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Re: [backpackgeartesters] EDIT: IR: Acli-Mate Mountain Sport Drink - Nancy Griffith

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  • Nancy Griffith
    Hi Brett,   Thanks for the edits.  I know how you feel about thinking you ll get something done later tonight...I usually end up falling asleep instead :)
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 31, 2012
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      Hi Brett,
       
      Thanks for the edits.  I know how you feel about thinking you'll get something done later tonight...I usually end up falling asleep instead :)
       
      I've uploaded and deleted the test file.
       
      See you in a few months with the skinny on this stuff.
       
      Nancy
       

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      From: Brett Haydin <bhaydin@...>
      To: "backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com" <backpackgeartesters@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2012 7:55 AM
      Subject: [backpackgeartesters] EDIT: IR: Acli-Mate Mountain Sport Drink - Nancy Griffith


       


      Nancy,
      I apologize for making you wait for this edit. Work has me swamped and I had many evenings of good intentions before falling asleep... Sounds like you enjoy the product, and I may buy a tub myself. Your edits follow the usual conventions:
      EDIT: Must be changedEdit: Suggested changeComment: Something to think about or a joke.

      Feel free to upload when you are ready and delete the file in the test folder. I'm looking forward to reading your LTR!
      Brett Haydin

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      Instructions for Use:

      On each package is listed the directions for mixing which says to mix one packet with 10 oz (xx ml) of cool water or to taste. It also states that it may be made warm. I'll have to try that out.EDIT: you forgot the conversion: (300 ml)
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      I tried the orange flavor first by putting 10 oz (0.3 L) of water into a water bottle then I added a packet of drink mix and shook. Edit: I might be inclined to use the same conversion of ml instead of switching to L.
      <snip>On the second day I tried the grape flavor again in 10 oz (0.3 L) of water. Edit: same as above. Use ml or L, but not both in my opinion.
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      While we were there, I couldn't resist throwing a small stone into the air just to hit the 10,000 ft (3,048 m) mark.Comment: good for you!



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