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    Nicely said, Cosmo and Traveler! Iím use an...

    Nicely said, Cosmo and Traveler!

    Iím use an Ursack up here in Ontario, where bears arenít broadly habituated to hikers and food. Iím considering a switch to a canister, though most of my hiking is...
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    I, too, wear Merrell Moab Ventilators. My first...

    I, too, wear Merrell Moab Ventilators. My first pair was Size 13, and I now wear Size 14 Wide. (My day-to-day dressy shoes are Size 12.5 Wides.) I use Superfeet Greens in hiking footwear, and the...
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    This! Long-sleeved shirts, too! Sent from...

    This! Long-sleeved shirts, too!


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    Great stuff, Wyoming! I have learned these...

    Great stuff, Wyoming! I have learned these points slowly and sometimes painfully, both as a self-taught race walker, and now as walker and occasional distance hiker.
  5. Keep preaching, brother!

    Keep preaching, brother!
  6. Thread: Needle Ice

    by Traillium
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    Agreed Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    Agreed


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    Great thread! Sent from my iPhone using...

    Great thread!


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    Wonderful summary, eternally valuable advice! ...

    Wonderful summary, eternally valuable advice!


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    I just completed a seven day hike on the LaCloche...

    I just completed a seven day hike on the LaCloche Silhouette Trail in Killarney Provincial Park north of Lake Huron/Georgian Bay near Sudbury in Ontario. Iím 69. I was with two other experienced...
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    The Inferno for my 900mL stove weighs 33gm,...

    The Inferno for my 900mL stove weighs 33gm, including the 2 Ti stakes.

    One mealís worth of alcohol fuel weighs about 30gm.

    My miniBic weighs 16gm. My fire striker weighs 28gm. My XL-sized...
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    Two bladders? Geez, I can barely control the...

    Two bladders? Geez, I can barely control the single one I was born with! Ö
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    I use my simple DIY UQ as a top quilt when I Ďgo...

    I use my simple DIY UQ as a top quilt when I Ďgo to groundí. I tighten the foot suspension to improvise a foot box. Works well enough down to just above freezing. (I sometimes carry a short...
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    BTW, we cannot legally buy even .5% permethrin...

    BTW, we cannot legally buy even .5% permethrin here in Canada without an agricultural pesticide licence (or a more advanced pesticide licence).

    So short of getting permethrin sent across the...
  14. Iíve been using the same two large Gatorade...

    Iíve been using the same two large Gatorade bottles for three years now. Still in good shape.

    I use a titanium Bot for my Steripen, and also use it as my soaking container.
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    When I observe this happening, I turn off my...

    When I observe this happening, I turn off my cellular radio/function on my iPhone. GAIA then doesnít end up searching for marginal cell signal and concentrates only on GPS signal, resulting in much...
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    Perhaps, but I believe Nido is whole milk that is...

    Perhaps, but I believe Nido is whole milk that is dehydrated, instead of dehydrated skim milk. I understand Nido is Ďthe real thingí, not a concoction.

    BTW, Iíve got a ziplock of Nido thatís...
  17. Thread: Milk

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    Here in Ontario, Canada, Nido is most easily...

    Here in Ontario, Canada, Nido is most easily found in stores catering to Hindus and Muslims from all across the Middle East. Nido and so much other wonderful food!
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    Poll: I carry an InReach Mini so that my family allows...

    I carry an InReach Mini so that my family allows me to continue hiking.

    For GPS navigation, I use my iPhone. GAIA mostly.
  19. Here in Southern Ontario, apples are definitely...

    Here in Southern Ontario, apples are definitely an invasive species. Deer, in particular, spread their seeds, as do coyote and fox and raccoons, who turn quite the fruit eaters in late summer and...
  20. This!!! #DivineRetribution

    This!!! #DivineRetribution
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    Can you cook it, i.e., heat it and keep it above...

    Can you cook it, i.e., heat it and keep it above sanitization temperature for long enough to kill germs? If yes, and if really hungry, perhaps Iíd eat it. Otherwise, whatís a bit of hunger?

    Iíd...
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    Wonderful story!


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    The several packages Iíve tried havenít even had...

    The several packages Iíve tried havenít even had the cheese flavour Ö I havenít tried it as a fire starter yet.


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    Hereís Aralia nudicaulis, Wild Sarsaparilla,...

    Hereís Aralia nudicaulis, Wild Sarsaparilla, including the flowers on a separate stalk.

    This is very common along the Bruce Trail in Southern Ontario ó as it is in the deciduous forests in...
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    Aralia nudicaulis, Wild Sarsaparilla. Common and...

    Aralia nudicaulis, Wild Sarsaparilla. Common and native woodland plant in the NorthEast. Leaves are thin, rather than the thicker leaves of Poison Ivy. The teeth along the leaf edge are fine and...
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