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an Electronics Engineer, Just another Embedded Developer, Huge admirer of Linux and ARM, and so other thousand things..

Apart from this, an avid Hiker, Mountaineer, Mountain-Cyclist, an Amateur Rock-Climber and Guitarist and a Harmonica player, love playing casio.

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Feb
20
revised Campervans - larger vs smaller
added 71 characters in body
Feb
20
asked Official Protocols to be followed in England for trekking/hiking
Feb
20
revised Information about E2 trail
deleted 208 characters in body; added 84 characters in body
Feb
20
answered Campervans - larger vs smaller
Feb
20
comment Information about E2 trail
@BenediktBauer: Okey I agree on the point that this question is incomarable with that one. And, if I get close votes for "too-broad" reason, I would consider splitting it. Lets do it the StackExchange way! :)
Feb
20
comment Information about E2 trail
@BenediktBauer: I first had thought about it the same way, then I posted this as whole after considering the fact that if anyone is looking for a similar kind of information about specifically E2 trail, He/She need not to spend time in acquiring information through various questions. Take an example of this question and the accepted answer. I expect something similar to that: outdoors.stackexchange.com/questions/4798/…
Feb
20
asked Information about E2 trail
Feb
20
revised Do mountains really make their own weather, and if so why?
linked it neatly
Feb
19
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Trekking poles: Collapsed or fixed?
Feb
19
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How can rope/cordage be packed to minimize tangles?
Feb
18
accepted Potability measure of water on Volcanic Mountains
Feb
18
reviewed Leave Closed What is a good knot to tie a short loop around a bracelet?
Feb
17
comment Climbing through the cracks
@BenCrowell: A peg is a Piton. a.k.a Pins
Feb
17
comment Climbing through the cracks
@Ben Crowell: Yes, considering that crack in specific, a fall would be fatal without a doubt. Its a 135 ft tall, and is immediately after a vertical wall climb of a good 200 ft.
Feb
14
asked Potability measure of water on Volcanic Mountains
Feb
14
asked Climbing through the cracks
Feb
14
revised What are the first aid precautions to be taken in case of a snake bite?
added 60 characters in body
Feb
12
accepted Hot or cold shower better after exertion?
Feb
7
revised Can a Finger Pulley injury be predicted / anticipated?
added 136 characters in body
Feb
7
reviewed Leave Open What is the longest time you can go, eating only freeze-dried food?