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  • 1. Day packThe right day pack for hikerRedarrow‘s Gearby HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 30, 2011[ EDI T]Redarrow’s GearRedarrow‘s daypack and trekking poles…{ Comments on this entry are closed }Pack with tripodby HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 30, 2011[ EDI T]Pack with tripodHow I attach my tripod to my daypack.{ Comments on this entry are closed }A bag of goodies.NOVEMBER 28, 2011 [ EDI T ]A bag of goodies. Image by fordsbasement The gear that got me there. Gregory ISO (a mighty fine hikedaypack bags), a Solio Rocsta, REI Peak UL trekking poles and REI ice ax (though I didn‘t need the ax, Iwas glad I had it).Read the full article →Map of the day‘s hikeNOVEMBER 27, 2011 [ EDI T ]Map of the day‘s hike Image by ww_whistRead the full article →strapsNOVEMBER 26, 2011 [ EDI T ]straps Image by eggrole Since this was a learning project, I ended up destroying it, but i learned howeasy it is to make stuff like this.Read the full article →profileNOVEMBER 25, 2011 [ EDI T ]profile Image by eggrole it hugs my body well. the weight is almost entirely on my hips.Read the full article →
  • 2. backNOVEMBER 24, 2011 [ EDI T ]back Image by eggrole there is an internal sleeve that holds a hydration bladder. i need to add abuttonhole to feed the tube through.Read the full article →rolledNOVEMBER 23, 2011 [ EDI T ]rolled Image by eggrole extension collar closed the whole way.Read the full article →balled upNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]balled up Image by eggrole rolled up it fits in your pocket!Read the full article →unrolledNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]unrolled Image by eggrole ~25cm (10in) extension collar. I had to have SOME green on it.Read the full article →Hiking EquipmentThe right equipments for hikerDSC_4440by HOSTMEI R on DECEMBER 1, 2011[ EDI T]DSC_4440Question by : what hiking equipment pack do you need for a very long hike.?me and the wife are planning on going and trining for a straight through hike of thepalmetto trail in south carolina. all 290 miles of it. it is going to take around three weeks.what all do we need to complete the hike. equipment, food recomendations how to holdliquid, all the good stuff. will pick best answer hopefully ur answer will be very benificialto our goal.me and the wife are planning on going and trining for a straight through hike of thepalmetto trail in south carolina in april of next year. all 290 miles of it. it is going to takearound three weeks. what all do we need to complete the hike. equipment, food
  • 3. recomendations how to hold liquid, all the good stuff. will pick best answer hopefully uranswer will be very benificial to our goal.Best answer:Answer by stephGood bootsKnow better? Leave your own answer in the comments!{ Comments on this entry are closed }RAW-O‘dell-8by HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 30, 2011[ EDI T]RAW-O’dell-8OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA{ Comments on this entry are closed }DSC_4490NOVEMBER 28, 2011 [ EDI T ]DSC_4490 Image by jeffreyuk Question by suarzonthego: How can I get intohiking/backpacking/camping? I‘m interested in taking up hiking/backpacking/camping through parksand the woods, especially in Northern Maine. Does anyone have any ideas of how to get started? Smallgoals? What would I need as far as equipment? Best answer: Answer by SteveWell, I started [...]Read the full article →IMG_0512NOVEMBER 27, 2011 [ EDI T ]IMG_0512 Image by diehard_elvisRead the full article →FoodlandNOVEMBER 26, 2011 [ EDI T ]Foodland Image by vasile23Read the full article →IMG_4081NOVEMBER 25, 2011 [ EDI T ]IMG_4081 Image by LukeGordon1Read the full article →DSC00132NOVEMBER 24, 2011 [ EDI T ]DSC00132 Image by Yannic Meyer Question by Brian P: What is a good lightweight backpack for hiking?I am looking to start doing some lightweight hiking and camping and I am looking for a good internalframe pack that will hold enough clothing and equipment for my 7year old son and I for 2 days. [...]Read the full article →
