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Jun
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asked Wood versus plastic trail signs?
Jun
10
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
9
answered Is my tent pole a lightning rod?
Jun
9
answered What should I do when caught in lightning while in my tent?
Jun
5
comment Is drinking urine safe?
Drinking urine is a bad idea. I answered this question in detail at outdoors.stackexchange.com/a/5101/1854.
Jun
5
answered Swimming across a strong current
Jun
4
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
1
comment What spider is it? Dangerous or not?
Post a picture. That really should be obvious.
May
28
answered Ways of attaching a DSLR on a ACT Trail 32 backpack
May
28
comment Are there any phobia-friendly ways to deal with flies?
The thing to address is the unrealistic fear of flys. Maybe a psychiatrist can help (I don't know how phobias are normally treated).
May
23
answered Depth Perception in the Mountains
May
17
awarded  hiking
May
16
comment How to dry wet shoes quickly?
@Ben: Make sure to use thick wool socks, that's important.
May
16
answered How to dry wet shoes quickly?
May
1
comment When do I need a permit to go into nature?
See also: outdoors.stackexchange.com/q/3511/1854
Apr
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
22
comment What should I do for a dislocated shoulder?
@Liam: We're talking about a wilderness situation, not where you can get the injured person to a medical professional in a reasonable time or without great difficulty. My left shoulder has dislocated a bunch of times, a few times in distant or difficult locations. You do need to know something about reducing a dislocated shoulder, and there are risks as I point out, but not fixing it also carries severe consequences. It would be very painful and suffer other risks to bring a person out with a dislocated shoulder, or make them wait many hours for help to come.
Apr
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awarded  Necromancer
Apr
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comment How much water should be carried while hiking in the desert?
Hiking around Mt Lemmon is rather different from hiking on the basin floor.