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This completely depends on where you are camping--not only because local regulations will apply, but also because bears will have different behaviors and in some cases different species. In the Sierra Nevada in California, bear canisters are requi
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Final day getting to Santiago de Compostela | Camino del Norte - Day 32 Watch the full video here: https://youtu.be/Heuq63-bS9Q On the Day 32 of our Camino de Santiago del Norte we got from the village O Grove to the city Santiago de Compostela.
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The polyester base layer that I wear under a non-breathable silnylon rain suit works fine to keep my skin away from the silnylon. I keep it on after removing the vapor barrier. Because it's body temperature, the base layer dries really fast from my
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Thinking back to last year at this date we had been inhaling smoke from myriad fires for a month and a half, continuously, and as it turned out had a full two months of it left to go. I like this year better, even if it was [checks] the fourth hotte
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