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 Post subject: Re: Camping/Backpacking
PostPosted: Thu June 29, 2017 8:13 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Camping/Backpacking
PostPosted: Thu June 29, 2017 8:18 pm 
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i liked you two better when you were fighting

Well we both carry extra toilet seats when camping so

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 Post subject: Re: Camping/Backpacking
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Well we both carry extra toilet seats when camping so

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PostPosted: Fri June 30, 2017 6:01 am 
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knee tunes wrote:
oh, there is a camping thread.

tomorrow I go camping.

tonight I bought a round thing with four spikey things that you wash, assemble, and then go make toast with.

is there anything else i need?

Should be good.

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PostPosted: Sun July 02, 2017 3:18 pm 
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I've walked and ran about 100km this past week in the Oslo area, and next week I'm going to the west coast for a holiday. Will definitely do some hiking in the forest, also thinking about doing a mountain or two.

Dream about doing the old King's road that linked the east and west of Norway in the really old days. It's 100kms long.


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Done about 70km this week, mostly in nature around Oslo. Managed a little less on the west coast last week, but did climb a few minor peaks.

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I removed the backboard in my Osprey pack. Yeah, it's a little sweatier, but overall way more comfortable.

This is the second pack that I've removed the backboard.

Anybody else do that?


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PostPosted: Thu July 12, 2018 10:42 pm 
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I removed the backboard in my Osprey pack. Yeah, it's a little sweatier, but overall way more comfortable.

This is the second pack that I've removed the backboard.

Anybody else do that?

funny, i was contemplating this for the first time when we hiked Yellowstone last weekend and the backboard kept bumping the lower part of my spine


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My buddy thinks we are gonna hike 110 km in 3 days. I want to hurt him. He won't back down.

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Dev wrote:
My buddy thinks we are gonna hike 110 km in 3 days. I want to hurt him. He won't back down.

That can be done! I wouldnt personally want to do it but i believe 20 or so miles per day is generally what one shoots for when doing something like the PCT.

I rather hike less and enjoy the area more. I wonder if I could do it though...lower elevation i could easily do it.. Where is the hike?


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Strat wrote:
Dev wrote:
My buddy thinks we are gonna hike 110 km in 3 days. I want to hurt him. He won't back down.

That can be done! I wouldnt personally want to do it but i believe 20 or so miles per day is generally what one shoots for when doing something like the PCT.

I rather hike less and enjoy the area more. I wonder if I could do it though...lower elevation i could easily do it.. Where is the hike?

Manitoba. I think it is actually impossible considering the terrain, the fact there is snow on the ground, the fact we are backpacking and the limited daylight. I have hiked 35 km in a day with full gear and it almost killed me (although I did make a few mistakes that trip and hurt my back, and got nailed by a hornets nest).

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Dev wrote:
Strat wrote:
Dev wrote:
My buddy thinks we are gonna hike 110 km in 3 days. I want to hurt him. He won't back down.

That can be done! I wouldnt personally want to do it but i believe 20 or so miles per day is generally what one shoots for when doing something like the PCT.

I rather hike less and enjoy the area more. I wonder if I could do it though...lower elevation i could easily do it.. Where is the hike?

Manitoba. I think it is actually impossible considering the terrain, the fact there is snow on the ground, the fact we are backpacking and the limited daylight. I have hiked 35 km in a day with full gear and it almost killed me (although I did make a few mistakes that trip and hurt my back, and got nailed by a hornets nest).

Lets go together


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I’d love to go camping with you in the Wicklow mountains Strat. Next time you’re over.


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Strat wrote:
Dev wrote:
Strat wrote:
Dev wrote:
My buddy thinks we are gonna hike 110 km in 3 days. I want to hurt him. He won't back down.

That can be done! I wouldnt personally want to do it but i believe 20 or so miles per day is generally what one shoots for when doing something like the PCT.

I rather hike less and enjoy the area more. I wonder if I could do it though...lower elevation i could easily do it.. Where is the hike?

Manitoba. I think it is actually impossible considering the terrain, the fact there is snow on the ground, the fact we are backpacking and the limited daylight. I have hiked 35 km in a day with full gear and it almost killed me (although I did make a few mistakes that trip and hurt my back, and got nailed by a hornets nest).

Lets go together

tell me the next time you are in Minnesota lol.

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 Post subject: Re: Camping/Backpacking
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Dev wrote:
Strat wrote:
Dev wrote:
Strat wrote:
Dev wrote:
My buddy thinks we are gonna hike 110 km in 3 days. I want to hurt him. He won't back down.

That can be done! I wouldnt personally want to do it but i believe 20 or so miles per day is generally what one shoots for when doing something like the PCT.

I rather hike less and enjoy the area more. I wonder if I could do it though...lower elevation i could easily do it.. Where is the hike?

Manitoba. I think it is actually impossible considering the terrain, the fact there is snow on the ground, the fact we are backpacking and the limited daylight. I have hiked 35 km in a day with full gear and it almost killed me (although I did make a few mistakes that trip and hurt my back, and got nailed by a hornets nest).

Lets go together

tell me the next time you are in Minnesota lol.


I rather backpack mountains. Ill canoe and explore the northern shore again but for long exended trips i rather do mountains. Somewhere.


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Hieroglyphics Trail. One of our favorite family hikes.

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 Post subject: Re: Camping/Backpacking
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The fee at my favorite camping spot on the Mogollon Rim is going from $30 a night to $135.

WTF?!


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run2death wrote:
The fee at my favorite camping spot on the Mogollon Rim is going from $30 a night to $135.

WTF?!

there's still time to stop it

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
run2death wrote:
The fee at my favorite camping spot on the Mogollon Rim is going from $30 a night to $135.

WTF?!

there's still time to stop it

Kill everybody?


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