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well, since I'm the only one awake, might as well turn the page for the win


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
were the hot springs hot? I did the Jemez Springs thing once and they were about as hot as a popsicle on a gorgeous July day.

Greg.

I want you to read what you wrote. Digest it a bit. Reflect on your writing; what you said; what you meant.







Hot springs generally equate to water that is geothermically warmed and surface at warm temperatures.
Springs - typical, non-hot type - tend to be caused by a spot where water, due to several factors, surface. This can refer to both hot and cold springs...


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epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
were the hot springs hot? I did the Jemez Springs thing once and they were about as hot as a popsicle on a gorgeous July day.

Greg.

I want you to read what you wrote. Digest it a bit. Reflect on your writing; what you said; what you meant.







Hot springs generally equate to water that is geothermically warmed and surface at warm temperatures.
Springs - typical, non-hot type - tend to be caused by a spot where water, due to several factors, surface. This can refer to both hot and cold springs...
Jemez Springs is famous for hot springs.


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
were the hot springs hot? I did the Jemez Springs thing once and they were about as hot as a popsicle on a gorgeous July day.

Greg.

I want you to read what you wrote. Digest it a bit. Reflect on your writing; what you said; what you meant.







Hot springs generally equate to water that is geothermically warmed and surface at warm temperatures.
Springs - typical, non-hot type - tend to be caused by a spot where water, due to several factors, surface. This can refer to both hot and cold springs...
Jemez Springs is famous for hot springs.
Foot, meet mouth!

After looking, though... they are all considered proper hot springs. The only one there that may be of questionable warmth is the one adjacent to the limestone formation at the 'falls,' which may be temperature influenced by the adjacent river.


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epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
were the hot springs hot? I did the Jemez Springs thing once and they were about as hot as a popsicle on a gorgeous July day.

Greg.

I want you to read what you wrote. Digest it a bit. Reflect on your writing; what you said; what you meant.







Hot springs generally equate to water that is geothermically warmed and surface at warm temperatures.
Springs - typical, non-hot type - tend to be caused by a spot where water, due to several factors, surface. This can refer to both hot and cold springs...
Jemez Springs is famous for hot springs.
Foot, meet mouth!

After looking, though... they are all considered proper hot springs. The only one there that may be of questionable warmth is the one adjacent to the limestone formation at the 'falls,' which may be temperature influenced by the adjacent river.


None of the ones we tried were hot. One was lukewarm, but that was it. Definitely required a warm day and we were there a day after it had snowed that night.


edge


Jun 15, 2013, 5:07 PM
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Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
were the hot springs hot? I did the Jemez Springs thing once and they were about as hot as a popsicle on a gorgeous July day.

Greg.

I want you to read what you wrote. Digest it a bit. Reflect on your writing; what you said; what you meant.







Hot springs generally equate to water that is geothermically warmed and surface at warm temperatures.
Springs - typical, non-hot type - tend to be caused by a spot where water, due to several factors, surface. This can refer to both hot and cold springs...
Jemez Springs is famous for hot springs.
Foot, meet mouth!

After looking, though... they are all considered proper hot springs. The only one there that may be of questionable warmth is the one adjacent to the limestone formation at the 'falls,' which may be temperature influenced by the adjacent river.


None of the ones we tried were hot. One was lukewarm, but that was it. Definitely required a warm day and we were there a day after it had snowed that night.

The girls said it was 105*. They went to a pot of mud made with the hot spring water, lathered up and let it dry, then rinsed off in another spring. I opted out and hiked in the desert, which was also hot.


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edge wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
epoch wrote:
Gmburns2000 wrote:
were the hot springs hot? I did the Jemez Springs thing once and they were about as hot as a popsicle on a gorgeous July day.

Greg.

I want you to read what you wrote. Digest it a bit. Reflect on your writing; what you said; what you meant.







Hot springs generally equate to water that is geothermically warmed and surface at warm temperatures.
Springs - typical, non-hot type - tend to be caused by a spot where water, due to several factors, surface. This can refer to both hot and cold springs...
Jemez Springs is famous for hot springs.
Foot, meet mouth!

