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I know the New Forest well, I used to live in Ringwood. To become a commoner you essentially have to buy some land that comes with the right to common on the new forest. Commoners are those wh...
posted 5y ago by System · last activity 5y ago by System
I just wanted to know what place in america has forest, temperature ranges from 40°F - 60°F (5°C - 15°C) year round, does NOT rain for days on end, and rarely gets snow. I tried looking around on...
5 answers · posted 9y ago by System · edited 3y ago by ArtOfCode
Killamanjaro has relatively simple terrain. The main issue with climbing it is it's height (it's nearly 6000m/20,000feet). You will need to acclimatise correctly. It will take several days to do ...
posted 8y ago by System · last activity 8y ago by System
In my experience, and from what I've heard from my whitewater canoeing friends, the best thing to do when handling a canoe in rough conditions is to kneel in the middle. This will bring the bow ...
posted 8y ago by System · last activity 4y ago by System
Michael Strogoff by Jules Verne (1876) describes how Siberian hunters used to hunt bears with nothing but a knife. This was ideally done with a single lethal blow, to damage the fur as little as po...
2 answers · posted 7y ago by System · last activity 4y ago by System
This isn't a knife, it's a saw. So the knife laws don't apply. Anyone can carry a saw (Woodmen, carpenters, etc.). So yes, there should be no problem with carrying a saw in open land. You state:...
posted 7y ago by System · last activity 3y ago by System
This sounds like a macabre version of one of those teambuilding exercises. As noted above, your emotions will be going haywire and you won't think clearly. You'll probably stay with your fallen f...
posted 6y ago by System · last activity 6y ago by System
What you propose is widely used where I live - although the tanks tend to be installed under the trailer with an access hatch though the floor, so a bit of leakage is not a major issue. The cor...
posted 6y ago by System
I am stealing Charlie Brumbaugh's question about canoeing on an open lake, because for kayaking you would get different anwers, and it's important to distinguish those. If you are kayaking on a...
3 answers · posted 5y ago by System · last activity 3y ago by System
Can you please help me identify what is leaving these piles in my detached garage in Northern New Jersey? In case the photo doesn't do it justice, the scat is in piles, against the exterior walls, ...
1 answer · posted 4y ago by System · last activity 4y ago by System
My new head torch has a mode that produces a red light. I've seen this several times and I have no idea when our why you would use it?
4 answers · posted 8y ago by System · last activity 4y ago by System
Can anybody reccommend a climbing guide for the Yorkshire Dales area? I'm off for a weekend trip there in a couple of months but I'm having difficulty finding a guide for the area. Roughly the Askr...
3 answers · posted 9y ago by System · last activity 4y ago by System
Double fisherman's knot Source
posted 11y ago by System · last activity 6y ago by System
For hunting bears you have to check with your local rangers for hunting season, permits and so on. Self-defense is self-defense if your mental state does not allow you to think and you feel killi...
posted 11y ago by System
I'm planning a camping trip in Yosemite with a group of friends for some time around mid-March. I know it can get cold at that time of year, but that's the only time we could all arrange the time o...
4 answers · posted 3y ago by System · last activity 3y ago by System
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