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A note of gratitude

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Re: A note of gratitude

Postby Herm » Fri Nov 02, 2012 10:00 pm

Thanks to all for keeping it real. These forums are a great place to learn and to share what you have learned - to talk about where you have been and what you have seen, and done. To wonder about future routes and explorations. To live vicariously through the awesome exploits of others, those who maybe participate beyond the bounds considered real for those like me, and maybe you too. Thanks for sharing.
I like my gear, it works for how I use it, and I try to make it last, and it has.

Cheers,
Herm
I am not in a hurry, so don't be hasty.



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Re: A note of gratitude

Postby The hermit » Sat Nov 03, 2012 3:06 am

I gave up using a nalgene or a flask for my sauce. A disposable bottle is much lighter and I you can crush it after youre done. Bulk is almost as important as weight for me.This post is about equipment that adds to the experience!
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Re: A note of gratitude

Postby Jimr » Sun Nov 04, 2012 5:31 pm

Rlone Wrote:
I still like my beanie at night, even if it's "equipment." :)


Mornings are good too.
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Re: A note of gratitude

Postby papasequoia » Sun Nov 04, 2012 5:36 pm

151 goes great with cocoa. Is that equipment or experience? :D
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