  • 4. Backpack OasisNOVEMBER 23, 2011 [ EDI T]Backpack Oasis Image by Whirling Phoenix A silly photo of the collection of backpacks I‘ve amassedover the last 4 years. Crazy. Question by Austin T: I am looking for a two week overnight hiking tripwithin the United States or Canada, where should I go? I am an experienced hiker that is looking for [...]Read the full article →Ready to HikeNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]Ready to Hike Image by nateOne Question by wdt: I‘m new to hiking/backpacking, what is some basicequipment I need to start? Best answer: Answer by for thehalibuthttp://www.simplebackpacking.com/support-files/3season-gear-checklist.pdf This link has apretty good packing list. What do you think? Answer below!Read the full article →Ready to HikeNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]Ready to Hike Image by nateOne Question by wdt: I‘m new to hiking/backpacking, what is some basicequipment I need to start? Best answer: Answer by for thehalibuthttp://www.simplebackpacking.com/support-files/3season-gear-checklist.pdf This link has apretty good packing list. What do you think? Answer below!Read the full article →First aid bagTag-Team Packingby HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 30, 2011[ EDI T]Tag-Team PackingImage by Mankamundo PhotoArt
  • 5. This is our standard mountain trekking gear for a 3-5 day trek. Mine comes up to about12 kg minus water and camera gear. Zura‘s is 9 kg and I only allow her to carry one 1.5 LBottle of water.I wanted to record this so as to have a visual reference for every time I have to pack for anexpeditionQuestion by Lei: What are my options[[[[?A few years ago, three to be exact, I went on a ―hike‖ with my current BF, who was thenjust a friend.We went into deep woods, camped a night, and continued into deeper woods.(we live inMontana).We came across a abandoned looking house, with a large dog who looked to be some kindof GSD, chained to the porch. She had about a foot of loose chain, and was close tostrangling if she moved at all. She viciously barked at us, but her throat was croakingbecause of the far-too-tight collar.She had food and water, but it was about 6 inches out of her reach. She looked extremelyfamished, as if she hadn‘t eaten for a week or more.I was a bit frightened by such a large dog, but Titus calmly approached her, and shequickly shrank away as far as her leash would allow her, which gave me the impressionshe had been beaten.He unfastened her leash, and we both realized she was extremely weak and couldn‘t beaggressive at all. So we loosened her collar and slipped it off, then tried to get her to drinksome of the water. She drank and ate, and we sat there with her for close to an hour justpetting her matted fur.She was sunburned, clearly, on her nose lips and ears, and she was obviously dying ofdehydration in the 80* weather.We used a long rope to tie her up to a nearby tree, in the shade, and ran back to get ourfirst aid kit. We had aloe vera and applied some of it, and we brought a sleeping bag,which we used to hoist her onto and carry her back to the camp.We place her in the tent, which was shaded and cool, with fresh water and somesandwhich meat.We closed it and went back to the cabin to see if there was someone there, which weassumed there was considering the water in her bowl was relatively fresh.What we discovered, though, were a litter of five puppies hiding under the porch, lookingto be about famished and ill.We quickly gathered them all in my jacket, and carried them back.They seemed to be 5-6 weeks old, and i don‘t have any idea how they stayed alive, but
