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Aug
6
reviewed Excellent Travelling and taking climbing chalk through customs
Aug
6
reviewed Satisfactory Climbing Mt Kazbek in Georgia
Aug
6
reviewed Satisfactory Am I liable for damage or injuries caused by my dog?
Aug
6
reviewed Satisfactory Makeshift Stretchers
Aug
6
reviewed Needs Improvement Does drinking tea cause problems at altitude?
Aug
6
reviewed Excellent Wood versus plastic trail signs?
Aug
6
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
5
comment How can I tell if I am dehydrated or have low electrolytes (need salt, etc.)?
just going through is the point, though.
Aug
5
revised How can I tell if I am dehydrated or have low electrolytes (need salt, etc.)?
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Aug
4
answered How can I tell if I am dehydrated or have low electrolytes (need salt, etc.)?
Aug
4
awarded  Custodian
Aug
3
comment What foods can you cook by directly placing them into a fire?
bannock is the Canadian name for it. if you cook it on a stick you can fill the hole with jam.
Jul
30
revised Group camping - cooking equipment and eating utensils packing list
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Jul
30
revised Group camping - cooking equipment and eating utensils packing list
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Jul
29
answered Group camping - cooking equipment and eating utensils packing list
Jul
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Reacting to tornado warnings while camping with no buildings nearby
Jul
24
comment How do permits for US/Canada public land work?
also for backcountry trips the permits not only ensure there will be a campsite for you (by limiting numbers) but can be a way to ensure rescue if you don't come out when you said you would. (Can: not all parks check exits.)
Jul
24
comment How do permits for US/Canada public land work?
to be clear, a national park is not public land. One of the ways you can tell that is the need for a permit to camp on it. Crown land in Canada is public and you don't need permits.
Jul
22
comment Activities at the campsite
perhaps due to their ubiquity, sticks are the preferred object. Easy to find, utterly pointless to fight over. I can't explain it, I can only report it. I don't recall any fights over pine cones or rocks.