Hometown: Hays, NC
March 19, 2010
I've spent lots of time in the outdoors since I was a kid. I guess I'm still just a big kid but the toys have grown more expensive. Weekend trips are about all I can do thanks to my work/family schedule.
Backpacking, Kayaking, the occasional mountain biking adventure
Paddling: Florida summer Hiking: FL winter only, NC/GA Fall or Spring
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You get a chance to meet others in Brevard with common interests. What's not to like.
I tried to come up with something witty in my profile, but didn't want to admit that I was unable to maintain a free membership in a group whose primary purpose is so the leader can force members into pretending they like her. Or him. I can't be specific :) But I am certain of one thing: None of this greeting was plagiarized.
Hey John, Thanks for the greeting. I actually have just recently move to the Cape, but still close. We will definitely have to chat about Ohio. I live in Cleveland most of my life but did live in the Cincinnati/Fairfield area for 4 years. It's funny how different parts of the same state are soooo different. Anyways, look forward to meeting you!
No introduction is necessary, but that was pretty darn funny. You know I can't keep up with ya - so nope not babysitting.
John, thanks for joining! Love that profile pic. Where were you hiking in that one?
Hi John. I live in rockledge and an going to do the lake arbuckle back pack this week-end too. if you are interested in car pooling drop me an e-mail. use my work e-mail. [masked]
Hi John, Welcome and thank you for joining Orlando Adventure Club (OAC). We have plenty of fun activities on the OAC calendar and I hope you will be able to participate in one of them soon!
I see you went to Egypt. I would love to talk to you about your trip sometime. My visit there was life changing.
Thanks. I look forward to getting out with you all and am definately interested in a backpacking trip in Mar-Apr. March weather can be real tough on the Appalachian Trail - the latter part of Apr is probably better for us Florida wimps. Also, check out the Foothills Trail in South Carolina - 76 miles. Here's a link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foothill... - Bill