  • 6. they were all severely dehydrated, sunburned, and starving.The hike from our jeep to where we were currently camped took about 7-8 hours, and weknew there was no way we could carry this 50lb dog all that way.So Titus went back, jogging most of the way, and made it back to the camp(on amotorcycle)by sunset. He had brought a small wagon type attachment and we loaded thedam and her pups into it, covered them with a blanket, and brought them back.It took a lot of vet work, and about three months of therapy for the puppies, but they weresoon ready to leave. I found homes for them and then began to work more with the mom,who–stomach full of food–weighed more like 75-80lbs.She turned out to be a wonderful dog and my ex-stepdad, an amazing guy, adopted her. Istill get emailed updates occasionally.HOWEVER!!! Three years later, I receive a call from one of the people I adopted a pup to.She said that the dog has several health issues, she‘s close to 120lbs, she has a terribletemperament, is scared of everything, and I lied about everything.She said that either I take the dog back, or she shoots her.!??!?!?!I think something has happened to this woman, because I swear when I adopted this pupto her she was stable. I checked her vet refs, i visited her home twice, and I saw herinteract with the puppy several times. I didn‘t write up a contract, stupid I guess, but the―Sadie‖ as she calls her is spayed, UtD on shots a nd, dewormed.I live in an apt. WHile it‘s large, we already have two cats a parrot and a GIANT giantschnauzer.Right now I really cant accept another dog, especially one with as many problems andwho needs as much care as Sadie apparently does.I could submit her to a rescue, I could ask a friend to take her, or I could attempt to do itmyself.What is my best option??ALSO I‘m going to do whatever I do no questions asked to this lady, as she is threateningto shoot the dog and i don‘t want ot upset her.Best answer:Answer by ladystangtake it to a local shelter.Give your answer to this question below!{ Comments on this entry are closed }The plan for the C&O Canal/Potomac River AdventureAugust 2009!
  • 7. by HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 29, 2011[ EDI T]The plan for the C&O Canal/Potomac River Adventure August 2009!Image by dionhinchcliffeHi all,This adventure trip has suddenly come together at the very last minute butit‘s going to be a blast. Seth and William Goller (8 and 10), and myself –and hopefully some of you — are going to do a short but extremely funovernight bike ride this weekend along the C&O Canal/Potomac.*** ALL OF YOU ARE INVITED TO WALK OR RIDE EITHER SOME OR ALL OF IT ***The C&O is literally one of the best maintained and longest bike trails inthe world and now goes for 300 miles from downtown DC to up northcontinuously to Pittsburgh due to the recent completion of the GreatAllegheny Passage project . The firsthalf is entirely along the water (the Potomac). We‘re just going to do ashort segment this weekend starting at Mile 100 and ride along the waterback to Purcellville (actually, a good bit before before it), until aboutMile 72 or so.Attached is a complete map of what we‘re going to do and at which trailcamps we‘re likely to stay. The whole ride is dotted with small towns,restaurants, and there are nice campgrounds every 5 miles along the trailthe whole way. While biking is the way to go (it‘s gravel but road bikeswork fine), you also have the option of hiking since we‘re not going to go
  • 8. that far because of the heat. We might have to wait out a summer shower ortwo under a tree as well (those who come must not mind getting a little wetand dirty, but it‘s mostly very comfortable!). Tomorrow evening‘s ride isonly 10 miles, Saturday is only 15 miles and both are highly walkeable. Thewhole trip is just over 25 miles from Friday evening to Sunday morning. Wewill only be biking a couple/three hours a day and making lots of siteseeing stops.Cell service is available the whole way, though it‘s not 3G. You can seewhat a typical bike camping campsite looks like here from a trip I did latelast season , it‘ssuper fun with the latest high-tech conveniences (including coffee maker andsolar shower.)We take everything we need including all food, water filter (there are pumpsalong the trail), tents, sleeping mats, sleeping bags, music, speakers,batteries, trash bags, solar panels, fire starters, snacks, and just aboutanything else you can think of (including sunblock, GPS, first aid bag kids,complete spare parts, tools, and tubes for the bikes, cooking gear for 6people, 3 lanterns, and much more.) We even have comfortable chairs. Allof this fits on