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Nov
18
revised Are Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel truly toxic to burn in a campfire?
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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
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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
revised Are Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel truly toxic to burn in a campfire?
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Nov
10
asked Are Rhododendron and Mountain Laurel truly toxic to burn in a campfire?
Nov
10
comment Methods for taping hands, wrists, and fingers for climbing?
Is there a way you could achieve similar support for the wrist without entirely covering the palm? I haven't come up with anything myself.
Nov
10
revised Methods for taping hands, wrists, and fingers for climbing?
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Nov
10
comment Arm compression sleeves for climbing
Some good thoughts here, and I like it, but some references are always beneficial, especially regarding medically related issues.
Nov
10
comment Arm compression sleeves for climbing
Sorry, but I'm also inclined to agree that this doesn't answer the question above. While it's quite interesting information, and a good response, it is an answer to a different question. This seems more about arguing for the validity of the principal of compression sleeves, but doesn't address this for climbing, which is quite different from cycling. However I think there's some potential here if it can be directed towards climbing.
Nov
3
reviewed Leave Open Trail gun for protection against bears
Nov
3
reviewed Leave Open When should you use gear to climb a tree?
Oct
26
reviewed Leave Open Trail gun for protection against bears