After looking, though... they are all considered proper hot springs. The only one there that may be of questionable warmth is the one adjacent to the limestone formation at the 'falls,' which may be temperature influenced by the adjacent river.


None of the ones we tried were hot. One was lukewarm, but that was it. Definitely required a warm day and we were there a day after it had snowed that night.

The girls said it was 105*. They went to a pot of mud made with the hot spring water, lathered up and let it dry, then rinsed off in another spring. I opted out and hiked in the desert, which was also hot.


I would have preferred what your ladies had.


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Jun 15, 2013, 6:11 PM
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macherry wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
sungam wrote:
wat is goin on

A very good question. A very good question indeed.
I guess no one knows the answer.

Edge is travelling
Greg is still in Africa
Erin is some ultra marathoner
Ma is Ma
Ecop has a lady that makes him do stuffs
Donny is still working and going crazy
NA is still a sarcastic bastard

So... no nothing is going on.

this is korrect.

fill us un sungam, where the hell have you been, former post whore of rc.com
I've been working full time at a bar, slacklining a bunch, and playing quite a lot of eve online.


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No climbing this weekend. Shoulder feels weird. Did something to it at work.

Woke up earlyish. Got a massage. Went to the river. Made mango/lime salsa and fish tacos and an epic brownie with marshmallows on top. Going to celebrate my father with the family tomorrow.

Have to help a friend prep her nursery for her first baby next weekend and going to the beach over the 4th, so climbing opportunities are looking slim.

After getting out 5 weeks in a row, the thought of all ^this^ not-climbing makes me uneasy.


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Weather was perfect this weekend. Would really have liked to go soloing again. I think I'm going to be selfish and do more of it this season.


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sungam wrote:
macherry wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
sungam wrote:
wat is goin on

A very good question. A very good question indeed.
I guess no one knows the answer.

Edge is travelling
Greg is still in Africa
Erin is some ultra marathoner
Ma is Ma
Ecop has a lady that makes him do stuffs
Donny is still working and going crazy
NA is still a sarcastic bastard

So... no nothing is going on.

this is korrect.

fill us un sungam, where the hell have you been, former post whore of rc.com
I've been working full time at a bar, slacklining a bunch, and playing quite a lot of eve online.


Life: You're wasting it.


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Jun 15, 2013, 10:18 PM
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Did I tell you guys I bootied a brand new $10 Metolius locking biner from a sport route the other day? Best sport route booty to date!


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I wasn't so lucky at seneca. Normally I score at least one nut on each trip. Nada last time around.

The nOObs are stepping up their game.


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So... I got puked on yesterday.


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Kartessa wrote:
So... I got puked on yesterday.

Twice


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There may be climbing Thursday


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Kartessa wrote:
There may be climbing Thursday

Chosspile, here I come!


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Was starting to forget this is a climbing forum


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nobody climbs anymore


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macherry wrote:
nobody climbs anymore

who?


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Gmburns2000 wrote:
macherry wrote:
nobody climbs anymore

who?

you don't know them


edge


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Wango Tango, now we're in .....

(Hint: it starts with a "D")


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edge wrote:
Wango Tango, now we're in .....

(Hint: it starts with a "D")
Mango?


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Kartessa wrote:
Was starting to forget this is a climbing forum
Sorta, mostly knot


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sungam wrote:
macherry wrote:
Kartessa wrote:
sungam wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
sungam wrote:
wat is goin on

A very good question. A very good question indeed.
I guess no one knows the answer.

Edge is travelling
Greg is still in Africa
Erin is some ultra marathoner
Ma is Ma
Ecop has a lady that makes him do stuffs
Donny is still working and going crazy
NA is still a sarcastic bastard

So... no nothing is going on.

this is korrect.

fill us un sungam, where the hell have you been, former post whore of rc.com
I've been working full time at a bar, slacklining a bunch, and playing quite a lot of eve online.
???

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