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Apr
23
comment What sort of crane, and what sort of snake?
And, so take a look at: outdoors.stackexchange.com/q/10361/2303
Apr
23
comment What sort of crane, and what sort of snake?
I doubt if anyone can help you with this question since there are umpteen possibilities of many aspects. If it was a crane, Cranes do eat snakes, thats known to us. Identifying a snake just by "a large black snake (or dark brown)" is way too difficult.
Apr
20
comment Trekking Har ki doon (India): Permits and Guides
@ParminderSinghChahal: I reassert, permits are needed for Govind Ghat wildlife Sanctuary and National Park.
Apr
6
comment What should I do about large trash left by others on USFS land?
@Escoce: That should not be much of a problem. :)
Mar
30
comment Precautions when walking through area of crocodiles
@flawr: Its in India.
Mar
30
comment Precautions when walking through area of crocodiles
@Aravona: Thanks for pointing that out. I really don't know much about them at all. But, that place is nowhere directly connected to sea, so I am guessing that those are fresh water crocodile.
Mar
24
comment How to get rid of illegal artificial paints on historical monuments?
@Russell: I agree and I guess we already have.
Mar
24
comment How to get rid of illegal artificial paints on historical monuments?
@Erik: Thanks a ton buddy. I'll have a look at it as soon as I can.
Mar
23
comment How to get rid of illegal artificial paints on historical monuments?
@ab2: Thanks for envisioning the situation and need of the question and your inputs and support. I think I'll leave this to community and moderators to handle it. I could simply click Reopen, but Everybody knows I obviously would love to have the question opened. Lets see if others think the same. I am afraid I can not narrow it down further.
Feb
29
comment How well do timber rattlers swim?
@Liam: Interesting. Though I agree that they can swim, I doubt if they can swim so well and the distance. They haven't been known to do that. Its like, all birds can fly, can fly very well, but not all of them migrate :)
Feb
25
comment How do you get rid of Itching sole?
@Mr.Derpinthoughton: Very funny! Did you scratch your head for this?
Feb
23
comment How do you get rid of Itching sole?
It is, but I can get rid of the shoe sole. I suspect it has to be the leather it is made up of.
Feb
17
comment What are the easiest methods to carry a backpack when cycling?
No way I can tow it. I'll be off the road, some serious ups and downs.
Feb
10
comment Which fingers to use in a 2 finger pocket when rock climbing?
Ah, I just didn't realize that till today. Awesome. +1
Feb
9
comment When will a rattlesnake strike?
@loneboat: Clarified about sensing mechanisms in Vipers. Thanks to the comment about Jacobson's organ being olfactory. I perceive it less as a smell and more as a signature, but nonetheless, Rightly pointed out by you. Thanks.
Feb
4
comment How do I get my fingers and toes warm before rock climbing at cold temperatures?
Welcome back buddy. +1!
Jan
18
comment How to fix a leak in Hydration pack?
@Brendan: LOL :D I'll give it a try!
Jan
15
comment Will drinking lots of water in the day(s) prior to a long trek mean I will need less water on the trek?
@Jay: And, what made you think so?
Jan
14
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
8
comment Is it safe to drink snow?
I agree with @imsodin.