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Nov
5
comment What precautions should I take to protect myself and my camp from bears?
@gerrit yes, that would be the recommended way to do it.
Nov
4
comment How do I reseal a tent bottom with many pinprick holes
perhaps coat the entire floor with a thin layer of some spray on bedliner or something like shoo goo?
Nov
3
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
30
comment City tickets as exchange objects?
This is subjective and open ended, hard to come up with concrete answers.
Oct
29
awarded  Convention
Oct
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are the advantages of learning to ski on a trip? (as opposed to beforehand)
Oct
21
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
5
comment How can I locate the leak in a inflatable pad
Smart idea! ingenious!
Oct
3
revised Is buying an expensive sleeping bag better?
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Oct
3
revised Are fires in natural caves/overhangs safe?
edited body
Oct
1
revised Storing Fuel Canisters with Stove Pump Attached
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Sep
29
comment How to set up a tent in deep snow
I would recommend being down in the snow, at least to some degree, for insulation purposes AND using a good insulation pad like what @LBell recommends above, those two combined would work well in high wind, cold situations. edit: just noticed xpda said something similar. :P
Sep
27
revised How to inspect climbing bolts?
added 3 characters in body
Sep
27
comment Campsites in Virginia which allow alcohol?
I deem this too localized, and the fact that it doesn't have answers after 11 days all the more proves that. Perhaps try searching Google/Bing/Yahoo?
Sep
27
comment Gloves, but not for keeping warm?
The kind of gloves that are knit but have rubber covering the entire palm/finger side... like what bricklayers use.
Sep
27
comment Soft or hard drinking bottle?
Like @LBell said, you can't beat a Nalgene - those things are unbreakable.
Sep
27
revised Will Iodine Tablets Ruin My CamelBak?
added 1 characters in body
Sep
21
awarded  Custodian
Sep
2
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
13
revised What should be carried in a standard Geocaching bag?
added clarification for North America/US folks - Torch can be confusing at times :) Great post!!