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  • Jenna Schauer

    USA spider chart- identify the spider you were bitten by to figure out if it's venomous. I HATE spiders so this is good to know, so I know which ones are bad!

  • Taylor Bates

    I hate spiders, and I hate looking at them even more. But this is good to know when we will be outdoors camping and hiking in the warmer weather

  • Kim Elmore

    really good hiking tips AND study up on which spiders to be legit scared of and which are just creepy

  • DeAnn Gurley

    23 hiking hacks, I like the spider chart and the sun gauge idea, most of the others I have seen.

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