Re: [BackpackGearTest] EDIT/Appro - Teva Forge Pro Winter WP Boots - Kathy Waters
- Thanks, Roger! I appreciate your comments and pretty much made the corrections, some notes on the ones I didn't change below.
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From: R&S Caffin
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2012 5:20 AM
Subject: [BackpackGearTest] EDIT/Appro - Teva Forge Pro Winter WP Boots - Kathy Waters
WEIGHT: 125 lb (56.70 kg)
EDIT: too much precision. Thats your weight to 10 grams. I suggest 57 kg.
**** Can't do anything about this - ReportWriter automatically enters the metric in the personal information when the imperial measurement is entered.
I've put a lot of miles/kilometers on these boots.
Comment: me, I would accept 'a lot of miles' as a valid figure of speech rather than as a measurement.
**** Yeah, but it keeps the newbies from having to think about when to use both <g>
from 5400 ft (1600 km) to 14,000 ft (4300 km) at Pikes Peak. I'd say that average elevation for overnights is around 6000 ft (1800 km).
Comment: definite nit picking over commas. You have 5400 ft and 14,000 ft (for examples).
**** Could be a States-side thing, but I was taught to use a comma when there are more than 4 digits - not necessary before that.
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