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July 19, 2010

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Loved the twitter coverage of Troop 676 50miler trip.

One of the reasons I like electronics in the wilderness is its ability to share the reasons to maintain wilderness. Not to mention the multifunction aspect of camera, video, GPS, compass, maps, first aid books, guide books, animal identification books, edible plant books, all on one device.

Very much looking forward to your detailed post on this trip.

Inspiring stuff! Been enjoying the updates on Twitter and Spot, looking forward to hearing more about this. I'm sure it's a trip that everyone will remember for the rest of their lives.

Sounds like a sweet trip. Can't wait for the full report. How long were you out?

Sweet photos, Ryan, and a nice way to write a trip report, those bullet points. Might adapt that myself in the future!

Very, very cool to know you're doing trips like this with Scouts. If we had done that in my day I would've made it to Eagle.

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