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A guy who is into a little bit of everything...music (listening and making it), photography, DIY, technology, the outdoors (hiking, backpacking, climbing...), and trying to live by grace through faith. I also currently work at a high adventure camp in the Southeast where I also do a little bit of everything...


Dec
14
comment What's the most remote place in the continental US?
Yes, my question does imply that by my introduction, but that isn't necessarily what I'm wanting to know. Maybe I should re-word that. I don't necessarily want to visit whatever may be the most remote location, depending on what that location is. I really just want to know what's the most inaccessible location in the States? (not including the obvious Alaska, which is not continental)
Dec
14
comment What's the most remote place in the continental US?
Yeah, I intentionally said 'continental US' because Alaska is a no brainer answer if you say just 'US.' And if you broaden the question to North America, then Canada is a shoe-in for have the most remote place.
Dec
13
asked What's the most remote place in the continental US?
Dec
13
revised Applications of a slip knot in climbing?
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Dec
13
comment Is this Chinese rock climbing gear manufacturer reliable?
To me, it's a huge red flag that it's not in the UIAA database. It doesn't necessarily mean it's unsafe gear, but it doesn't mean that it is.
Dec
13
comment Is this Chinese rock climbing gear manufacturer reliable?
+1 for "...when you have any doubt about any piece of gear, don't use it."
Dec
13
comment Is this Chinese rock climbing gear manufacturer reliable?
I personally would not be the guinea pig to figure out if this is reliable gear. I'd like to see some reputable 3rd party testing before I'd trust my life or someone else's to such unknown hardware. My 2 cents.
Dec
13
revised Is there special etiquette for hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) during AT Season
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Dec
13
comment Is there special etiquette for hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) during AT Season
@KateGregory - Yes, absolutely. Made sense when I wrote it, but I see how that could be confusing.
Dec
11
revised How to repair the broken stitching and seams in my leather boots?
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Dec
11
revised Is there special etiquette for hiking the Appalachian Trail (AT) during AT Season
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Dec
11
revised Applications of a slip knot in climbing?
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Dec
11
revised Applications of a slip knot in climbing?
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Dec
10
revised Toproping with two ropes joined by a double fisherman's
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Dec
10
revised Toproping with two ropes joined by a double fisherman's
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Dec
10
answered Toproping with two ropes joined by a double fisherman's
Dec
10
comment Toproping with two ropes joined by a double fisherman's
Also the fact that the double fisherman's is not the best choice of knots for this either: not as strong and very difficult to untie after being weighted.
Dec
10
comment Lowering off from anchors vs. rappelling after a climb?
"In direct" is unnecessary and confusing, as you mention. And "off-belay" is not the same as "off-rope." "Off-belay" means the belayer needs to stick around and is possibly still required. "Off-rope" means they are completely done.
Dec
10
revised Lowering off from anchors vs. rappelling after a climb?
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Dec
10
answered Lowering off from anchors vs. rappelling after a climb?