Smithtown, NY
Hometown: Smithtown

Member since:

March 29, 2011


How often do you play sports or exercise? Wii Sports doesn't count!

I hiked almost every weekend. Tried to use my 40degree trainer at home as often as i can. Will the Kinect Dance Central count?

Do you like hiking, wrestling bears or jumping out of planes?

I crave for hiking, backpacking, and anything that can get me out to the wild. Bushwhacking is a lot of fun.

What other random stuff do you like to do? Any hidden talents?

tried some oil painting. i would like to do it up in the mountains/wilderness. i enjoy doing orienteering. also wanted to do some deep wilderness geocaching. and of course, i always dream of doing sunset/sunrise photography up in the mountains.

Any crazy adventure stories you'd like to share?

Did a 5-day backpacking in the southern Philippines many years ago. we hiked on 2 full days of rain, set camps near waterfalls, through an eagle preserve area and ~10k summit, trudged on tropical forests and some river crossings. A real keeper.

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I love hiking, the uphill challenge, the fun being with like-minded enthusiasts, exploring the wilderness, the nature sights and lots of photography.

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  • Tom C.

    Thank you for approving my membership, Rollo. Look forward to meeting you and the other members.

    Aug 29, 2014 11:18 AM
  • Ed

    Can I post am item the group may have interest in ....
    A BI-continental walk to raise money for an orphanage I am involved with. What is unique about this event (4/27, 9AM, Shoreham Wading River HS) is that we run or walk the same time the Kenyans do 1/2 way around the world. I would post it not as an official meet-up but just something they may want to do.

    Apr 23, 2014 9:01 PM
  • Amy R.

    Hi Rollo- Thank you for the inclusion in this group. As mentioned, I am training physically to hike Mt katahdin in the summer of 2014 with my brother from Maine. I have not hiked much locally but learned that Nissaquague has some interesting trails. Are you planning any group meetups locally? I am reading some memoirs of hiking the AT and PCT that have me very inspired. Thank you, best to all in the new Year! Amy

    Jan 03, 2014 3:54 PM
  • Mikey

    Hi Rollo I came across you meet up by accident see I'm not a meet up type guy but have been told i need to try new things..Ive hiked all over the country and world i am lucky my job bring me all over the country so i get too hike in a lot of different places..looking­ forward to chatting soon mike

    Sep 30, 2013 6:09 PM
  • Laraine G.

    Hello Rollo my work schedule is challenging but don't give up on me if I can join you can you group in a hike I will. Tks for responding and pls. keep in touch.

    Jan 05, 2013 6:20 PM
  • Sue S

    Hi Rollo, can you call me when you get a chance, I want to check out this group, but I have a few questions.. thanks

    Sep 10, 2012 4:07 PM
  • Ana

    Hi Rollo,

    Thanks for letting me join in on your Escarpement trip; you do a good job of organizing and looking out for your participants! Appreciate it so much; had a great time and everyone in the group was so friendly and welcoming!


    Apr 24, 2012 3:41 PM
  • rita c

    Have a great moutaineering trip, I will be ready next year. When you get a chance, please post your Xmas eve photos. I want to forward them to Aaron.

    Dec 27, 2011 1:49 PM
  • Steve C.

    Greetings Rollo, I found your twitter invite to join the hike. I just want to extend an invitation to join (or at least visit) the Mt Whitney Hikers Association website and forums at www.whitneyzone­.com
    We have lots of Whitney-related­ info for your members to see.
    Best regards,

    Jun 10, 2011 12:48 PM
  • Sonia

    Do you think I can do the presidential long shank? I Would not like to sign up and then not be able to make it. I notice that most people signed up are the very fast hikers. What are my chances with this group?

    May 16, 2011 11:52 AM
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