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Aug
31
answered How to make a fire without burning the ground
Aug
30
comment How to estimate the depth of a pool of water from a distance above?
Why do you think he was basing on his observations? His films are so planned, he has a team, and finally he can go down with camera turned off, measure it, go up, and make a shot
Aug
30
answered Dog Breeds for Backpacking and Trail Running
Aug
28
comment Non-gun hunting tools for small game
@Mr.Wizard for bigger rabbits (kangaroos) and bigger pidgeones (ostriches) atlatl would be perfect
Aug
26
reviewed Close Bootstrapping for outdoors
Aug
24
reviewed No Action Needed Assault II vs Hunter Pro
Aug
24
reviewed Close outdoor reading - are there any outdoorsy comics?
Aug
22
revised orienteering wiki description
added example orienteering maps.
Aug
22
revised Orienteering skill organized trainings in Germany?
edited body
Aug
22
revised Are the orienteering marches popular in Germany?
added 80 characters in body
Aug
22
suggested approved edit on orienteering tag wiki
Aug
21
answered Pack for carrying a puppy
Aug
21
comment Why don't we apply the principles of layering when it comes to pants?
When on Earth, except Saudi Arabia and Iran, you would get arrested for taking off your trousers in public?
Aug
21
answered Why don't we apply the principles of layering when it comes to pants?
Aug
21
answered Sunblock for clothing-optional camping
Aug
21
comment Sunblock for clothing-optional camping
What makes you think there's any difference?
Aug
20
reviewed Leave Open Which layer should have a hood (for rainy conditions)?
Aug
20
comment At what point do I need snow goggles or glacier glasses when hiking?
Why take 2 when 1 is enough? I own only ski googles, which I use the whole year as sunglasses, even in city. For longer trip a spare pair could be a wise choice, however.
Aug
20
comment Which is more durable: Hard shell or soft shell?
Interesting, but I first hear the terms softshell and hardshell. In Poland they have no counterpart, jackets are classified by membrane type. The membrane is the active element, and the durability (I think you mean water-proofness) depends practically fully on it.
Aug
20
comment Does my layering system need adjusting?
A cap is a must-have in the winter. On a longer trip, I take 2, because there's a risk of cap falling when putting on in strong wind etc., and without a cap you have a real problem.