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Well it’s flooding here today. Extroidinary drought then water, water everywhere. They have shut down most of the canyons so people don’t get washed away. I have seen first hand a tall, narrow titanium Snow Peak mini solo cook set pot on an Opti
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Jump to new posts Re: smartwater vs bladder for water by GrumpyGord @ 07/21/21 06:30 AM

I use a 500 ml camelback bottle with a hose with bite valve attached. I place it in the side pocket and the hose is clipped to the shoulder strap. I can take a drink without removing the bottle. I have reserve bottles in the pack so I can refill the
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We have seen the horrible wildfires in the PNW recently and have much sympathy. This happens down here too frequently. About a year ago we had to watch our mountains burn from west to east. The canyons we frequent were passed over. But the Sonoran de
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Oh my goodness! This makes so much more sense now. I thought it must be a British thing. XD
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All I know is that more than a minimal amount of salt sends my blood pressure soaring and turns my calves, ankles and feet into balloons! This was true even when I was in my 20s, which was a horrendously long time ago, but of course it's worse now.
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