my bike trailer (show in picture in link above), but youwill also have to carry a personal backpack with your effects (change ofclothes and sleeping bag/blankets, toothbrush, comb, toilet paper, liquor,wine, any medication, etc.) We have extras of many things so let me or Kateknow.The plan for a typical day is to ride a bit, explore, enjoy nature, eatlunch in a town, find a good campsite, collect firewood, set up, slow cookfood, listen to music, read, play, and watching stars (I‘m bringing a reallygood star map). I‘m bringing lots of gadgets/toys for the kids too.YOU CAN JOIN US TOMORROW OR ANY TIME DURING SATURDAY, JUST CALL MEAT 202-538-0059 SO WE CAN SET A RENDEZVOUS POINT. INVITE YOURFRIENDS IF YOULIKE.If you just want to come along virtually, we‘re going to be posting picturesand video live on flickr.com/photos/dionhinchcliffe during the wholeride, you can check in us remotely throughout the weekend.*Where:* Meet at Williamsport, MD (see map) tomorrow evening as early aspossible (or at any access point along the trail on Saturday, call first)
  • 9. *How Long:* 2 days, pick up is Sunday late morning/early afternoon.*Trail Details:* Mile-by-MileGuideHope to see some of you, it‘s going to be a blast!Best,DionQuestion by Ann M: HELP!!! RUCKSACK IS TOO HEAVY!!!?hi!!! PLEASE ANSWER!!!!right, tomorrow i am going on a 3 day hike – 7 hours each dayi am a small 15 year old and my bag weighs 14kg!!!!! HELP!!!!!!!how can i pack it to make it easier to handle???its my silver d of e =Sif you want to know this is what i have in it:snacks1l waterhot chocolate sachetssandwichesouter of a tenttrangiathermarest (sleeping mat)sleeping bagone jumperone pair of shortsone pair of trousersunderwear + sockstwo t-shirtsmini first aid kittoothbrush + pastehair brush
  • 10. wet wipestorch + batteriesd of e bookcompassroute cardstoilet rolltea towelpacket soups for breakfastbuffsurvival bagPLEASE ANSWER!!!! and thankyou!!!!!!!! =]]]]Best answer:Answer by mistyeyedkittenTie helium balloons to it!Add your own answer in the comments!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Stuff I‘m bringing to the AmazonNOVEMBER 28, 2011 [ EDI T ]Stuff I‘m bringing to the Amazon Image by clee130 Click here for large original size. That‘s right, I‘mheaded to the Amazon Rainforest in Peru tomorrow and here‘s all the stuff I‘m taking. This will be myfirst trip outside of the US by myself and I‘m a little nervous but still very excited. It [...]Read the full article →Personal Invitation to Kate and Dion‘s 4th Annual C&O Canal & PotomacRiver Bike AdventureNOVEMBER 27, 2011 [ EDI T ]Personal Invitation to Kate and Dion‘s 4th Annual C&O Canal & Potomac River Bike Adventure Imageby dionhinchcliffe Update 2: The full HD video of the trip itself is now up. We ended up going fromabove Hancock, MD down to Opequon Junction past Williamsport. A great time was had by all. Update:The Official [...]Read the full article →Inviting you and yours September 11th-13th for my 40th Birthday C&O Canal& Potomac River AdventureNOVEMBER 26, 2011 [ EDI T ]Inviting you and yours September 11th-13th for my 40th Birthday C&O Canal & Potomac RiverAdventure Image by dionhinchcliffe My 40th birthday is coming up next month and to celebrate —instead of a traditional party — Kate and I are organizing a 3 day overnight biking trip beginning Friday,Sept. 11th through Sunday, Sept. [...]Read the full article →
  • 11. Pack GongNOVEMBER 25, 2011 [ EDI T ]Pack Gong Image by pellaea This is a tradition I learned while through-hiking the Pacific Crest Trail.Everyone gathers round (say at Barrel Springs in the Anza Borrego Desert, very early in the trip, in thecase I saw), and one hiker takes everything out of their pack (a "pack explosion" as we called it). [...]Read the full article →Pack contentsNOVEMBER 24, 2011 [ EDI T ]Pack contents Image by Always a Dog Inside the rucksack? It‘s a bit of squeeze! Question by Z ツ: Imgoing to backpack 30 miles of trail in the Lincoln National Forest and I have a few questions before I go?I‘m, going to be hiking the T105 trail or the Rim south of slide [...]Read the full article →Good for one week of