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Re: [at-l] Hiking fog-blind



>Kahley7@ptd.net (kahlena) writes:
>
> Yesterday's outing was great..cheap gear worked great!  Temp 11 to 15.
> One problem.  I had to choose to either expose my nose or fog my 
> sunglasses.  The turtle fur balaclava is a toasty thing but it channeled
> my breath vapor up to my glasses and they fogged.  The sun came on 
> strong by 11:00 and I had to use the sun glasses against the snow glare.
> So....I could keep my nose warm and hike blind or see well and freeze my 
> nose.    Any suggestions?		Kahley >

Skiers have a number of solutions to this problem, the best is a little
piece of cloth impregnated with ... something ... that you wipe your goggle
lenses with.  You should be able to find these anywhere that sells ski
equipment.

Karen

Karen Elder
Aikido Kokikai Albuquerque
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

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