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Edit - LTR Heat Holder Original Socks - Frances Penn

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  • richardglyon@att.net
    Frances, Sounds like you found some great winter socks. Just a few edits, in the standard EDIT/Edit/Comment format; after revising please upload. Don t forget
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 27 8:35 PM
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      Frances,

      Sounds like you found some great winter socks. Just a few edits, in the standard EDIT/Edit/Comment format; after revising please upload. Don't forget to delete your OR/Tests Folder copy.

      Thanks for giving me easy work.

      Cheers, Richard

      ###Elevation: 8,000 ft (2438 M)###
      EDIT: The abbreviation for meters is a lower case m. Please change here and elsewhere in your Report.
      Edit: Another thing you might consider changing throughout your Report: If the Imperial is approximate, round off the metric, here say to 2400 m.

      ###Temperatures: 30-50 F (-1-10 C) ###
      EDIT: Here and elsewhere, if you're reporting from negative use "to" instead of the dash. Otherwise it might be read as -1 to -10. Here, "-1 to 10 C."


      ###Weather: cold and windy during the day and 10 F (5 C) at night with light snow flurries during dinner ###
      EDIT: Conversion is wrong – either 10 F (-13 C) or 42 F (5 C).

      ### Weather: cold days hiking in the forest on about 6 inches of snow pack
      EDIT: Need the metric conversion – 6 inches (15 cm)

      ### The socks wicked away any moisture that may have occurred. I didn't notice any dampness from pespiration. ###
      EDIT: perspiration [spelling]
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