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Aspiring C# coder, educated in C++ but all of my 2 summers worth of experience is in C#.

Starting first year of University, computer science with software development as primary field of expertice.


Jul
23
revised Tree bark as food
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Jul
22
answered Tree bark as food
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
comment Guy Ropes and Wildlife
@Aravona I would not know where to buy them since I made mine myself. I just cut some aluminum and hammered into shape, they stack snugly together. I only take them when I have some extra room and weight is not an issue.
Jun
30
revised Lacing materials for huaraches
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Jun
27
answered Pike fishing equipment & rigging
Jun
27
answered How to repair rubber welly boots?
Jun
27
revised Allemansrätten: What restrictions?
Very minor(NaturvÄrdsverket -> NaturvÅrdsverket)
Jun
27
comment Allemansrätten: What restrictions?
The fire regulations are a little more complicated that just a binary yes-no. There are several states of "ban", sometimes fires may only be lit in pre-built fireplaces or a general warning to be extra cautious might be issued.
Jun
26
answered Guy Ropes and Wildlife
Jun
25
answered Am I liable for damage or injuries caused by my dog?
Jun
25
comment What is the most energy efficient way to get food in the wilderness(Central Sweden)?
Reindeer is not an option in the central parts of Sweden(roe deer is), trees are almost certain to be present(unless you walk into the mountains), and finding burnable material after weeks of rain is not that hard if you know where to look. Regarding fish vs small game, since it is easier to just set up some hooks and leave them for an hour than trying to stalk moose(which isn't an option in my situation), my mind is pretty much set on passive fishing.
Jun
24
comment What is the most energy efficient way to get food in the wilderness(Central Sweden)?
I've had no problems whatsoever with either digestion or taste when it comes to MREs, the ones I usually get is the Swedish military's Grönpåse, just freeze-dried and vacuum packed. No utensils or heating packs. But all of this is pretty OT.
Jun
24
comment What is the most energy efficient way to get food in the wilderness(Central Sweden)?
@requiem What's wrong with MRE? Shooting a moose will not be an option I am afraid.
Jun
24
comment What is the most energy efficient way to get food in the wilderness(Central Sweden)?
@gerrit The purpose of the trip is to use as little brought food as possible, and carrying 4 days of freeze-dried is very much spoiling the idea.
Jun
23
accepted What is the longest time you can go, eating only freeze-dried food?
Jun
23
asked What is the most energy efficient way to get food in the wilderness(Central Sweden)?
May
6
comment Gloves for knuckle protection that can get wet but not necessarily waterproof
Looked into military gloves? I'm super pleased with my set of Mechanix m-pacts
Apr
25
comment Non-gun hunting tools for small game
@Mr.Wizard : I bought a rather simple one and tried out with my own cast lead balls, works like a charm up to 15m for me.
Aug
23
accepted Pack for carrying a puppy