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Jul
22
reviewed Reviewed Tree bark as food
Jul
22
reviewed Reviewed Planned winter bivi
Jul
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Wasp repellent for an object/area?
Jul
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Wasp repellent for an object/area?
Jul
21
reviewed Reviewed Wasp repellent for an object/area?
Jul
21
comment Comparing 2-person, three-season backpacking tents
@nhinkle Discussing this on meta is probably better than here in the comments :)
Jul
21
comment Comparing 2-person, three-season backpacking tents
@nhinkle There is a question regarding this on Meta; meta.outdoors.stackexchange.com/questions/505/…
Jul
21
reviewed Reopen Comparing 2-person, three-season backpacking tents
Jul
21
reviewed Reviewed Knot to turn cord into loop (load bearing)
Jul
20
comment Comparing 2-person, three-season backpacking tents
What tent did you have prior? What features did you like the most? What features did you miss?
Jul
20
answered Comparing 2-person, three-season backpacking tents
Jul
20
reviewed Leave Open Comparing 2-person, three-season backpacking tents
Jul
20
reviewed Reviewed Can I use a bicycle helmet as a climbing helmet?
Jul
19
revised Legality of parking and setting up camp on side of mountain roads in California near Los Angeles
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Jul
19
comment Tree bark as food
@Karl My guess would be that the article means 500-600 kCal. It is common, although not strictly correct, to drop the kilo when talking about calories and food. If I say a Snickers bar is 280 calories, would you assume I meant 0.28 kcal?
Jul
18
reviewed Reviewed An adjustable length knot for 2 lines and a carabiner for easy suspension
Jul
17
reviewed Reviewed Resoling climbing shoes yourself
Jul
17
reviewed No Action Needed Pitching a tent in the rain?
Jul
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
16
comment Maintaining a Mountain Hut
a shelter register or logbook is also a nice addition, not only to record who visits when (which can help Search & Rescue if there's an emergency), but also to assist shelter maintainers by noting any issues with the structure and surrounding area (leaky roof, blow-downs, etc).