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Jump to new posts Re: National Park Fatalities by Bingley @ Today at 03:38 AM

I read this recently: How 1,600 People Went Missing from Our Public Lands Without a Trace By: Jon Billman Mar 13, 2017 https://www.outsideonline.com/2164446/leave-no-trace That's a whole lot of people missing. I am curious about the conspiracy the
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Jump to new posts Re: What did you do today to prepare? by TeacherRO @ Today at 03:23 AM

I just picked up a goretex bivy bag...
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Jump to new posts Re: Rethinking my edc ( every day carry) by TeacherRO @ Today at 03:22 AM

I might suggest a plastic trash bag and a spare cell battery
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Jump to new posts Re: 1913 naked and alone in the woods by Mark_R @ Yesterday at 10:28 PM

http://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/article/2013/03/26/naked-joe-knowles-nature-man-woods/ Reminds me of Marshal South. He had a cabin up on Ghost Mountain (Yaquitepec) in modern day Anza Borrego State Park. It was supposed to be an experiment in p
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Jump to new posts Re: Want to wash up?? by CANOEDOGS @ Yesterday at 09:41 PM

opps..I should of said "source water" meaning where it came from and not water source.i don't like suds in my coffee. the post was more about keeping it simple and not putting the time and energy into a gizmo when a bucket of hot water w
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Jump to new posts Re: Swimming noodles, another use. by unimogbert @ Yesterday at 07:06 PM

Originally Posted By: haertigI have a hard enough time making a delicate presentation with my flyrod. I can't imagine being very successful with the rod encased in a swimming noodle! I've been kind of puzzling on that too. There's no place on
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Jump to new posts Re: Floods in Peru by hikermor @ 03/21/17 06:07 PM

How about building restrictions within defined (100 year, 500 year, etc.) flood plains? I would think that would help to some degree. It is usually better to have parks or some sort of green space in flood channels than housing or development....
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Jump to new posts Re: SAR in bush Alaska by hikermor @ 03/17/17 07:37 PM

Being an old SAR guy myself, I read your submission with great interest. SAR in Arizona has its challenges, but the scale is much smaller, and hence many of the challenges are diminished. Question: How long has SAR (in some sort of formal sense) b
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1913 naked and alone in the woods
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Swimming noodles, another use.
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