Calgary, ABCanada T2S 0E2
September 24, 2011
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Hi Greg, thanks for joining. We are going to organize a CrossFit Work out meet in the near future. Hope you can attend. Thanks for joining. Sandra
Great to hear from you Greg, hope you had a good New Years. Maybe we will catch up on the trails soon.
Greg was great meeting you! here are the GPS links of the hikes we did in Sedona yesterday. Cathedral didn't record the way back but corrected distance and time in as a comment. Let us now next time you come to Arizona to show you some "cool" hikes! Have a safe trip back to Canada.
By the way.. I didn't curse your name this morning! my 15 mi run was awesome and felt great! :D
Thanks for joining! Don't forget to check out our first Meetup this friday. Feel free to let me know preferred days for play, as well as where in the city your from (NW, SW, Douglasdale, Downtown, etc) so I can try to arrange locations and times that work best for everyone.
Look forward to having you out! Cheers!
Yeah, still 20.00 cause we have to pay the instructor regardless. Sorry.
No problem Greg! Just to let you know. The wait list is just a holding area. As members pay they are moved to the confirmed list. This seminar is a great 'eye opener' for those wanting to understand what it takes to make great images and start putting some new, but essential, skills to use.
Hey Greg, The seminar is going to focus mostly on a photographers approach to making images in landscape and travel. Learning how to open your mind and eyes when shooting. Covering all the components that make a photograph balanced, convey mood or emotion and lead the viewer through in an intentional way. We will be going over setting-up your DSLR for maximum performance and user control. You can bring your son as a guest of yours. The workshops are much smaller groups on Photo Hikes.
You are welcome to come on the Saturday if that's all you can make.
Yes, I really do want to get out on one of these moonlight jaunts.
maybe next time!
Hey Greg, I looked up the Swedish climber who biked to and climbed Everest in 1996.
Goran Kropp died from a fall while doing a rock route in eastern Washingtom state in 2002.
Too bad he sounded like an awesome fellow!