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Kartessa


May 13, 2013, 8:46 AM
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First setup in a while

First PT in a while


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May 13, 2013, 8:53 AM
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Buttoning up for Bruisn-Leafs game 6, sitting down to work on a couple of small paintings, and yes, I do worry about my quick-adjust harness, and no, I don't like it.

Hardly worth watching... Leafs suck.


Well, they're winning Game 6 at the moment...and I have a bad feeling that they're going to walk into the second round after Game 7, too.

Bruins are playing absolutely uninspiring hockey.

But they leafs have a magic super power... they choke

Fingers are crossed? please?

I'll even refrain from throwing a fit if the Habs win their first round series.

F*** Hockey

That's funny because the Lady feels the same way about soccer.


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May 13, 2013, 8:59 AM
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Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
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Panda?


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May 13, 2013, 10:08 AM
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Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

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May 13, 2013, 10:33 AM
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Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
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Yeah, sorry. Trying to utilize my network.


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May 13, 2013, 10:36 AM
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Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
Avira?
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Panda?

double post from facespace

Yeah, sorry. Trying to utilize my network.

sorry can't help you. i'm a mac junkie


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May 13, 2013, 10:41 AM
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macherry wrote:
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Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
Avira?
AVAST?
Panda?

double post from facespace

Yeah, sorry. Trying to utilize my network.

sorry can't help you. i'm a mac junkie

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May 13, 2013, 10:49 AM
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Back from Zion!

Matt and I successfully finished our 48 mile run across it (with a good amount of hiking :P) took a loooooong time, but it was really beautiful and I'm really glad we did it.

I did nearly step on a snake, and saw 2 others... luckily none felt like eating me. Also in the animal count we saw 1 deer, 2 frogs, 10 million mosquitos and flies (they bite!) a few hundred tourists, and a tiny dog with a glittery clip in its hair...


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May 13, 2013, 10:50 AM
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macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
Avira?
AVAST?
Panda?

double post from facespace

Yeah, sorry. Trying to utilize my network.

sorry can't help you. i'm a mac junkie

Never understood why people like Mac so much.


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May 13, 2013, 10:55 AM
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Back from Zion!

Matt and I successfully finished our 48 mile run across it (with a good amount of hiking :P) took a loooooong time, but it was really beautiful and I'm really glad we did it.

I did nearly step on a snake, and saw 2 others... luckily none felt like eating me. Also in the animal count we saw 1 deer, 2 frogs, 10 million mosquitos and flies (they bite!) a few hundred tourists, and a tiny dog with a glittery clip in its hair...

I should put you in touch with a couple of friends of mine who are climbers and ultra-marathoners, too. They're both at Penn St, though, so a ways away, but he's been doing century trail runs for a couple of years now, I think. She just started the 50-milers. They're into doing races and stuff.


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May 13, 2013, 11:35 AM
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macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
Avira?
AVAST?
Panda?

double post from facespace

Yeah, sorry. Trying to utilize my network.

sorry can't help you. i'm a mac junkie

Never understood why people like Mac so much.

easy to use: all my devices sync up together and share info.

plus my kid works for apple. i get lots of hand me downs and the boy gives me family discounts. win win all around


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May 13, 2013, 1:01 PM
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macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
Avira?
AVAST?
Panda?

double post from facespace

Yeah, sorry. Trying to utilize my network.

sorry can't help you. i'm a mac junkie

Never understood why people like Mac so much.

easy to use: all my devices sync up together and share info.

plus my kid works for apple. i get lots of hand me downs and the boy gives me family discounts. win win all around

yeah, i'd do that too if I had that kind of in.


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May 13, 2013, 1:20 PM
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About to set foot in a classroom for the first time in 9 years... There may be some 9599
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May 13, 2013, 1:21 PM
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A week off... Now to katch up.

let's see what happened.


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May 13, 2013, 1:22 PM
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I also got a blow by blow trip report of a full-on tourist trip to Italy (wow, you went to Rome? How unique!)

He asks if I have ever been to Italy.

"I only hiked into a corner of it so I could climb Mont Blanc."

Blank stare ensues. "So did you have to go through a border crossing?"

"Yes, the Italians have their entire Tenth Mountain Division stationed every 100 meters along the border to prevent terrorists from entering through the French alps."

My wife thought that was rude.
Befitting, not rude.
His fault for being American.


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May 13, 2013, 1:22 PM
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Boy toy kept spraying about how he loves cold water on the trail and he freezes his water bottles prior to the hike. "Oh, how clever. I just bring water and drink it no matter the temp," says I.

He kept stopping to suck out the meltwater from a 16 oz bottle the whole way, and by the end of the day it was still 70% frozen and he was parched, too proud to accept liquid from my Camelback. Whatevez.

On the 90-100 degree days I love the ice cold water... trick is to fill the bottle half way, free it on it's side and top up with water before hitting the trail...

n00b
Camelback with large opening. fill with ice cubes... then water.


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May 13, 2013, 1:23 PM
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I also got a blow by blow trip report of a full-on tourist trip to Italy (wow, you went to Rome? How unique!)

He asks if I have ever been to Italy.

"I only hiked into a corner of it so I could climb Mont Blanc."

