Hi Darren,
> The VVR web site has this:
> "If you didn't bring it, we probably have it!.... The camping supplies
> section includes lantern and stove fuel, white gas (various types),
> alcohol, glass replacements, mantels, matches, rope, pots and pans, and
> much more."
> They have a phone number (satellite phone, I think):   559-259-4000
> And by the way, Brett is back at work in MI.
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