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suggested rejected edit on How do I get mold off my sandals?
Jul
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reviewed Reviewed How do I get mold off my sandals?
Jun
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comment Can you wash ticks out with shampoo?
Oh, I didn't mean to imply that you were asking something else. I just thought future visitors could benefit from a link to a tick-related question. Sadly, I haven't seen something like that either... sorry I can't provide an answer.
Jun
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comment Can you wash ticks out with shampoo?
Related: How should I remove a tick.
Jun
19
reviewed Reviewed Why are two birds obsessed with a chopped-down tree?
Jun
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reviewed Reviewed Is a smartphone or dedicated gps receiver better for navigation in the desert?
Jun
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revised Why do many climbers appear to not trust their belay loops?
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Jun
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suggested approved edit on Why do many climbers appear to not trust their belay loops?
May
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reviewed Reviewed How can I keep my iPhone going on a multiday hike?
May
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reviewed Reviewed How can I keep my iPhone going on a multiday hike?
May
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awarded  Nice Question
May
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reviewed Reviewed A list of suitable foods for a long hike
May
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May
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comment Making a Make-Shift harness from Tape-Slings
I did learn how to tie a Swiss Seat (25+ years ago) and have used it on several occasions. But the video you link to doesn't seem anything close to what I learned (many youtube comments argue that it might even be unsafe). The one I learned to tie is like the one in this video except that we used webbing.
May
6
comment Which will keep my food colder longer, draining the melted ice water, or leaving it in the cooler?
Why is there a visible difference within the first hour from the experiment start?
May
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reviewed No Action Needed Good 2-day Alpine hike near Liezen, Austria?
May
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accepted When to use a static rope?
Apr
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comment What is the most effective method to clean skin exposed to poison oak?
Decades ago, while camping, we ran out of soap. Since the main use for soap is removing oil and grease, we'd use dirt to remove oily residues on pots and then rinse and rub with enough water.
Apr
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comment When to use a static rope?
@ShemSeger Maybe he meant setting up the top anchor for other climbers to top-rope?