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Jump to new posts Re: Suggested Trails Texas / South OK by 4evrplan @ 11 minutes 24 seconds ago

Davy Crockett is certainly convenient for those quick trips when you've got cabin fever and just have to get out there, but it's fairly flat and heavily wooded, so there's not much of a view. On top of that, the USFS recommends not to drink the wate
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Jump to new posts Re: AA battery charger for iPhone by Pika @ Today at 07:54 AM

Thanks. This looks like a good answer. And, I like having projects 😀.
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Jump to new posts Tips to click best selfie by Bevin @ Today at 01:37 AM

Selfie is photograph of someone clicked by oneself.Suppose if you click your photo then it is called as selfie.While clicking selfie background selfie is bad and light coming from front is good.Natural light gives the best results, clean your surroun
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Jump to new posts Happiness overloaded by Bevin @ Today at 01:27 AM

When a person says he is overloaded with happiness? Can anyone have the experience of happiness getting overloaded? Can you share it here
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Jump to new posts Re: AA battery charger for iPhone by JustWalking @ Yesterday at 11:50 PM

If you don't mind 'rolling your own' here's some instructions on making one: Minty Boost
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Jump to new posts Re: Suggested Trails Texas / South OK by 41253 @ Yesterday at 04:27 PM

Don't think Texas, think distance. Most or all of 4 other states are closer to Dallas than Big Bend is (as you know). I was disapointed with Davey Crocket NF, it's pretty crowded and it seems as though you're never out of hearing range of a dirt roa
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Jump to new posts Re: Flamable fabrics? by OregonMouse @ Yesterday at 03:55 PM

Sewing for Civil War reenactments has taught me a lot about fabrics. Since there was no nylon/polyester/rayon/etc. in 1860, and fabric labeling isn't all it should be, we run burn tests on scraps of fabric to make sure we don't have synthetic fabric
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Jump to new posts Re: Suggested Trails Texas / South OK by toddfw2003 @ 11/15/17 10:41 PM

Hit the lonestar trail or 4 c trail south of you
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Jump to new posts Re: Flamable fabrics? by toddfw2003 @ 11/15/17 10:39 PM

Im the same as the above poster. I pretty much only wear nylon pants, never jeam. If you get wet then you will be cold I also never build fires when backpacking. Too much work after backpacking,all day. I get my from what i wear, what i eat and
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