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  • Neil Taylor

    Neil Taylor replied 11th Sep '18:

    How important is it for the outdoor community to get involved in local and national politics?.
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  • myreplyis.com

    myreplyis.com asked in Outdoors 14th Aug '18:

    When you are out enjoying the outdoors, what questions are you trying to answer?.
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  • myreplyis.com

    myreplyis.com asked in Outdoors 8th Aug '18:

    What are the main political concerns facing outdoor enthusiast?.
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    myreplyis.com asked in Outdoors 19th Jul '18:

    As an outdoor enthusiast, did you have any cave experience, what was it like venturing in a cave?.
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  • Jaco Oosthuizen

    Jaco Oosthuizen replied 19th Feb '18:

    What do you love about looking, while experiencing the outdoors?.
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  • myreplyis.com

    myreplyis.com asked in Outdoors 18th Dec '17:

    From your experience, what do you believe is misunderstood when it comes to experiencing outdoor activities?.
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  • myreplyis.com

    myreplyis.com asked in Outdoors 18th Oct '17:

    Some may claim that If we learn how to manage beyond the norm risks, one may live a safer life. What is your take on this perspective?.
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  • Maninder Kohli

    Maninder Kohli asked in Outdoors 24th Apr '17:

    Are real friends becoming replaced by virtual friends ? And how is this issue impacting the growth and development of the young, as they miss out on sports, adventure & generally extracurricular activities.
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  • Walker Nikolaus

    Walker Nikolaus replied 18th Jan '16:

    Some say that when it comes to hunting, the problem is not the hunter, but the laws that allow hunting to take place, how do you feel about this point of view?.
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  • Ian Lewis

    Ian Lewis replied 11th Jun '15:

    While trekking or climbing in the Himalaya you are bound to pass through some remote mountain villages. People in these parts live a simple life and have limited needs which they are able to fulfill through resources available to them. One area which is of concern is how do they cook. They use an open fire which uses up a lot of firewood, the process is time consuming and in the process of cooking lots of harmful smoke is emitted which is a health issue. A solution is required to assist them.
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