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Questions which reference fibreglass based kayaks.
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the use of a kayak for moving across water. It is distinguished from canoeing by the sitting position of the paddler and the number of blades on the paddle. A kayak is defined by the Inter…
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Questions which reference plastic based kayaks.
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Questions relating the the purchase, care, and/or usage of knives in the great outdoors.
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Questions relating to the use of knots in performing activities in the great outdoors such as climbing and fishing.
Questions about using lakes for outdoor activities.
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Questions related to outdoor ethics including considerations for outdoor activities and the impact on the environment. This tag can also be used for questions related to the 'Leave No Trace Seven Prin…
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The legalities associated with aspects of the outdoors. Ask questions using this tag if you wish to know if an activity is legal or what legal constraints are associated with a particular outdoor acti…
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an outdoor activity where people hide small boxes in the countryside, give away grid references and compass bearings to find those boxes, then others locate them and log their find. It…
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a symbolic and/or visual depiction highlighting relationships between elements of some space, such as objects, regions, and terrain. Considering the scope of TGO at StackExchange, Maps can be…
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Speaking in The Great Outdoor's scope, a medical emergency is an injury that puts a person's life or long term health into an immediate risk. These emergencies may require assistance from another pers…
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Questions related to the often unwanted fungal growth commonly known as mold. Mold can be a health hazard to humans. Mold can be found on either food, equipement, the great outdoors, etc..
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Getting to the peak of a mountain including both hiking and technical climbing means.
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