backpacking?NOVEMBER 23, 2011 [ EDI T ]Good for one week of backpacking? Image by mismisimos Missing: towel, peanut butter, soft bread,money and eventually a book. Question by Ward: Any other ideas about what i sould bring? so this is mylist of stuff i‘m bringing to a exclusive camp in the rockie mountains what do you think? Shampoo,conditioner *make [...]Read the full article →Light Pack for parks and short hikesNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]Light Pack for parks and short hikes Image by geekmojo Not ultalight by any means. I‘m too much of acomfort hound, but this is about what a long weekend pack would look like for me. This pack isassuming that I‘ll be in or near water the entire time. I‘ll try to tag it [...]Read the full article →Light Pack for parks and short hikesNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]Light Pack for parks and short hikes Image by geekmojo Not ultalight by any means. I‘m too much of acomfort hound, but this is about what a long weekend pack would look like for me. This pack isassuming that I‘ll be in or near water the entire time. I‘ll try to tag it [...]Read the full article →FoodThe right food for hikingFood…by HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 30, 2011[ EDI T]Food…
  • 12. Image by ciber tizoCFood at 70% up…{ Comments on this entry are closed }Hiking at Mt. Tamalpaisby HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 29, 2011[ EDI T]Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisImage by besighyawnHiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010){ Comments on this entry are closed }Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisNOVEMBER 28, 2011 [ EDI T ]Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais Image by besighyawn Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010) Question byMonika N: Food to eat while hiking…? Does anybody have any ideas for food to take on a week longhiking trip? Perferrably lightweight stuff that doesn‘t take much skill to prepare?? Best answer: Answerby B-Wgranola bars, jerky, [...]Read the full article →Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisNOVEMBER 28, 2011 [ EDI T ]Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais Image by besighyawn Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010) Question bywadude2002: 3 days Hiking/2 nites Camping warm food? Im going hiking/camping and i need a way towarm up food. in order of importance it needs to be *light *small *cheap no fires are allowed any ideas?side note: [...]Read the full article →Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisNOVEMBER 26, 2011 [ EDI T ]Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais Image by besighyawn Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010) Question byMadcamper: Cheap dehydrated camping/hiking food? I have had some dehydrated camping food beforebut it is quite expensive for just one serving, averaging at about £5 a pack! Is there any where I can buy itcheaper? I need [...]Read the full article →Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisNOVEMBER 25, 2011 [ EDI T ]Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais Image by besighyawn Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010) Question by s c:Hiking question: Food and nutrition? Is it important to have an adequate amount of fat when we packfoods for hiking? Best answer: Answer by LindaI think it is up to your daily dining habit. I once [...]Read the full article →
  • 13. Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisNOVEMBER 24, 2011 [ EDI T ]Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais Image by besighyawn Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010) Question byNiklas P: Ok iam going hiking for a couple of months later on and i need food but what food ? Ok so icant ―Hunt‖. I cant have ―Cans‖ because it will get to heavy. So what food [...]Read the full article →Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisNOVEMBER 23, 2011 [ EDI T ]Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais Image by besighyawn Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010) Question