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Ken Ramos
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Post by Ken Ramos »

Cyclops asked:
Do you think we need to get out more?


Most certainly! :D If one has no health issues, a good 5 mi. hike over rough terrain with a 45lb. pack full of camera gear would be good for you. Not to mention the extras like, at least a bottle of water and plenty of healthy snacks to munch on while you are looking for suitable subjects for photographing. However, I am no physician so don't take my advice seriously (disclaimer in the event you go flat of your back on the trail) :lol:

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Post by salden »

Ken Ramos wrote:Cyclops asked:
Do you think we need to get out more?


Most certainly! :D If one has no health issues, a good 5 mi. hike over rough terrain with a 45lb. pack full of camera gear would be good for you.
That will give you health issues...
Sue Alden

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Sue said:
That will give you health issues...
Yes it might as a matter of fact. :-k Not as young as I used to be but still from time to time, I venture into these mountains here in North Carolina for a day long hike and I do go very well prepared most of the time, expecting to spend a day or two in the event something unfortunate happens. So besides my cameras, I do carry a modest amount of gear. A ranger once told me, "if you venture far into these mountains...go expecting to spend the night." Good advice I thought, a lot of people get lost or hurt in these mountains every year, some by their own foolishness and others just by unfortunate circumstances. :D

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I love eccentrics, I'd be one if I had more time! :P
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