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bio website infosecfrog.blogspot.com
location Scotland, United Kingdom
age 43
visits member for 2 years, 6 months
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Walker, canoeist, sailer, glider pilot, rock climber and father of 3.

Middle son of a polar explorer, and grew up in the wilds of Orkney and the Falklands - so take after my father in outdoors pursuits.

Happy in the middle of mountains or forests in a tent :-)


Dec
19
reviewed Close Lowe Alpine - TFX Cerro Torre: pack is moving to sides
Dec
17
reviewed Close Orienteering skill organized trainings in Germany?
Dec
17
reviewed Close What does it need to maintain clothes including membranes
Dec
16
answered What exercises can you do before Scuba Diving to improve your air consumption?
Dec
16
reviewed Reviewed How to warm up your cold toes and fingers?
Dec
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Walking trailers
Dec
16
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Eating in a long sport activity (scuba diving) to keep your strength up
Dec
16
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How can I stay warm in subzero weather?
Dec
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to warm up your cold toes and fingers?
Dec
9
reviewed Close Rock Climbing - Beginner's Guide for Quick Improvement?
Dec
9
revised Rock Climbing - Beginner's Guide for Quick Improvement?
spelling, grammar, readability, formatting
Dec
3
comment How to rappel on an over-hanging cliff?
Commando rappelling is fun and exciting, in the same way bungee jumps are - I wouldn't expect anyone to do it for a descent, but for fun.
Nov
27
revised How to rappel on an over-hanging cliff?
sorted out some weird grammar and punctuation
Nov
26
comment Has anyone tried making their own make-shift Hydrapack?
I think it could be a fun project and have upvoted you... but I still would not use one in real life:-)
Nov
26
comment Has anyone tried making their own make-shift Hydrapack?
Considering I can by one for less than a couple of cups of coffee I'd rather not rely for hydration on something that might break when I need it.
Nov
22
awarded  Convention
Nov
13
comment Is it really that unsafe to touch a stranger's wound?
Now that I don't know. Sorry. The US and UK are scary though, in the putting management of lawsuits and health & safety risks before rescuing or helping people. We even have examples of fire/police inactivity (through following policy blindly) allowing individuals to die.
Nov
13
reviewed Excellent Alternatives to retreating quickly when caught in a lightning storm when rock climbing?
Nov
13
reviewed Satisfactory How do you dry wet socks when camping/backpacking if it's raining and the socks cannot be hung to dry outside
Nov
13
reviewed Excellent How can I keep my backpack from resting directly against my back?