Charting Adventure: The Importance of Tentmate’s Feelings

Charting Adventure: The Importance of Tentmate’s Feelings

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NASA no doubt knows something about the psychological effects of keeping humans together in small spaces for extended periods of time, and so far as we know there have been no knock-down, drag-outs up there in orbit. Of course, NASA probably also has all manner of pharmaceutical stress relief, too. But for those stuck in a tent in a storm, well, the only tools at hand are shared paperbacks, iPods running out of battery, and your own self government — all of which erode over time, as shown here. Best to keep the ice tools outside.


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Brendan Leonard is a contributing editor to Adventure Journal. Follow him at his blog, Semi-Rad.
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  • Jerry Isaak
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    There are quite a few possible variables here. This seems to call for a more complex theory. Perhaps adding a pie chart would help, or at least a bar graph or two.

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