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Gloves - Review

It’s probably a little late this year for it to be really useful, but I thought I’d share with you the gloves that I use. I have four pairs which I use most frequently, so here’s a run through of them: 390 more words

Hiking

Tips For Getting Tri Gear For Less

There’s no denying it: triathlons can be an expensive sport to get into. From the super-light road bikes to the specialty shorts, there’s countless ways to spend large amounts of your hard-earned dollars. 1,065 more words

Triathlete

Boston to Harper's Ferry

Yesterday was hectic with last-minute preparations. 346 more words

SolarPuff Disaster relief.

So I am taking a SolarPuff with me down the Missouri river, and going to purchase one or two more. I love this product because it is a solar alternative to kerosene , battery operated, or any kind of lamp you can think of. 131 more words

SolarPuff

Hoka One One Bondi Four

After my Cliftons went the way of heaven, I felt compelled to introduce another Hoka into the ultra-shoe lineup. While I really did enjoy the Cliftons, these shoes really remind me of walking on pillows. 66 more words

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Melody Maker Tuning

Melody Maker Tuning for the diatonic harmonica is likely the most misunderstood and incorrectly described of the alternate tuning approaches.  Made popular by Lee Oskar Harmonicas, Melody Maker tuning merely adds one (1) additional adjusted note to Country Tuning.   297 more words

16:23 Custom Harmonicas

More Cosy Cooking

As mentioned in a post Cosy cooking, sometime ago, I’m a firm believer in using a Pot Cosy to help save fuel; particularly with using home dehydrated meals where simmering for at least 20mins would be necessary to get the food rehydrate properly, even cooking up a simple pasta requires simmering for say 10mins. 479 more words

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