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Sep
9
reviewed Leave Closed What are a few backpacking foods that have the calories yet are lightweight?
Sep
9
reviewed Reviewed What's the fastest and easiest way to replace an in-boom outhaul?
Sep
8
reviewed No Action Needed Tie in to harness, top to bottom or bottom to top
Sep
8
reviewed Leave Open Devils path shuttle
Sep
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reviewed Leave Open Tie in to harness, top to bottom or bottom to top
Sep
8
comment Devils path shuttle
Thanks for sharing!
Sep
6
comment Devils path shuttle
I created a question on meta to discuss the off-topic nature of those questions.
Sep
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comment Is titanium cookware safe?
Both matters; how it interact with the human body and/or how it reacts while you prepare the food. Cookware can and will leak small amounts of matter which can be detrimental to your health regardless if it reacts with the food or not.
Aug
31
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Aug
31
revised Best way to illuminate a tent?
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Aug
31
answered Is titanium cookware safe?
Aug
31
comment How to make a fire in the wild, without burning the ground?
This is an exact duplicate; use the pre-existing question for answers!
Aug
31
revised Is there an equivalent of “The A.T. Guide” for the Pacific Crest Trail?
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revised Is there an equivalent of “The A.T. Guide” for the Pacific Crest Trail?
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Aug
31
revised How to make a fire without burning the ground
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Aug
31
comment How to make a fire without burning the ground
Also, use pre-existing fire rings when possible! :)
Aug
31
answered How to make a fire without burning the ground
Aug
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reviewed Reviewed How to make a fire without burning the ground
Aug
30
comment Dog Breeds for Backpacking and Trail Running
I don't have experience with them but I was considering the breed for a backpacking companion. I would think they would do just fine running. If you want extreme running there's always a Rhodesian Ridgeback :-).
Aug
30
answered Is there an equivalent of “The A.T. Guide” for the Pacific Crest Trail?