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  1. Thread: Running Water

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    [Album] No much of a photographer but...

    I enjoy taking pics. This a a couple years ago at Copeland Falls. Don't remember the camera settings but it was about 4:30 in the afternoon in Oct. Sorry about the size, I had to shrink it quite a...
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    Erythmics "When Tomarrow Comes". The problem with...

    Erythmics "When Tomarrow Comes". The problem with browsing on a PDA is that it'll take three songs to write this reply...
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    Great topic!

    I've been away a while but I'm finally getting back to having fun rather than just job-searching on the web. Great topic and some great pics too!
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    I noticed a few missed the cold water one. Here's...

    I noticed a few missed the cold water one. Here's the "how come" for the answer:

    Water conducts heat away from your body at about 20 times the rate that air does. Moving causes the water you have...
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    Treehugger is right, you can easily end up with...

    Treehugger is right, you can easily end up with every gizmo under the sun. Her list is right on too :2thumbs:

    I'll make a few comments on each though...

    1. sleeping bag/pad. - Get one for...
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    More cool aircraft and pictures of hypersonic...

    More cool aircraft and pictures of hypersonic vapor at:

    http://www.dfrc.nasa.gov/Gallery/Photo/index.html

    Some wild aircraft here and some great shots taken from chase aircraft.
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    They do the burrito thing with the switch as...

    They do the burrito thing with the switch as well. It's aimmed at the winter snowboard crowd and that setup hold a board great.

    I haven't used any of their "burrito" models but I do have an Atmos...
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    Re: Another new one

    One piece at a time. It takes a while so I do without or lug the old heavy stuff until I can upgrade it.

    You're so right though, it ain't cheap.
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    I caught the original dance night before last and...

    I caught the original dance night before last and even there they were more fun to watch than the Russians. They were obviously having a ball doing something they loved where the Russian team was...
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    - Tailgaters on the 11% grade coming down I-70...

    - Tailgaters on the 11% grade coming down I-70 into Denver
    - Tailgaters anywhere
    - People doing work on the laptop while trying to drive the car (yes, I've seen it, today in fact!)
    - Lack of...
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    I started my son at 7 and could have started him...

    I started my son at 7 and could have started him earlier. He was snowshoeing at 5 and loving it.

    I restrict him to about 25% of his body weight but since he's growing that keeps getting to be a...
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    Great stuff! :2thumbs: Don't know how well...

    Great stuff! :2thumbs:

    Don't know how well my '86 would do at the climbing stuff. It's got the T176 tranny which is geared a bit tall for that but makes it manageable for gas mileage.

    It gets...
  13. Thread: Constrychnine

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    [Trip Report] Looks like a great time! :2thumbs: Thanks...

    Looks like a great time! :2thumbs:

    Thanks for the pics Ice,
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    That's a lot of eagles! :eek2: We get some...

    That's a lot of eagles! :eek2:

    We get some nesting here on the Front Range and it's always a treat to see 'em.

    My fav eagle sighting was a Golden though. Was hiking at about 12,900' along a...
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    I have an eTrex Venrure which is not...

    I have an eTrex Venrure which is not basemap-capable. I've never used basemaps so I don't miss them.
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    That is a sweet setup! :cool2:

    That is a sweet setup! :cool2:
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    Poll: I was just a kid when it happened and I'm still...

    I was just a kid when it happened and I'm still pissed at Lamar for lobbying against CO hosting them. What an idiot, once you turn them down you've ruined all future chance of ever getting them...
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    How about the nastiest explitive you used on the...

    How about the nastiest explitive you used on the way down?
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    Maps uploaded to your GPS are at the scale you...

    Maps uploaded to your GPS are at the scale you display them. The terrain is transferred to the GPS in real-size units and you can display it as many ways as your GPS allows. (usually whatever is...
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    They should post the article in the "Adenturer's...

    They should post the article in the "Adenturer's Handbook" section right alongside "How to beach a kayak". :mrgreen:
  21. Go for it! :2thumbs: I won't be there to use...

    Go for it! :2thumbs:

    I won't be there to use it but it sounds like a great idea.
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    I've used both TOPO! & Delome USA and they both...

    I've used both TOPO! & Delome USA and they both have strengths and weaknesses.

    TOPO! - Rocks for it's main purpose, topo mapping, esp. in 7.5' scales (1:24,000) with great options for printing...
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    Yes, it is pretty country. There are very few...

    Yes, it is pretty country. There are very few sights that exceed a storm sea crashing into Trinidad Head with the spray shooting 150' in the air.

    Too bad things have gotten so contriversial, i...
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    I lived in Arcata, my step-dad was a mainframe...

    I lived in Arcata, my step-dad was a mainframe programmer/operator for Humboldt County and their computer center was in Arcata rather than across the bay. Great place to live as a kid growing up in...
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    [Trip Report] Re: Poison Oak is so much fun...

    One of our SAR instructors here in CO is from GA and had a great one during the class on field hygiene. It ssems that back in GA she had hired a guy to clean out a bunch of brush in her back forty...
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