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StaticVagabond
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Newbie from Everett, WA

Postby StaticVagabond » Fri May 09, 2008 2:08 am

Hey all! I have been interested primarily in survival/bushcraft but have recently started looking at backpacking for more practical applications for what I have learned. I still consider myself a rookie and am open to learning anything I can. If you are in my area, please feel free to contact me so we can share knowledge and maybe head out to some trails.
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--Jason
Local to Everett, WA? Get in touch with me and let's do something!

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Re: Newbie from Everett, WA

Postby zelph » Fri May 09, 2008 10:01 am

Hi Jason, welcome. glad to have you here. DarenN is in the neighboring countryside to the north of you. Others here are from Washington also. Hope you guys can hook-up and share some time together.

Survival and Bushcraft. I'd like to start a forum that deals with the subjects. Totally interesting!!!!!!

I'll start one up and we can share some experiences and how-to's.

Edited to add text: Jason and all you survivalists out there. The New forum been created. I transfered a subject from the Articles forum to the new forum.

Fire being on the top of the list of skills needed to survive. :D
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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Re: Newbie from Everett, WA

Postby samh » Tue May 13, 2008 11:14 pm

I slept in one of the garden sheds on display at the Lowes Store near the Amtrak station in Everett last summer on the day I finished my thru-hike of the Pacific Northwest Trail.

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Re: Newbie from Everett, WA

Postby sarbar » Wed May 14, 2008 3:56 pm

samh wrote:I slept in one of the garden sheds on display at the Lowes Store near the Amtrak station in Everett last summer on the day I finished my thru-hike of the Pacific Northwest Trail.


Lol..now that is a GOOD story :D

Welcome! I live in Maple Valley, out towards Rainier.
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Re: Newbie from Everett, WA

Postby zelph » Wed May 14, 2008 5:05 pm

samh wrote:I slept in one of the garden sheds on display at the Lowes Store near the Amtrak station in Everett last summer on the day I finished my thru-hike of the Pacific Northwest Trail.


Great Idea!!!! did you think of it or did you know of someone else that did the same?
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