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3D Elevation – We’ve Got You Covered in all 50 States Spring is just around the corner, and that means it’s planting time for the Nation’s farmers. Many of them rely on high-tech farming practices such as in-depth analyses of soil samples, and prescription application of seed, fertilizer, water, pesticides and herbicides, and more. For all of these applications, three-dimensional elevation data, and a whole host of other cutting-edge information are brought together in a process known as precision farming. Precision farming is just one of many practices that are making use of unprecedented levels of scientific information about the environment and its natural processes. Well-established business uses increasing rely on three-dimensional elevation data, including natural disaster management, infrastructure construction and management, natural resources conservation aviation navigation, transportation planning, just to name a few. Graphic depicting an airborne lidar system. 3D Elevation – We’ve Got You Covered in all 50 States The U.S.
She's the one: The complete Wind River High Route A scan of my topo maps from the 2009 trip, during which we hiked the length of the range. Wind River Peak was a climatic finish for the group, as it will be for a southbounder on the Wind River High Route; for a northbounder, it’s an inspiring start. My guide to the complete Wind River High Route is finally live. This project was first inspired in 2009 while guiding a two-week trip through the range, and this winter it has been my biggest obsession, the focus of 100+ hours of time and the cause for several sleepless nights when it’s been more difficult to shut down my mind than my computer. BTW, has anyone else ever dreamt in contour lines? The route’s specs: 97 miles, with 63 miles (65 percent) of off-trail travelTwo 13’ers plus a 12,259-foot mid-route summitNine alpine passes; the highest, Blaurock Pass, is at 12,750 feet620 vertical feet of change per mile, and a total of 30,000 feet of climbingLowest elevation, besides the trailheads: 9,690 feet at Big Sandy Lake More information:
Kayak Car Topping Helper (because They Can Be Heavy) The materials are basic, but some of it had to be found online. This is for EACH device you build. Double Suction Cup: The type used for safely handling glass panels, sheet steel and smooth laminates. Two suction cups provide lateral stability, and the handle between the two makes for a convenient bar to attach the frame to. PVC Pipes: These make up the structure: 1" PVC Tee with Threaded Branch (2): The straight part was smooth but the branch is threaded so you can reduce.1" to 3/4" Threaded Male Adapter (2): To reduce from 1" Tee to the 3/4" the rest of the device will be.3/4" PVC Tee Smooth (2): Will need priming and PVC cement.3/4" to 1/2" PVC Male Adapter (2): This will narrow the channel as the axle comes out.3/4" PVC Pipe: After buying a 10' length, I only needed about a foot for each device.PVC Cement: To hold all of the pipes together. 3/4" to 1 3/4" Stainless Steel (Hose) Clamps: To attach the device to the double suction cups. 6" Plastic Wheel: A lawn mower wheel.
Epsom Salt Formula for Stump Removal Removing a tree stump can be a difficult task. ... How to Kill Tree Stumps With Salt. Unwanted tree stumps are unsightly... Epsom Salt Solution for Stump Removal. In small amounts, Epsom salt (magnesium sulfate heptahydrate) ... Tools for Tree Stump Removal. SHTF Medical: How to make an Ozone Generator for Purifying Water | The Rebel Prepper Network Water is a God given right and making it clean and safe to drink is a human necessity. While boiling is always the go to today we are examining a method of purifying water without the use of heat. There are several reasons to know how and what you can use to make water safe to drink from the inability to have a fire at your current location to not having a vessel to boil in. First we should talk a bit about what ozone is and how it is capable of purifying water. If you are bugging in and have a method for maintaining electricity after the grid falls then you may want to consider using ozone to purify large amounts of water. *image courtesy of bing images via www.diytrade.com (if this is your image please leave a comment below so I can give you credit or promptly remove it) **Supporting article via www.ehow.com How to Make a Homemade Ozone Generator How to Build an Ozone Water Injector
LATEST PROJECT - Truck Drawers/Sleeping Platform As a thank you to all of those EXPO members that have posted their ideas in the past - I give you the following in hopes that others will be able to gain as much from me....My wife and I are heading to Alaska for three weeks this season. An incredible road-trip to say the least with some biking, paddling, climbing and some serious relaxing thrown in to keep it all interesting. We are both very experienced backcountry (hiking) travelers, but we wanted something faster and more convenient this time around. Hence, I turned to EXPO to see what you are all up to.Wow! So many options. Continued ...Regards, -=Doug
The Skinth Trail Blazer - Skinth Solutions The Trail Blazer was original designed to organize fire starting and small survival kits. The TB has evolved and been repurposed as gear bundle that is adaptable to almost any situation. The Trail Blazer is constructed from 1000D CORDURA® nylon, V70 nylon thread and features slide release buckles (SRB) on all of the flaps. The main compartment of the TrailBlazer is 3″ wide, 1.5″ deep and 4″ long with a divider to slide a regular sized Altoids tin against the back. Each side tube pocket is 1.25″ in diameter, lots of room for items and even 4″ multitools. SRB’s on all flapsInternal Divider Flat bottom, side pockets fitted for 4″ long multitools and flashlightsPentaPocket small item organization system (one behind each side tube, one 2.5″x3″ flat pocket and two 1″x3″ in front)Pen straps on front flap2″ wide belt loop Trail Blazer Upgrade Options: Stainless Steel belt clipMOLLE attachment webbingHorizontal Straps for bag strap carry Got Questions?
Dwell - Explora Patagonia Hotel – Your New Bucket List Addition You’re waking up in a comfortable bed. You look over to the nearby window that stretches over the entire wall. A second of confusion followed by a simple, undiluted state of awe. This is the explora Patagonia Hotel, the first remote retreat opened by the company back in 1993.
Six Great Long-Distance Bike Trails Without Cars | Cool Tools Many years ago I took a meandering 5,000 mile bike ride across the US, from San Francisco to New York via Idaho and Texas. I rode back roads all the way and it was a highlight of my life. But this long bike ride would have been 100 times better if I did not have to share the road with careless drivers, overloaded pickups, and logging trucks, not to mention suicidal teens in hot rods. Wouldn’t it be great if there were long-distance trails specifically for bicycles? Well, there are! Many of these trails did not exist as bike paths even a few years ago. John Wayne Pioneer Trail — 113 miles While this trail officially transects Washington state, only 113 miles of the final 200 mile trail have been developed (by 2007) and are presently open. Cowboy Trail — 195 miles A nice leisurely 5-day trip passing through the small towns every 15 miles on the Nebraska prairie. Katy Trail — 264 miles This bike trail which mostly parallels the Missouri River is a Missouri state park unto itself.
CLC Let’s You Build Your Own Teardrop Camper With leisure time becoming all the more valuable, and campers becoming all the more expensive, we require innovative solutions to new problems. Thanks to the ingenuity of John C. Harris from Chesapeake Light Craft, you can now own your own teardrop camper for a margin of the price. Easy to assemble, stunningly crafted, and compact, the Teardrop Campers is a must-have for every small vehicle owner. Despite its small size, these Teardrop campers are also structurally strong enough to accommodate all of your camping toys. John Harris was inspired by the fact that he owns a Mini Cooper, and still wanted to go camping. Despite being compact, at 5′ x 8′, it’s still large enough to accommodate two adults measuring in at 6’6″. Even though it might seem small, this teardrop is surprisingly roomy inside, and two adults measuring up to 6’6” can easily fit and stretch inside it. All in all, these teardrop campers are something to behold, and definitely something to own. Get it from CLC here.