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Cam - Climbing - About.com
A cam is a metal, mechanical spring-loaded camming device (SLCD) that fits in cracks and crevices to protect a lead climber by securing the climbing rope, ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbingequipmentwords/a/CamDef.htm
10 Tips to Place Better Cams for Rock Climbing - About.com
Spring-loaded camming devices or SLCDs are an important part of your rack of climbing gear. While cams are easy to place, they are only safe and secure if ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbinggear/a/10-Tips-To-Place-Cams.htm
Speed Climbing Tip #8 -- Use Cams Not Nuts - About.com
Speed Climbing Tip #8 -- To climb faster use cams instead of nuts when you place climbing protection since they're easier to place and remove.
http://climbing.about.com/od/speedclimbing/a/SpeedTip8.htm
Best Fall Foliage and Autumn Color Web Cams - Forestry - About.com
Here are the best fall tree foliage and autumn color web cams. Using webcams you can follow the fall color and autumn leaf wave through North America.
http://forestry.about.com/od/fallcolor/a/fall_web_cams.htm
Fall Foliage Leaf Cam Web Cams - Watch New England Leaves ...
If you can't get to New England, you can still be among the throngs of leaf peepers, thanks to the magic of Fall Foliage Web Cams. Here are a dozen leaf cams ...
http://gonewengland.about.com/cs/fallfoliage/a/aacyberleafpeep.htm
The Pros and Cons of Using a Nanny Cam - Child Care - About.com
More and more folks are using nanny cams in their homes. While it may give peace of mind, you should know the pros and cons.
http://childcare.about.com/cs/evaluations/bb/nannycam.htm
All About Spring-Loaded Camming Devices -- Cams are Essential ...
Spring-loaded camming devices (SLCDs) are essential pieces of climbing equipment for your rock adventures. Cams are placed in cracks for protection while ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbinggear/a/All-About-SLCDs.htm
Rack Cams & Carabiners to Save Weight - Climbing - About.com
How you rack your cams on your gear sling depends on the type of route you're climbing. Learn here if you should rack cams on their own carabiners or double ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/cliimbingtechniques/a/Rack-Cams-And-Carabiners-To-Save-Weight.htm
How to Remove Stuck Camming Devices -- Tips and Tricks to ...
Spring-loaded camming devices or cams are expensive pieces of climbing gear that can get stuck in cracks on routes. Learn tips and tricks and how to remove ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/TraditionalClimbing/a/How-To-Remove-Stuck-Camming-Devices.htm
Re-Sling Your Cams - Climbing Safety - About.com
The slings on your cams wear out and need to be replaced. Find out why you should replace cam slings, how often they need replacement, and who can do the ...
http://climbing.about.com/od/climbinggear/a/Resling-Your-Climbing-Cams.htm
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