by LisaT: what should i bring for food camping/ hiking? im going on a week long hike… i know the basics ofwhat to bring i‘ve done this before im just looking for some new ideas… heres what i [...]Read the full article →Hiking at Mt. TamalpaisNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais Image by besighyawn Hiking at Mt. Tamalpais (Sept. 4, 2010) Question byMichael: Going hiking tomorrow-food to bring? Going for a 6 hour hike tomorrow morning, bright andearly. Wondering what food I should bring to eat. Used to do MRE‘s but they‘re not much of an optionnow. Suggestions? All [...]Read the full article →Maxican FoodNOVEMBER 21, 2011 [ EDI T]Maxican Food Image by EdmondMeinfelder The Maxican Food restaurant was run by a nice Asianfamily. I had a hamburger and an ice cream bar. They were not yet set up to do anything else. When Ireturned in 2004, another shop was present. Question by Claire Marie: hiking? food ? best answer 10points [...]Read the full article →Hiking GaitersThe right gaiters for hikerDave Marches Onby HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 30, 2011[ EDI T]Dave Marches On
  • 14. { Comments on this entry are closed }Overlooking the Sandwich Rangeby HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 29, 2011[ EDI T]Overlooking the Sandwich RangeStart of what turns out to be one epic overnight with knee deep snow, and no hikinggaiters , or snowshoes.{ Comments on this entry are closed }Too late to turn back nowNOVEMBER 28, 2011 [ EDI T ]Too late to turn back now Image by climbnh2003 Start of what turns out to be one epic overnight withknee deep snow, and no gaiters or snowshoes.Read the full article →Everything but the kitchen sinkNOVEMBER 27, 2011 [ EDI T ]Everything but the kitchen sink Image by climbnh2003 Start of what turns out to be one epic overnightwith knee deep snow, and no gaiters or snowshoes.Read the full article →GemseNOVEMBER 26, 2011 [ EDI T ]Gemse Image by Dru! Denis and FortGirl on Zupjok with Gemse prominent in the middle distance.Read the full article →surviving footwearNOVEMBER 25, 2011 [ EDI T ]surviving footwear Image by vfowler Best protective clothing accessory for walkers, hikers, and trekkers,wherever you go. These gaiters will protect against sunburn, grass cuts, snake bites, general mudbashing, snow in the boots, you name it!Read the full article →In the chimneyNOVEMBER 24, 2011 [ EDI T ]In the chimney Image by Dru! Marcus demonstrating that color coordinating shirt and gaiters lets youscramble with better style.Read the full article →KilimanjaroNOVEMBER 23, 2011 [ EDI T ]Kilimanjaro Image by Stig Nygaard At the starting point of the Kilimanjaro trek approx. 1800m abovesea level. Me looking stupid with blue gaiters which we were told we would need on the first stage.Actually I hardly think I used them at all on the trek.
  • 15. Read the full article →Above the tree lineNOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]Above the tree line Image by NomadicEntrepreneurRead the full article →Project 365/53NOVEMBER 21, 2011 [ EDI T]Project 365/53 Image by CapsLK Gaiters are your friend when your hiking through streams, meltingsnow and slushRead the full article →Camping CookEquipmentsThe right camping cook equipmentsPicture 294by HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 30, 2011[ EDI T]Picture 294Image by AA7JCMy camp stoveQuestion by KayFresh: Is it my Fuel or Camping Stove Doing it?My in-laws camping stove turns the bottom of all my pots and pans BLACK and itsdifficult to wash off the soot. Is it my fuel or the stove? I‘m planning to borrow my ownparents smaller Coleman stove instead but if its my ―Ozarks Trail‖ propane that‘s doing itI guess it won‘t make a difference! Anyone know? Thanks!Best answer:Answer by killbasabillPropane tends to make soot when burned too slowly. If there is an adjustment for theventuri( air flow) turn it to limit the air coming in to make the fuel burn more efficiently.Also if you want to make it easier to wash the soot off of your pots, you can coat thebottoms of the pots with soap before cooking.Add your own answer in the comments!
