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Jan
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comment Will drinking lots of water in the day(s) prior to a long trek mean I will need less water on the trek?
That makes sense. I'll upvote as soon as I can. (Daily voting limit reached)
Jan
14
asked Will drinking lots of water in the day(s) prior to a long trek mean I will need less water on the trek?
Jan
8
comment Is it safe to drink snow?
I agree with @imsodin.
Jan
8
reviewed Approve What is the most effective means of melting snow with body heat for drinking?
Jan
7
reviewed Reviewed Is it safe to drink snow?
Jan
7
reviewed Leave Open Legal situation for Parkour in the EU
Jan
7
reviewed Leave Open What's the best way to remove layers of bottom paint from a sailboat hull?
Jan
7
answered How do you treat frozen lungs?
Jan
6
comment Blisters on small of back
@PaulD: Thanks. Glad that I could help.
Jan
6
reviewed Leave Open Suggestions for a winter lifestyle
Jan
4
revised How To Quickly Warm A Tent
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Jan
2
answered What are the different stages of frostbite?
Dec
29
comment Blisters on small of back
@Escoce: Well, I'll let the OP decide if its a boil or a blister. And, with all due respect to you and what you know, I have had suffered a boil in less than an hour. So, boils can pop-up while you make a 4000 ft climb for the day. Again, I'll OP and his doctor decide if its a boil or a blister. For what I have experienced, in most of the cases when a pack rubs against skin, result is a Chafe, or a Boil. Blisters do need friction, but they also need lesser air contact and a bit of moisture/wetness.
Dec
29
accepted As Mountaineers what can we give back to Mountains?
Dec
29
accepted Camping and Monkeys
Dec
29
answered Blisters on small of back
Dec
29
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Dec
27
comment Monkeys and Rock Climbing
@ShemSeger: Now, thats something!
Dec
27
comment Monkeys and Rock Climbing
@Ben: LOL buddy :D
Dec
26
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