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Comments for TheCampingPro http://www.thecampingpro.com Tue, 23 Oct 2012 18:18:59 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.9 Comment on Rolling up your therm-o-rest, the easy way. by roddyf http://www.thecampingpro.com/rolling-up-your-therm-o-rest-the-easy-way/#comment-61 Tue, 23 Oct 2012 18:18:59 +0000 http://www.thecampingpro.com/?p=186#comment-61 I have the luxury therm-o-rest, which is extra thick. I’ve had a hard time rolling it up and fitting it into the stuff sack until I saw this video from my brother  @fischerls ( thecampingpro.com ). Now it fits perfectly and easily. He’s been holding out on me for all theses years. lol Great Video!

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Comment on Rolling up your therm-o-rest, the easy way. by roddyf http://www.thecampingpro.com/rolling-up-your-therm-o-rest-the-easy-way/#comment-60 Tue, 23 Oct 2012 18:10:37 +0000 http://www.thecampingpro.com/?p=186#comment-60 I have the luxury therm-o-rest, which is extra thick. I’ve had a hard time rolling it up and fitting it into the stuff sack until I saw this video from my brother ( thecampingpro.com ). Now it fits perfectly and easily. He’s been holding out on me for all theses years. lol Great Video!

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Comment on Rolling up your therm-o-rest, the easy way. by stacey0001 http://www.thecampingpro.com/rolling-up-your-therm-o-rest-the-easy-way/#comment-51 Sun, 22 Jul 2012 15:25:40 +0000 http://www.thecampingpro.com/?p=186#comment-51 Very informative. And the guy making the video is super hot!

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Comment on How to put away your tent. The easy way! by fischerls http://www.thecampingpro.com/how-to-put-away-your-tent-the-easy-way/#comment-50 Sun, 22 Jul 2012 15:25:38 +0000 http://www.thecampingpro.com/?p=193#comment-50 Thanks for commenting.

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Comment on How to put away your tent. The easy way! by stacey0001 http://www.thecampingpro.com/how-to-put-away-your-tent-the-easy-way/#comment-49 Sun, 22 Jul 2012 15:22:20 +0000 http://www.thecampingpro.com/?p=193#comment-49 I always wondered how you did that! So helpful thank you. I do believe though I’ll just let the kids put the tent away:)

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Comment on Potable Water…what’s potable? by fischerls http://www.thecampingpro.com/potable-waterwhats-potable/#comment-43 Sat, 21 Jul 2012 01:50:51 +0000 http://thecampingpro.com/?p=15#comment-43 Lead, no boiling wont get lead out. Filtering will get lead out if it is a fine enough filter. Camping filters aren’t really made to do that. Most of the water found in the USA parks are not going to have lead in them. Thanks for the comment.

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Comment on Potable Water…what’s potable? by Iulia http://www.thecampingpro.com/potable-waterwhats-potable/#comment-40 Sat, 21 Jul 2012 00:19:29 +0000 http://thecampingpro.com/?p=15#comment-40 I guess I’d be able to make a more informed decision if I actually had a better understanding of what we’re worried about with tap water (if indeed we’re worried).Like, is the reasoning behind using special water a concern about microbes? (in which case boiling seems like it would fix the issue, right? do filters catch most microbes that we’d be worried about?) Or are we mainly concerned with traces of lead or minerals or other non-microbial…things? (in which case a filter would probably pick a lot of that up, but boiling woudn’t make a difference, right?)

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Comment on Quality Is #1 by Didar http://www.thecampingpro.com/quality-is-1or-is-it/#comment-38 Fri, 20 Jul 2012 19:44:55 +0000 http://thecampingpro.com/?p=12#comment-38 Forget the cot and the heater. Get one of those Colemna twin size air mstreases and something to pump it up. Then, bring along a 1-2 thick foam pad and a good sleeping bag, or two mediocre ones. If you pump an air matress up nice and firm and then put a 2 foam pad on it, it can be more comfortable than your mattress at home. But it is equally important to keep warm when you sleep, not just have a nice pad. So, make sure that you have a sleeping bag that is rated for 20 degrees lower than the coldest temperature it will be at night or your going to freeze your bum off. So, if you aren’t sure about how good your sleeping bag is, bring a 2nd sleeping bag or a few extra comforters to go over and under your regular bag.DO NOT sleep on an air matress or cot without having something on it to insulate you from the air, or you WILL get all the heat sucked right out of you. A 2 thick foam pad is an excellent insulator, but an extra sleeping bag under you would work OK too.

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Comment on The Right Knot by Asya http://www.thecampingpro.com/the-right-knot/#comment-37 Fri, 20 Jul 2012 19:23:48 +0000 http://campinout.wordpress.com/?p=108#comment-37 I have used the palomar for years and it is snortg and easy to tie. The only thing negative I have found is it’s large size. I bottom fish with heavy #80 flouro. It puts a rather large hole in the bait which makes it easy for the fish to remove the bait. I have been trying the snell knot lately with good results. The only thing I don’t like is the tendency for the snell to loosen up. Wonder about the possibility of putting a dab of superglue on the knot?

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Comment on What is the heaviest thing you carry backpacking? by fischerls http://www.thecampingpro.com/what-is-the-heaviest-thing-you-carry-backpacking/#comment-28 Fri, 20 Jul 2012 15:38:33 +0000 http://thecampingpro.com/?p=24#comment-28 Glad you liked the post. I don’t know of any hang tags like that but sounds like a great tool. Thanks!

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