Hi Kathy. Sorry for the delay, I have been out snow camping for a couple of days. Your html version looks good, great photos. I have one comment and a few edits for you to consider below. Go ahead and upload when ready, and be sure to delete your FR in the Test folder. Thanks, Will Rietveld, Test Monitor.
COMMENT: Kathy, under the new report system, the Bylaws say "Testers should append their Field Test Report in a clearly delineated section." As you have it in your html version, the reader doesn't know where the IR ends and the FR begins. I believe it should say specifically state Field Report, the date, and note that it reflects 2 months of testing.
While I did not witness any precipitation myself, there was in excess of 4
ft (1 m) fresh powder in Winter
EDIT: 4 feet is 1.2 meters
The teeth on both the FLIGHTboot and the FLIGHTdeck would surely
destroy my luggage (with the help of the baggage handlers, I thought.
EDIT: Needs a )
In the 4+ ft (1 m) of powder, I only sank down about 8"
(20 cm) which was not bad at all!
EDIT: 4 feet is 1.2 meters. I also suggest you use only one abbreviation system, so if you use "ft" for feet, use "in" for inches.
I was able to determine the depth of the
off-trail powder by plunging my hiking pole into the snow which covered the
pole right up to the top. (Above right picture)
EDIT: Confusing, could you re-phrase this?
about 5 mi (8 km)left to go to the trailhead, I was starting to get tired
and was stumbling along.
EDIT: Needs a space after ( )
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