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An avid Hiker, Mountaineer, a rookie climber, amateur Mountain-Cyclist, experienced Hill-walker, used to be a trail-runner, an amateur in Star Gazing, used to play a lot of football, a die-hard soccer fan.

Learning to play Guitar (Rather, Playing to Learn) and play a lot of Harmonica, love playing Synthesizers.

Apart from that, professionally, I am just another Electronics Engineer, working as an Embedded Firmware Developer, Huge admirer of UNIX/Linux and ARM, and so other thousand things...

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comment Knee pain when descending a mountain
@Ara: Agree! Edited the answer :-)
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reviewed Reviewed Backpacking propane canister too tall and unstable
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on trekking-equipment tag wiki excerpt
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Sep
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comment Knee pain when descending a mountain
@Ara: Yeah I agree, but I have seen a few guys who had this skin irritations due to the gels and ointments.. And, on a rainy day the gel doesn't help much. Pills do! But Yes, on a personal note, I have always avoided taking pills for any reasons for that matter..
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answered Knee pain when descending a mountain
Aug
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accepted Has anyone tried making their own make-shift Hydrapack?
Aug
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accepted Carrying a portable stove
Aug
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comment How to safely mark a rope
@Roflo depends upon what sort of a tape we are referring to and how prolonged its used. The answer suggests that one should get rid of the tape after the day's work
Aug
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revised How to safely mark a rope
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revised How to safely mark a rope
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on storage tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on storage tag wiki
Aug
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comment How to safely mark a rope
@liam: I somewhat agree. But I have seen that process done by a veteran Sherpa when I had been to Nepal once. All He said was: "If you haven't done it, do not just try and kill your rope. Learn it on a rope which is no longer usable for climbing. Once you learn, its safe!"
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answered How to safely mark a rope