Blank stare ensues. "So did you have to go through a border crossing?"

"Yes, the Italians have their entire Tenth Mountain Division stationed every 100 meters along the border to prevent terrorists from entering through the French alps."

My wife thought that was rude.

It is rude. There's no freaking need for them to be there. It's been borderless for since 1995, ten years after the Schengen Agreement was signed. People should be able to cross that border without ever having to smell bad aftershave. In fact, that alone should be in the next agreement, but whatever. The Italians will always be rude like that.
this!


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May 13, 2013, 1:23 PM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
Need a new antivirus. Looking at some of the free ones. Anyone have any recommendations?

AVG?
Avira?
AVAST?
Panda?

double post from facespace

Yeah, sorry. Trying to utilize my network.

sorry can't help you. i'm a mac junkie

Never understood why people like Mac so much.

easy to use: all my devices sync up together and share info.

plus my kid works for apple. i get lots of hand me downs and the boy gives me family discounts. win win all around

yeah, i'd do that too if I had that kind of in.

I have no "in" but managed to haggle down some 2nd hand recent models.


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May 13, 2013, 1:24 PM
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feeling lazy at werk...

heading to zion eaaarrrrllyyyy on thurs...

then time for a long run!

On a side note, I need to stop this running stuff and get out for some climbing! been going to the gym, but have been seriously slacking on the climbing weekends

slacker!


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macherry wrote:
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feeling lazy at werk...

heading to zion eaaarrrrllyyyy on thurs...

then time for a long run!

On a side note, I need to stop this running stuff and get out for some climbing! been going to the gym, but have been seriously slacking on the climbing weekends

I think this thread has more people not climbing than climbing, but that doesn't change the future.

the climbers have left the building......

or the website
we're not a group of washed-up has-beens!


Kartessa


May 13, 2013, 1:32 PM
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edge wrote:

Boy toy kept spraying about how he loves cold water on the trail and he freezes his water bottles prior to the hike. "Oh, how clever. I just bring water and drink it no matter the temp," says I.

He kept stopping to suck out the meltwater from a 16 oz bottle the whole way, and by the end of the day it was still 70% frozen and he was parched, too proud to accept liquid from my Camelback. Whatevez.

On the 90-100 degree days I love the ice cold water... trick is to fill the bottle half way, free it on it's side and top up with water before hitting the trail...

n00b
Camelback with large opening. fill with ice cubes... then water.
ok mr moneybags


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Let's see....


Last weekend I did a 9 mile run on Saturday. Wasn't too bad. Went bouldering at Santee. Haven't been there in ages. Then to BBQ and home. Spent Sunday puttering around and enjoying life.

Monday I had to get underway on one of the ships. A week without communication. The nice thing was working 18 hour days... nice. ha. heh. Unimpressed Ate something bad on Wednesday and spent 14 hours in my rack/puking - that seemed to be the highlight of my trip.

Got back Friday and crashed. Saturday we puttered around doing chores and being lazy before spontaneously going out for a run. Only three miles, but still.

Yesterday, went diving. Saw some sharks. Had a bottom time of 85 minutes. Didn't freeze. It was pretty rad.

Today has been a fun day catching up on emails and jumping back into the planning fray at work. It makes me appreciate the down time. I really can't wait until the next big trip....


Two weeks from now we'll be out for a four-day backpacking trip in SEKI. Going to set up the Marmot-Stopperator 9500 (still working on that name!) and get our Sierras on. The weekends are booked until June, where I may find the chance to get outdoors and climb again.


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Need to find ~25 inexpensive tent stakes in the next two weeks. May go with a modified nail-aparattus too.


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Kartessa wrote:
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Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:

Boy toy kept spraying about how he loves cold water on the trail and he freezes his water bottles prior to the hike. "Oh, how clever. I just bring water and drink it no matter the temp," says I.

He kept stopping to suck out the meltwater from a 16 oz bottle the whole way, and by the end of the day it was still 70% frozen and he was parched, too proud to accept liquid from my Camelback. Whatevez.

On the 90-100 degree days I love the ice cold water... trick is to fill the bottle half way, free it on it's side and top up with water before hitting the trail...

n00b
Camelback with large opening. fill with ice cubes... then water.
ok mr moneybags
I don't know where you get your ice, but down here ice is expensive. I'd have thought it would be cheaper in kanukistan where it's colder.


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epoch wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
epoch wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
edge wrote:

Boy toy kept spraying about how he loves cold water on the trail and he freezes his water bottles prior to the hike. "Oh, how clever. I just bring water and drink it no matter the temp," says I.

He kept stopping to suck out the meltwater from a 16 oz bottle the whole way, and by the end of the day it was still 70% frozen and he was parched, too proud to accept liquid from my Camelback. Whatevez.

On the 90-100 degree days I love the ice cold water... trick is to fill the bottle half way, free it on it's side and top up with water before hitting the trail...

n00b
Camelback with large opening. fill with ice cubes... then water.
ok mr moneybags
I don't know where you get your ice, but down here ice is expensive. I'd have thought it would be cheaper in kanukistan where it's colder.

It's the camelback... I have a knockoff without the easy hole

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