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The Manly Ramblers

For all of you who enjoy exploring the great outdoors the perfect way- by foot!

Members: 101
Latest Activity: Jan 22

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what is most important on a hike?

Started by Ed Reynolds. Last reply by Serafin Sep 13, 2014. 4 Replies

Where to back country camp

Started by peckallan. Last reply by peckallan Apr 2, 2011. 2 Replies

Preparing for mountain hike.

Started by Michal Pradzynski. Last reply by Native Son Apr 5, 2010. 1 Reply

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Comment by Serafin on September 13, 2014 at 10:19am

A local conservation area outside of Baton Rouge at the confluence of the Comite and Amite Rivers.

Comment by C.W. Cook on January 31, 2012 at 4:31pm

Creek Crossing while hiking the Blue Ridge Electric Co-op Section of the Palmetto Trail, SC (at Table Rock). 01/28/2012

Comment by James Murphy on January 4, 2012 at 4:27pm

Spent the New Years weekend in Lake Tahoe, and tackled about a mile of the Desolation Wilderness before dark (only had a day permit)

Comment by C.W. Cook on December 28, 2011 at 12:53pm

It was pretty overcast that morning and I was afraid the view would be terrible. But it was well worth it.

Comment by Ian Wilson on December 28, 2011 at 11:40am
Awesome pic C W
Comment by C.W. Cook on December 28, 2011 at 10:26am

Hiked up Sassafras Moutain, SC. Christmas Day 2011.

Comment by David F on November 5, 2010 at 3:59pm
Looking for some good hiking in Southern California, Fall Months, semi cool weather, anyone know of any good hikes? LIke to have preferably, low traffic and hike to waterfall or view of valleys, trees, nice hiking trails?
Comment by John Higgins on December 27, 2009 at 12:42pm
Sound like good bragging rights.

"Yeah, I took on Mt Diablo."

Great name.
Comment by Native Son on December 27, 2009 at 10:29am
While admiring the fellas who get to take the extended trips, I'm being more modest. If the weather is clear, I'm going to take the family up Mt. Diablo (SF Bay Area), anddo the Interpretive trail near the summit and see what we can see from the top. It's also a fun walk during cloudy weather, especially the first time my kids saw clouds coming up a gully towards them! Yeah, it's a short level trail, but it's fun.
Comment by C. Cody Thomas on December 4, 2009 at 12:18pm
Once that pack is full, the Cold Steel blade is tethered to the side, and boots laced, the trail is mine. No tree is ordinary, no animal is text-book, and no rock is impossible to boulder. What a great playground God has created!
 

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2 hours ago
Austin Roe commented on Roberto's group Bird Watching
"Anybody else participating in the GBBC this year?"
7 hours ago
Native Son replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"NO problem whatsoever.  Things are working exactly the way the party powers that be intended them to work.  The anointed get nominated."
7 hours ago
Shane replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"All working according to design."
7 hours ago
Clinton R. Ausmus replied to David F.'s discussion How to fast? One meal or two? in the group Catholic Men
"Pasta Salad with Tuna.  Such a good lunch for Fridays during Lent... I also get addicted to the Lent menus at many mexican restaurants, like at Taco Cabana, the Shrimp Tampico Quesadilla is awesome, and only available during Lent.  I…"
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Native Son replied to Sir's discussion US Presidential primaries in the group The Great Debate
"Although it was accurate reporting, "That was a joke, son.  Ah said, a joke!""
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Native Son replied to David F.'s discussion How to fast? One meal or two? in the group Catholic Men
"OK, here's how it was done in my family in the "old days." On fasting days, light breakfast (ceraal or toast) skip lunch, meatless supper. Abstinence days, Oatmeal brekfast, egg salad sandwich or tuna for lunch, fish for dinner, every…"
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Clinton R. Ausmus replied to Mike Flynn's discussion How best to illuminate political ignorance? in the group The Great Debate
"Read both sides, and make your own decisions.  That's at least my intent.  I will read stories that I know are slanted to the right, and stories about the same subject that I know are slanted left; then do my own research on the…"
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