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There was nothing left to do but sit and pray. Why do we love survival stories so much? They're testaments to human resilience, and showcase the kind of resourcefulness and perseverance that we all hope we have inside of us and pray that we'll never need. We're hard at work on the second season of our podcast, Out Alive!

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Share yours for the chance to win a new sleeping bag or pad. Will this solve some of your backcountry problems? Maybe not. But it might make you more comfortable in some of the decisions you've made and the number of pairs of underwear you bring. Also, is butt sweat embarrassing? And if so, is there a solution? Carl thinks there's an issue with every type of filter and every brand of filter. The problems and the solution is revealed on this episode. Also, is Derek willing to own up to terrible camp chore etiquette from years ago?

And does he really know the difference between filters and purifiers? You be the judge. Which gear is most likely to break on you out in the field? Derek and Carl each have their list of items to watch out for and "solutions" if the gear does break. Also, there are ways we might use gear inappropriately that will be the root cause of the breakage.

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So, what should you stop doing? Derek also challenges Carl on his ability or lack thereof to push the power button for an item that was brought up. Check out our latest vid on Youtube. Should notorious snorers bring earplugs for everyone? Is there a passive aggressive way to get people to go to bed at a reasonable hour? How much of a pass to you give the tired hiker who is simply unable to contribute to any camp chores? Loved this!

OMG this was so on point! I just so happened to be on a tour and thankfully, someone else had toilet paper for me to use! Thank goodness someone else had some. I quickly got in the habit of stocking up at hostels etc just so I never ran out! I can only agree with everything, we have traveled 4 countries and just about to visit 5th.

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Table of Contents. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. First Name. Email Address. We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this in, you will be marked as a spammer. Christina from Happy to Wander says: March 5, at am. Lia says: March 5, at pm. Ian McAllister says: January 1, at pm. I used to carry earplugs for restaurants.

Now I switch off my hearing aids. Lia Garcia says: January 11, at pm. Birthe from Wandering the World says: March 5, at am. Lia says: March 6, at pm. I hope so too! South America is wonderful! What's Katie Doing? Kiara says: March 6, at am. Lia Garcia says: March 5, at am. Megan Johnson! Lia says: March 12, at pm. Lia says: March 20, at am. Kiran Kishore says: August 11, at am. You are giving me soooo much nostalgia! I miss reggaeton so much!!

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Lia says: August 11, at pm. John and Susan Pazera says: October 18, at am. Great post and awesome blog! Glad we found it. Cheers, John and Susan Boquete, Panama.