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Apr
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comment How to treat a severe allergic reaction while hiking?
I don't see a reason for a downvote either, have a +1 from me.
Apr
14
awarded  Cleanup
Apr
14
revised How many miles of hiking trails are there in the United States?
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12
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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comment Possible diet to avoid/delay defecation
This is the first time I've given a +1 for a crappy title.
Apr
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revised Is Gaia GPS inaccurate for distances?
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Apr
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answered Is Gaia GPS inaccurate for distances?
Mar
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awarded  Enlightened
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awarded  Nice Answer
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Mar
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revised Does the color of hummingbird nectar make a difference?
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revised Does the color of hummingbird nectar make a difference?
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Mar
22
answered Does the color of hummingbird nectar make a difference?
Mar
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answered How to “hide” text so that it can't be vandalized but without damaging any public property?
Mar
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comment Leave-no-trace-exception for tissues?
Footprints are a trace, so is your scent, dust that falls off your clothing, hairs off your head, oxygen you consume, CO2 and water vapor you leave behind, animals that did something different just because they saw or smelled you, etc, etc, etc. It is impossible to leave no trace. Most of the things I mention would be acceptable impact for most people, but they are all "traces" of you being there one way or another. I agree about the garbage, but that's not what your first sentence says. Leaving no trace is impossible, so the rest can be ignored too.
Mar
14
comment Leave-no-trace-exception for tissues?
Absolutes, like "no expceptions" to leave no trace don't work, and trying to pretend such a thing is actually counter-productive. Of course you will leave some trace just by being there. It's therefore a matter of degree, with the impact balanced against what is reasonable and possible to mitigate. By saying "no exceptions", "zero tolerance", and other similar catch-phrases, you actually make it easier for people to ignore it. It can't possibly be done, so they have to break the "rule", so now they're entitled to break it as much as they want.
Mar
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answered What are good indicators of hail approaching?
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