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comment Clarification sought on the six-inch-cat-hole rule
I have come to prefer "the stick method" over TP when I am below the timber line. I have gone for two weeks using this method exclusively. When done properly I think it is even more hygienic than TP, since you don't touch your business, you don't have to carry anything out, and there is no risk of animals digging it up.
Sep
7
asked Alternatives to retreating quickly when caught in a lightning storm when rock climbing?
Sep
7
reviewed Approve Clarification sought on the six-inch-cat-hole rule
Sep
6
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
6
reviewed Leave Open Devils path shuttle
Sep
5
answered Backup prusik for Abseiling: Where does it go?
Sep
3
comment What can I do with a retired rope and harness?
This site shows some additional uses for retired climbing rope (furniture, art, and fashion)
Sep
3
revised Tie in to harness, top to bottom or bottom to top
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Sep
3
reviewed Approve How does Frogg Toggs Polypropylene measure up?
Sep
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revised Tie in to harness, top to bottom or bottom to top
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Sep
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revised Tie in to harness, top to bottom or bottom to top
added 670 characters in body
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3
answered Tie in to harness, top to bottom or bottom to top
Aug
30
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
29
reviewed Reviewed Backpacking in southern NY or PA
Aug
29
awarded  Custodian
Aug
29
reviewed Approve Trek-able peaks in the himalayan range
Aug
28
asked To stuff or not to stuff (the rain-fly of a tent)
Aug
28
reviewed Reviewed FiveFingers or hiking boots?
Aug
28
comment FiveFingers or hiking boots?
I have had a very similar experience
Aug
28
reviewed Reviewed How do I use these “guy line runners” to adjust the tension on my tent's lines?