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Re: [at-l] bandana
- Subject: Re: [at-l] bandana
- From: Pat Villeneuve <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 08 Aug 1999 21:51:19 -0500
- Organization: Spencer Museum of Art - University of Kansas
Sorry to be so very late on this, but I'd like to add that it takes
FOREVER to dry again. I "activated" mine on the last hot, humid day
before it turned 50*. Toted the #$%^ flacid thing for the rest of the
Give Me Chocolate
> Yeah! Yippee! A gear question I can answer!
> I found one, I bought one, I used one and I gave one away.
> I suspect in dry climates or even in open breezy areas (like the top of a
> telephone pole) this would work wonderfully - cooling by evaporation. But, in
> the humid woodsy eastern trails it felt like a tube of hot jello hanging
> heavily around my neck - yech!
> So, unless you are going to hike the CDT or the PCT or one of those sunny
> arid trails, I don't recommend it.
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