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asked What are the vitamin considerations for extended backpacking
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revised How can you navigate without a compass or GPS
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revised What is the fastest method to 'break in' full leather boots?
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answered Are there any reliable and/or easy to use “rule of thumb” guides for windchill calculations?
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revised How to cheaply introduce someone to backpacking
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comment How do you prevent mold in CamelBak hydration bladders?
I would add to make sure to hang it where water will run out and it will dry. You can put the bite valves through most dishwashers to get them thoroughly clean as well.
Feb
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comment Is bear spray effective against other animals?
At the time little red riding hood was written there was a LOT more forest and a LOT more wolves in Europe.
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wiki created cooking excerpt
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comment Should a hiker be concerned about wolves in the back-country?
What area or region? This is going to be highly localized, please specify.
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revised What essential items should go in a small first aid kit?
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revised What essential items should go in a small first aid kit?
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answered What essential items should go in a small first aid kit?
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comment What essential items should go in a small first aid kit?
Personally I recommend both Aspirin and Tylenol. Both have their downsides. Tylenol is going to generally be better to give someone who is already bleeding than Aspirin, while Aspirin is better for a sprain.
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