The Exact Date Of Next Alien Attack - AstroRaidWritten by David D. Deprice
The fate of humanity is in your hands! The Earth is in danger of being destroyed by a fast spreading alien virus that kills anybody it infects. The only hope is a vaccine that was developed on a remote space station by our scientists. You are now on your way back with precious cargo on board, when you start to understand that virus was intentionally introduced. How do you know it? Simple - it seems that everything goes wrong on your way back. First, someone tried to kill you while you were inside space station. Second, unknown forces tried to sabotage your ship launch, but you found fuel leakage just in time. Finally, you found a bomb on board. And now this - hordes of UFOs and alien ships are getting more and more fierce as you approach Earth to save its inhabitants. Captain, its not going to be easy, but with some skills and doggedness you can do it. Just keep your thumb close to Fire button.
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What Makes a Hiking Boot Great?Written by Marc Wiltse
How to evaluate hiking boots and footwear for comfort, protection, and durability.
Choosing hiking boots and footwear is one of most important decisions you as a hiker or camper will make. They'll either make your trip memorable or miserable. To find what's best for you, ask yourself "What type of hiking do I do?"
Day Hiking (Light-weight)- Do you usually go for short hikes for one to several hours during week or weekend without a backpack? Then you'll want to consider these. They're lighter, flexible, and breathe better because they're usually made of fabric and split-grain leather. They're comfortable for day outings but you'll become fatigued and your feet will begin to bother you if you try to hike with a pack or for an extended trip because they aren't designed to support you like hiking boots below.
Backpacking/Hiking (Mid-weight)- Stiffer mid-weight hiking boots provide more support and protection for shorter 2-3 day trips or even day hikes with or without a light to moderate load. If you hike for a few hours and want more support and/or up to three days on or off-trail on easy to moderate trails get a mid-weight leather backpacking boot.
Extended Backpacking (Mountaineering)- The best level of support, protection, and durability for heavier loads and longer trips, but they're also usually heavier. Supports heavy loads of approximately 40+ pounds (could vary with hiking boot). If you hike for more than three days on or off-trail with a moderate to heavy pack on demanding terrain get an extended (heavy weight) backpacking boot. If you need to attach crampons for glaciers check to make sure boots are compatible before you buy. For cold-weather hiking it's critical to get waterproof insulated boots that breathe to keep you dry.