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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...


Nov
20
comment Tips and tricks for backpacking with a guitar
@GreenstoneWalker - No worries at all. I do appreciate the apologies though. And I see where you're coming from. Listening to someone attempt to play an instrument, especially unsuccessfully, can certainly try one's patience.
Nov
19
comment Tips and tricks for backpacking with a guitar
Well, got that part. I've just never backpacked with a guitar before.
Nov
18
comment Which types of wood will make food taste bad?
I'm personally not a fan of the flavors imparted by burning red oak, or white oak for that matter.
Nov
18
asked Tips and tricks for backpacking with a guitar
Nov
18
asked Groups: What are proper occasions for a large, shared hole for waste?
Nov
18
comment Are Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel truly toxic to burn in a campfire?
I definitely laughed there. And fair enough, I wanted more specificity but wasn't specific enough even still. And where did you find out that it's destroyed by heat?
Nov
18
comment Are Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel truly toxic to burn in a campfire?
Hey I edited my question to help clarify what I'm looking for. This is good stuff to know, and I'm sure that guy's fine, but I'd really like to know the true measured toxicity of burning the wood, if that even exists somewhere.
Nov
18
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Nov
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Nov
18
comment What are the most common stinging plants to be aware of in North America?
@BenCrowell - Yikes that stuff sounds awful. It sounds like it's especially difficult to remove from skin and clothes as well. I'm possibly moving to CA soon, so that's good to know.
Nov
12
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
11
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
11
revised Group Trips: 1 Large cook group or smaller cook groups of 3 or 4?
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Nov
11
revised Advantages to hammock camping on multi-night trips
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Nov
11
accepted What are some effective ways to deal with sand when camping on or near the beach?
Nov
11
accepted How durable is cuben fiber in real, practical use?
Nov
11
reviewed No Action Needed Is saltwater antiseptic?
Nov
11
reviewed Close How can I keep the loose ends of backpack straps from blowing around?
Nov
10
comment Arm compression sleeves for climbing
Good deal! Also, welcome to TGO!
Nov
10
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