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1407

Yosemite bear tracking data

Maybe this is pertinent enough for the JMT group...not sure? Don't see any reference to it in these group conversations or files, so hopefully this isn't just
brucelem12
Apr 7
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1406

Re: First time in Sierra

This is a question that would be better asked in the John Muir Trail Yahoo Group. The Sidebar group was created as a place where people could ask questions
Kim Fishburn
Mar 25
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1404

Re: Glacier National Park Information/Resources

Thanks Bruce for the URL's. Mike From: "mail@... [JohnMuirTrail_Sidebar]" To:
mike david
Feb 6
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1403

Re: Glacier National Park Information/Resources

I researched Glacier a bit for some hiking this last Fall. The Park website was my best resource...better than most for good maps/trail overviews. Sounds like
brucelem12
Feb 3
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Re: Glacier National Park Information/Resources

Thanks Herb, I am afraid of the .com websites. I know a lot of them are just out for your money and they try to make everything sound great. I would like to
mike david
Feb 3
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Re: Glacier National Park Information/Resources

We spent some time there a few years ago. Great park. I recommend the Highline Trail Highline Loop – Hike the Highline Loop in Glacier National Park
herbstroh
Feb 2
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1400

Glacier National Park Information/Resources

I know this is off topic as far as the JMT goes. My wife and I want to do some hiking in GNP this fall. Spend a few days in the back country and maybe some day
mike david
Feb 1
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1399

North Country Trail looking for republican sponsors of a bill

I'm a chapter president for the North Country Trail. We've been trying for 10 years to get a bill passed by Congress to approve rerouting the trail in
Kim Fishburn
Jan 12
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1398

Epic Hike

James did a little road walking from Sonora Pass to Tuolumne Meadows due to winter storms but was able to hike from Tuolumne to Whitney in the snow that was
Kim Fishburn
Jan 6
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1397

Re: DeLorme purchased by Garmin - new products soon?

This review covers some of the new features - http://www.thegearcaster.com/2017/01/garmin-releases-first-inreach-products.html ... Visit my Google Profile
Roleigh Martin
Jan 5
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1396

Re: DeLorme purchased by Garmin - new products soon?

Garmin has introduced the inReach SE+ ($400) and Explorer+ ($450) at CES 2017. They have larger screens but not sure what else is new. Will be interesting to
david.terrie
Jan 5
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1395

New addition to Yosemite

http://www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/Yosemite-annouces-biggest-expansion-in-decades-9208675.php
Kim Fishburn
Jan 3
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1394

Re: DeLorme purchased by Garmin - new products soon?

Oops. Mea Culpa. The RedGate product mentioned above provides a wifi hotspot for a satellite feed that is provided by another device. It does not work on its
david.terrie
Nov 21, 2016
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1393

Re: DeLorme purchased by Garmin - new products soon?

The only downside I saw with the Iridium is the reliance on the smartphone. Such a robust device linking with a relatively fragile device....even in airplane
Roger Meadows
Nov 19, 2016
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1392

Re: DeLorme purchased by Garmin - new products soon?

My career was in high tech.Acquisitions are most frequently about the technology being purchased and how it can improve revenues for the acquiring company -
George Greeley
Nov 19, 2016
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