  • 16. { Comments on this entry are closed }Texturas Camping Gasby HOSTMEI R on NOVEMBER 29, 2011[ EDI T]Texturas Camping GasImage by Pepe AlfonsoDegi Hari.- Imagen tomada sobre una vieja bombona de Camping-Gas muy deteriorada,en la que la pintura azulada ha saltado y aparece ya la capa de óxido haciendo interesantela superficie.* Para los/as que utiliceis alguna de estas imágenes:Están a vuestra disposición. Si utilizais alguna solo pido que citeis el origen y envieis ocolgueis en "comentarios" de la textura usada, la foto resultante que habeis trabajado.For los/as that utiliceis someone of these images:They are to your disposition(regulation). If utilizais someone only I ask that citeis theorigin and envieis or colgues of the secondhand(worn) texture, the resultant photo thatyou habeis worked.Pour los/as que vous utilisez une de ces images :Elles sont à votre disposition. Si vous utilisez quelque chose je demande seulement quevous citiez l‘origine et envoyiez ou colgues de la texture usée, la photo résultante que vousavez étudié.Question by De Aragon: How much camping gas to bring?How many 500g gas cartridges should i bring on a 4 night (4 breakfasts, 5 dinners, 3lunch) trip?Thanks and merry christmas!Best answer:Answer by joe t5 I bring 2 for half the time half the cooking/lighting and we have plentyWhat do you think? Answer below!
  • 17. { Comments on this entry are closed }camping 20040724 – Melanie Clint cooking DSC00260NOVEMBER 28, 2011 [ EDI T ]camping 20040724 – Melanie Clint cooking DSC00260 Image by Rev. Xanatos Satanicos Bombasticos(ClintJCL) These camping forks kick ass Question by Wilford Brimley: What would be some goodvegetarian food to bring or cook while camping? I‘m going camping tonight with a vegetarian, and I waswondering what some good meal recommendations might be. Best [...]Read the full article →Texturas Camping GasNOVEMBER 27, 2011 [ EDI T ]Texturas hiking camping gas stove cook Image by Pepe Alfonso Degi Hari.- Imagen tomada sobre unavieja bombona de Camping-Gas muy deteriorada, en la que la pintura azulada ha saltado y aparece ya lacapa de óxido haciendo interesante la superficie. * Para los/as que utiliceis alguna de estas imágenes:Están a vuestra disposición. Si utilizais alguna solo [...]Read the full article →camping stove burnerNOVEMBER 26, 2011 [ EDI T ]camping stove burner Image by ugod the burner of a camping stove brenner eines camping-gas kochersView On Black Question by DavidP: Does this product exist: Heater attachment for a typical campingstove? I‘m looking for something that can attach to a common small backpacking camping stove thatruns on gas (or any camping stove [...]Read the full article →Texturas Camping GasNOVEMBER 25, 2011 [ EDI T ]Texturas Camping Gas Image by Pepe Alfonso Degi Hari.- Imagen tomada sobre una vieja bombona deCamping-Gas muy deteriorada, en la que la pintura azulada ha saltado y aparece ya la capa de óxidohaciendo interesante la superficie. * Para los/as que utiliceis alguna de estas imágenes: Están a vuestradisposición. Si utilizais alguna solo [...]Read the full article →Cooking QueenNOVEMBER 24, 2011 [ EDI T ]Cooking Queen Image by DrStarbuck McB totally outdid herself in the gourmet camp cookingdepartment! I have NEVER eaten so well on a camping trip (no more food-on-a-stick for me!) We dinedon eggs, bacon, onions, mushrooms, garlic from the garden, spagetti, pizza pockets and assorted healthymunchies! Question by justkidding505: What are some good [...]Read the full article →Camp Chef Outdoor StoveNOVEMBER 23, 2011 [ EDI T ]Camp Chef Outdoor Stove Image by Earthworm Depending on your forcast of the future we are eithergoing to be remodeling the kitchen (as Catherine wants to do) and using this stove to cook outside
