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This is a group for people who like fishing, hunting camping, hiking, offroading, geocaching, etc.
Where and what do you like to do?
Latest Activity: Mar 23
Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Randall Smith Jan 27.
Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner. Last reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner Nov 20, 2014.
Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner Mar 16, 2014.
Congratulations, Greg. While I greatly appreciate your accomplishments, I must admit I'm a landlubber.
Hi, all. I got scuba certified last June after wanting to do it for several years. Have done 21 logged dives since and have gotten my advanced adventure certification. Just 4 more dives to get my advanced certification. I see than Dan dives also. Anyone else in the group that likes to get wet and get deep?
Almost all wilderness is already gone, according to a new study. If you who love wilderness, prepare for a shock.
Shrinking habitats have adverse effects on world ecosystems
... Nearly 20 percent of the world's remaining forest is the distance of a football field -- or about 100 meters -- away from a forest edge. Seventy percent of forest lands are within a half-mile of a forest edge. That means almost no forest can really be considered wilderness."
Hey Randall - good to meet another who likes to hike.
Wow--It's been over a year since anybody posted here. I don't fish, but I love to hike. I usually walk 5-10 miles a day. I count that as "hiking".
Fish without a pole
Got out today for a little off road adventure in Big Cypress national preserve. The weather was beautiful although it was very dry. Normally there is a layer of water almost every where. Usually between one and three foot deep that we wheel in. There was no standing water today anywhere. I have never seen it this dry.
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