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    Getting out as much as I can..which is never enough. :) Mags's Avatar
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    Default Hike My Hike - Damn It!

    The one, true, correct and absolute way to hike.

    HMHDI!

    http://www.pmags.com/joomla/pdf/hike...ke-damn-it.pdf

    (500 k for those on dial-up)
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    Fantastic! Should be in the articles section...

    Where do I sign up for the "Beer: need I say more?" lecture?

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    Aw man , I want to HYOHDI for real . Where do I sign up ?
    Getting lost is a way to find yourself.

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    Getting out as much as I can..which is never enough. :) Mags's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pokey2006 View Post
    Fantastic! Should be in the articles section...

    Where do I sign up for the "Beer: need I say more?" lecture?
    Southern Sun - Boulder, CO. Good chance you'll find me there...
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    Thank you. All hiking questions have now been answered. All disputes have been settled. You have just put all us moderators out of business.
    If not NOW, then WHEN?

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    Is that also where I can find the
    Single White Male mid-30s looking for active
    female late 20s to mid 30s. Anyone?
    lecture? In which case, I'M THERE!

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    I only skimmed it. But, didn't you leave off "river fording", "hosteling", "YOGI"???
    For a couple of bucks, get a weird haircut and waste your life away Bryan Adams....
    Hammock hangs are where you go into the woods to meet men you've only known on the internet so you can sit around a campfire to swap sewing tips and recipes. - sargevining on HF

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    Getting out as much as I can..which is never enough. :) Mags's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhjanes View Post
    I only skimmed it. But, didn't you leave off "river fording", "hosteling", "YOGI"???
    Hey..that's the second part. Every hack needs room for a sequel.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pokey2006 View Post
    Is that also where I can find the
    Single White Male mid-30s looking for active
    female late 20s to mid 30s. Anyone?
    lecture? In which case, I'M THERE!
    I've been known to combine those lectures from time to time....
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    Nice.........the sequel needs to go into pack sizes and weights.

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    Damn it Mags, if you keep this up I'll have to start ignoring you.
    Until then, I'll keep being inspired by you.
    Can I sniff your pack??
    What? Me worry??

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    pack sniffer #1 here. we have been doing it all wrong. i see the light!!!!!

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    Do not trust this bum everything he says are Lies all Lies L i i i i i i eS i say .p.s. he has an alcohol stove but never enough alcohol...to burn in it, Wonder why???
    you are what you eat: Fast! Cheap! and Easy!

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    Awesome! Nice Work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mags View Post
    The one, true, correct and absolute way to hike.

    HMHDI!

    http://www.pmags.com/joomla/pdf/hike...ke-damn-it.pdf

    (500 k for those on dial-up)
    I'm pretty sure I have this correct, are you "Magaroni" from the late 90's?
    “He is richest who is content with the least, for content is the wealth of nature.” –Socrates

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    Wow Mags. I want to HYOHDI.....but I have never felt like I've been violated personally whilst reading. Especially this early in the morning. I also wouldn't trust that guy with the beard in the pictures.

    Now the guy in the North Face Jacket...

    Two words for you....****ING AWESOME

    Add the Providence/Boston accent mix to that....

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    Mags... you've got way too much time on your hands. But... nice work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pokey2006 View Post
    Is that also where I can find the
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    female late 20s to mid 30s. Anyone?
    lecture? In which case, I'M THERE!
    Pokey, beware of Mags. Not only is he pure hiker trash. But he OBVIOUSLY has control issues. And a mother who wants grandchildren.
    'All my lies are always wishes" ~Jeff Tweedy~

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOWGLI View Post
    Pokey, beware of Mags. Not only is he pure hiker trash. But he OBVIOUSLY has control issues. And a mother who wants grandchildren.
    Might be a problem, might not. For all you know Pokey's mother might want grandchildren, too.

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    Funny stuff

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    , but the hiking pole section needs to be longer.

    Hiking poles are the most important part of hiking as indicated by their name. Before hiking poles were invented, it was almost impossible to hike. People who don't have the correct alloy of aluminum hiking poles are not hiking -they're just struggling. Hiking poles make your sunglasses look even cooler and therefore a secondary sexual attractant. Especially,-Don't get suckered into the Wooden Walking Stick School. That was popular a hundred years ago, when marriages were still arranged and well before the advent of marketing enlightenment. Nothing people did on the trail a hundred years ago is relevant today. Besides, everybody's doing it. You wouldn't want to look silly and out of touch would you?
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