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Nov
21
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
19
comment What is the best mountaineering quote that you have ever read?
Once closed, it needed to stay closed. Thanks @nhinkle.
Nov
18
comment Can I light a kerosene lamp with flint & steel or a magnifying glass?
a bit of a 'smart' answer. Perhaps flesh it out a bit?
Nov
18
revised Can I light a kerosene lamp with flint & steel or a magnifying glass?
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Nov
18
revised Can I light a kerosene lamp with flint & steel or a magnifying glass?
added 2 characters in body
Nov
13
revised Are mittens warmer than gloves?
No need for a header and all caps, we already know what you're talking about. Otherwise, great answer!
Nov
10
comment What are the advantages of short climbers?
For beginning climbers with little knowledge of technique, it is much easier for taller climbers to "hang out" from the wall, rather than staying close and conserving energy.
Nov
10
comment What is the best mountaineering quote that you have ever read?
I stand with @RoryAlsop - while personally I enjoy the quotes listed here - this type of question tends to lead to others asked in a similar fashion with the OPs stating "There is precedence." Hence we have to be strict from the get go to keep quality standards high. Rory's point about the community closing vs. the diamonds is quite valid.
Nov
10
comment What is the best mountaineering quote that you have ever read?
Always been fond of Shackleton's story - His diary of the experience is quite the read (Titled "South" for those interested). He said "By endurance we conquer."
Nov
6
comment Trail gun for protection against bears
@JoErNanO it always depends on what you're doing. In one National Forest near home, there are so many grizzlies, that two men will fish together - trading off fly fishing, and the other standing guard with a rifle. Just depends on how you want to approach it.
Nov
3
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
2
comment As an experienced backpacker in the Eastern US, what should I know before hiking in the Western US?
Western bears are an entirely different ball game than the East.
Oct
27
comment What precautions should I take to protect myself and my camp from bears?
There's an exception (or several) to every rule, @Mapperz.
Oct
24
comment Trail gun for protection against bears
I've always felt there are too many factors to bear spray as well - such as wind or etc. That said, guns are unpredictable as well - those in serious bear country would do well to carry a rifle. Handguns are all over the map, and like many said, the recoil is much harder to manage.
Oct
23
revised ski exercises whilst sitting at a desk
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Oct
22
comment Why would I want a pressurized hydration pack?
Would make a nice shower....
Oct
21
comment Preventing hand blisters while paddling
@WW., nhinkle: it will develop on whatever your primary hand is- you typically pull harder and a little differently on your dominant side than your other side. Some people are SO dominant on one side, they have to paddle more on the non-dominant side. I've seen it among beginners quite commonly - circles are extremely common especially if you have two beginners in the same kayak.
Oct
21
answered Preventing hand blisters while paddling
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer