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  1. #641
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    Well, it is my name and the city/area of Honolulu that I live in. Some of you
    may have heard or have vacationed in Waikiki. Lots of great hiking trails and lots of
    great places for hammock camping. HMU if you ever come to Honolulu, Hawaii.

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    The name of my blog on blogspot.com. Refers to the fact that canoe and kayak paddling adventures compete with playing soccer for my recreational time.

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    Senior Member ibgary's Avatar
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    Colorado
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    Ib= Iron Butt, as in international iron butt association. Minimum qualifacation is a 1,000 miles ride in under 24 hours.. 1 Gunnison Colorado, to Palm Springs, Ca. In 19 hrs. 2 Sacramento, Ca. to Loveland, Co. in 22 hrs.

  4. #644
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    Bald Eagle

    I went to college at Lock Haven University in Pennsylvania, where our mascot is the bald eagle. Plus...I am short on hair, being completely bald on top whenever possible . And I am currently building my nest for some winter hammock camping!

  5. #645
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    Yukon Outfitters, ENO DN, NW Aspen
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    GeezerScouter (Old Scout Leader)

    I actually started with Geezer from a couple of online games. I added the Scouter part when I created a separate e-mail address for my scout related activities.

    While I prefer the UK definition of Geezer, my sons would say the U.S. definition is more appropriate.

    "geezer"

    In the U.K.: A guy, a bloke, a person in general. The British equivalent of the American slang word "dude".

    In the U.S.: An old man, particularly one who is either cranky or eccentric.

    GeezerScouter
    SR9-101-25 Eagle Patrol
    "I used to be an Eagle, and a good old Eagle too....."

  6. #646
    The adults in our troop are the Geezer Patrol (US definition)

    I used to be a Buffalo...
    Life is Good!
    Hammocks * Scouts * Kites
    用心棒

  7. #647
    New Member therivertramp's Avatar
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    Quebec
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    therivertramp

    What it means, I love Canoeing and Hiking through the Woods
    So that's where I got ( therivertramp )

  8. #648
    Member Lamph's Avatar
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    Mine consists of the first few letters of my last name. People started calling me Lamph in high school, so it stuck. Even my younger brother calls me Lamph now.

  9. #649
    Mine comes from my love of riding my Harley... I generally, almost always, ride along... my friends took to calling me Solo a long time ago, so it seemed to fit.

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    Like some others, mine is about being a crusty old guy, or at least enjoying acting that way at times. I'm really not ill-tempered, most of the time, but the old guy part fits like a glove.
    Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity.
    --General George S. Patton, Jr.--

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