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Park Tool - St. Paul, MN

It is always the last place you look!  A perfect complement to our 97˚F / 82% humidity would be a sunset bicycle ride along historic Kelly Drive.   155 more words

Product Review

Sentimental Functionality... or is it Functional Sentimentality?

Monday 18 July 2016, week 10: Buldir Island, 21:20

Regarding that last post about personalities in camp… another good line from Kevin:
With all our trail maintenance by garden shears and machete, I finally got a great big blister from the juice of putchki, the primary plant that grows too tall. 844 more words

Alaska

My Nalgene is Where I Hide My Crazy

Tomorrow I’m leaving for a camping trip in the Adirondack Mountains with a bunch of fellow teachers that I have never met (it’s kind of a long story…the teachers are not the important part).   374 more words

"sorry, how many *%^&#$^ billion litres, i mean gallons, of fresh water did you just say?"

2 billion. 2 billion GALLONS of fresh water. some computed conversion maths and that’s a good 7,570,823,568 L that mostly flows into the salty sea to transit 40 or so vessels from one ocean to another through the ol’ isthmus of Panama??! 772 more words

Concerning The Nautical.

To Beat the Heat

The month June marks the transition from summer to rainy season in the Philippines. Students return to school after their summer vacation of April and May and slowly water rationing is becoming less imperative. 545 more words

Gear for GR11: Cooking, food and water

Updated 9.6.2016

Previously, I’ve been carrying 1,75 litres of water with two Nalgene bottles but for the hot GR11, I decided to extend my capacity with two ~0,5 litre water pouches. 558 more words

Long Distance Hiking