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reviewed Satisfactory Can cold weather be sufficient to act as a refrigerator?
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reviewed Excellent Dropping gear: Where did the hairline/micro fracture urban legend come from?
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reviewed Excellent Which month would be, on probability, the best month to trek on the Isle of Skye, Scotland?
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reviewed Excellent Best technique to sharpen a knife using a whetstone?
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reviewed Satisfactory How to clean hiking boots
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reviewed Satisfactory If my depth varies +- 2m when breathing in and out, what's gone wrong?
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reviewed Excellent What are safe/effective leaves from around the world for use in tidying up your backside after answering the call of nature?
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reviewed Satisfactory What are some good guides to the U.S. national forests, specifically those in California?
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reviewed Excellent Is this Chinese rock climbing gear manufacturer reliable?
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reviewed Satisfactory Finding a suitable slope to practice self arrest?
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comment Where in Europe is wild camping permitted?
@WedaPashi it is a joke, old and common. basic form is: Guy A says "Man, I just got smacked in the face." Guy B from <former Soviet Union controlled country>, "Ha, in <insert country> ve vait in line to get smacked in face!" So in this context, "Ha, In Serbia, ve vait in line to camping"
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comment Are used climbing shoes safe?
@nekomatic I agree to an extent. Just wearing your first pair shouldn't hurt, but climbing for a couple of hours, should cause your feet to hurt as much as your hands. To me the bigger issue is your feet's ability to not slide around in the shoe once your foot starts sweating. If it starts moving around because you chose a shoe big enough so that it won't hurt after a couple of hours, then blisters and hotspots become a danger, and they become less useful for smearing, toe holds or any climbing really.