  • 18. during that time or I am adding to my collection of emergency stoves for when the power goes out.Apparently [...]Read the full article →DSC00652NOVEMBER 22, 2011 [ EDI T]DSC00652 Image by the cakes home-made camping stove Question by Beheggernaut: Can i use diesel topower my camping stove? I need to know if my camping stove can run on diesel, i figure they both burnso they‘re useable to light a flame. Best answer: Answer by Brian Tit all depends probably NOT if [...]Read the full article →Camp Stove INOVEMBER 21, 2011 [ EDI T]Camp Stove I Image by ChibiJosh This is the main food preparation device in the Boundary Waters. Asmall, folding camp stove that burns white gas. Question by sig: how long will a 2 burner camping stoverun on a small propane cylinder? I got the stove used from a friend. I have no idea [...]Read the full article →HikingSmart hikingWRC hike near Downtown Memphisby ADMI N on NOVEMBER 30, 2011WRC hike near Downtown Memphisphoto by Gary Bridgman*The two men facing each other are Charles Askew (WRC cofounder) and MikeJones whose wonderful documentary photos of the Wolf River are represented in boththis collection and in the Wolf River Flickr group pool* the photographer has granted the use of this image for the purpose of promoting wateror greenspace conservation under a Creative Commons license whereby the photographermust be credited by name.Question by Taknev: never go jungle with a smart company?Two guys were walking through the woods one day when one of them glanced behindthem and noticed a bear following them. He could see that the bear hadn‘t seen them yet,so he quickly sat on the ground and began taking off his hiking boots. By the time his
  • 19. friend noticed him sitting there, he had pulled his running shoes out of his backpack andwas putting them on.His friend said, ―What are you doing ?‖His friend pointed up the trail to reveal the bear coming towards them slowly but surely.He said,‖ Man you‘re crazy. There‘s no way you can outrun that bear!!‖As he was standing up, his friend said, ‖ I don‘t have to outrun the bear, I just have tooutrun you!‖Best answer:Answer by as 1this was a scene from the film ‗without a paddle‘and it wasnt funny then!Add your own answer in the comments!{ Comments on this entry are closed }Inside Smarts Mountain Towerby ADMI N on NOVEMBER 29, 2011Inside Smart hiking Mountain TowerQuestion by MRCOOL: Is pet smart good for socializing my 8 month GermanShepherd puppy?So basically when my dog was a younger puppy I could only find small dogs to play withhim but he met sooooo many of my friends and family, short and tall he met them all. Buta week and half of bad weather kept us inside he started to get scared of tall people butwas still okay with small children and friends that were average height but then anothertwo weeks later he started to bark in a low tone but not lunging or growling, nothing toshow signs of aggression. He is trained to the point where he‘ll track with his nose,sit,stayto a certain point, lay down, speak on command and shake paws. Hes very friendly tofriends cautious of big people as was demonstrated at pet smart where he started barkingat everyone. But when a small dog passed by he was waggin his tail and wanted to play.When I signed up for training the trainer told me he just needed to get used to manysituations and even suggested to join her facebook page called (paws on the shore) wherehe would meet many other dogs and situations on a hike. So I‘m wondering does it seem
  • 20. like a good training plan for my scaredy cat shepherd. If not please tell me of bettertraining place near york region or Toronto, that you have experienced. Thank You.Best answer:Answer by King Les The LoftyThe socialisation period ended when Pup became 13 weeks old, although if well startedbefore that it can continue through 16 weeks old.Although everyone calls it ―socialisation‖, that is actually a bad term, deluding peoplesuch as yourself into thinking it means playing with people & pups. A more accurate termwould be exposure or familiarisation. The purpose is to (once Pup trusts you) expose it –from a distance PUP considers safe – to every movement, reflection, scent, sight, sound,texture to be found in its environment. It should be done on a 6ft/2m lead where thereare NO dogs running loose, with Pup allowed to try to ―explore in all directions at once‖except when you need to haul it away from dangerous or disgusting things, or from ascared human. And if Pup wants to sit & think about a new thing, or to hide behind you,you should let it, patiently waiting still & silent until Pup decides to ignore or investigatethis new thing, whereupon you praise it – and, if it is still close enough, give it a rub orpat of encouragement.