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Nov
20
comment Efficient technique for handling trad gear?
@Liam: Are you sure your comment is SFW (safe for work)? ;-)
Nov
20
reviewed Reviewed What percentage of bacteria in water dies if it is boiled? How clean is it after boiling?
Nov
17
comment How to react to cattle charging towards you?
Loosely related: bicycles.stackexchange.com/questions/18318/should-i-fear-cows
Nov
17
revised How to react to cattle charging towards you?
Some grammar and spelling
Nov
17
revised Repairing down stuff?
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Nov
17
answered Repairing down stuff?
Nov
15
comment What are other alternatives to Sleeping pads?
Was this bivouac planned?
Nov
12
reviewed Reviewed Canvas vs Nylon Tent for Car Camping
Nov
11
comment Twisting board technique when turning a snowboard?
I guess you have already watched all of those... ;-)
Nov
6
comment A little bit of acclimatisation or no acclimatisation at all?
Just out of interest: what mountain was it and from which hut?
Nov
4
comment How to cross a 25 feet wide Crevasse?
@njzk2 Well, I would guess it's from somewhere in the Himalayas and it is more or less standard for expeditions. And if you have paid some $10k to get onto the top of a famous mountain and invested lots of training, balancing over some aluminum ladders won't keep you off...
Nov
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Oct
27
revised Is there a practical “Measurement of warmth”?
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Oct
26
answered Is there a practical “Measurement of warmth”?
Oct
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Oct
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
23
answered Is it ok to wear hiking shoes on street conditions?
Oct
23
comment Is it ok to wear hiking shoes on street conditions?
Loosely related: outdoors.stackexchange.com/questions/5695/…
Oct
19
comment How to keep my legs warm in winter?
@DavidRicherby While I'm in agreement with the intention and content of your comment, I would ask you to soften your tone a bit, especially when talking to users who are – according to their reputation count – rather new to the stackexchange network.