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Blogger/Trekker/Runner/Sketch Artist/Engineer/Wannabe guitar player/Ex volleyball player/Occasional poet.

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Jan
10
reviewed Leave Open A Hat or a Cap?
Jan
10
reviewed No Action Needed Would a scope from an air gun work on a “real” gun?
Jan
9
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
8
reviewed Reviewed Carry compound bow on back
Jan
8
reviewed No Action Needed Should I be more careful about postholing during winter hikes?
Jan
7
comment Practical uses for urine
@AM_Hawk Personally I've not heard of any of those references given by weda (apart from the first one).
Jan
7
comment Practical uses for urine
I'm not entirely sure about the second and third points. Especially the third point. If he did wet his socks, wont it further worsen? i.e, due to the extreme cold temperature, the urine most probably would harden into ice and cause additional problems.
Jan
6
reviewed Approve Climbing Mount Teide from sea-level
Jan
4
reviewed Reviewed Freezing fingers and toes
Jan
3
reviewed Reviewed Should I expect reptiles in Southwest USA deserts in winter?
Jan
3
reviewed Reviewed FiveFingers or hiking boots?
Jan
3
revised FiveFingers or hiking boots?
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Jan
2
accepted Are nutrition bars/energy bars good for high altitude treks?
Jan
2
accepted What shoes to wear while climbing monolithic granite rocks?
Jan
2
comment What shoes to wear while climbing monolithic granite rocks?
@Liam en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Savandurga -- There are some more similar to the one mentioned. Although they aren't as big as the one mentioned. (The rock is a mix of granite and laterites)
Jan
2
comment Effective measures to minimize the damage due to Snow-blindness?
Interesting. Although it makes you look like an alien wearing a space goggle.
Jan
2
comment Effective measures to minimize the damage due to Snow-blindness?
It certainly does. But always know that snow blindness is not permanent. I'm not sure about the claims of cataract.Cornea damage caused by snow blindness heals itself by the third day.
Jan
2
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Jan
2
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Jan
2
answered Effective measures to minimize the damage due to Snow-blindness?