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Thursday, December 27th, 2007
12:04 am
Bought my first GPS
I've been reading about Geo caching. I used to be a lot more active hiker and camper. In the last several years I've got away from it. And since my work requires alot of traveling I've been thinking about getting back into hiking again. Which means I now have to replace my hiking equipment. Any suggestions on where to look for a equipment online?

D.F. Thompson
I’m NOT mad….
It’s just the voice in my head sing the “The Never Ending Song”
Stella Mouseglove from Modem Problems

Current Mood: chipper
Friday, March 10th, 2006
12:17 am
Hi all!
Finaly got an LJ, didn't want to for a long time but hey, what're you gonna do. Anyways, nice to see ska is alive and well. Talk to yall later!
Sunday, September 4th, 2005
8:49 pm
I am pro nature and pro physical activity... but I love my computer and sort of dislike the rays of the sun. I love the heat of the sun, and the light, but cringe at what it might do to my skin. I don't want a tan or a burn or skin cancer...
Sunday, April 10th, 2005
4:07 pm
Its not dead
Spring is upon us and the weather is right to get out from behind your artifical sun that is your computer screen and enjoy all that mother nature has to give.....and get a pretty good tan!

What do you plan on doing this spring (and summer) to get exercise and provent your muscles (and mind) from turning into jelly? Perhaps a group event could be started here.

I have asked this question before but again with gas prices so high, would you be willing to ride your bicycle (if you have one) to work? or not drive as far and walk a bit more to your office?
Saturday, October 16th, 2004
2:13 am
Winter is comming
What do you all plan on doing to keep yourselves fit and active during the cold, inhibitive winder months?
Wednesday, August 4th, 2004
11:30 pm
Welcome new members
Hello to all the new furs since Ive last checked.

I have a query for you all....

If autos were outlawed and your only mode of transport to and from work was a bicycle, how far yould you be willing to peddle and why?
Friday, June 11th, 2004
1:59 pm
Camping Tips and Upcoming Trips
Hey, everybody! *paw-waves*

Nest week, arrjaysketch and I are going camping in Peninsula State Park in Door County, WI, for a few days. It'll be his second time camping, and I'm a life-long camper. However, I still learn new stuff every time I go. We're definitely looking forward to it. :)

Since this community has been so quiet and now camping season is upon us, let's get some conversation going! Who's got camping planned for this year? What stuff do you like to bring on trips? What's your favorite camp food?

Wednesday, March 24th, 2004
12:38 am
Geocaching Event, Illinois, May 22
This does sound like a fun time!

5/22/2004 (Illinois)
The Finger Lake'n Good Event! by CYBret, Team HONU, SmtyColt and who knows who else
(Event Cache) (GCHRFQ) (19.6 mi/31.54 km SE)

RC and I will go there..it's not far from here, so we won't even have to camp, and gets us out of the house before we go to two cons in the two weeks after this!
Tuesday, March 16th, 2004
6:39 pm
Active Unipeg
Howdy - thanks to rcfoot for creating the community. I get around a lot and I try and organize gatherings for the local kcfur community. While I don't get out to do sports and such as much as I'd like too, I'm always interested in going geocaching and and playing air hockey. But those of you know me have seen me really enjoy myself at the City Museum - where an adult can be a kid. ;)

Current Mood: busy
Sunday, March 14th, 2004
11:22 pm
I just updated the group interests on the info page to reflect what everyone is into.

Reah, I still have to talk to Ryngs about some crash space, but Ill most likely be down next weekend (the first weekend of my spring break, YAY) I remember you talking about geocaching with actual maps or somthing, I would like to try that if you have the time.
8:22 pm
I'm glad rcfoot started this community. I'm pretty active. I work 50 plus hours a week at my full time job. I'm also a graduate student pursuing my degree in Molecular Cell Sciences with an emphasis in immunology. I play airsoft on one of the local teams, we have a big event in Alabama this weekend. I'm hardly ever home. :)

I've also started lifting weights to tone my upper arms. I walk and take the stairs whenever I can. I'm also into the local music scene here in Memphis a bit. I have two pet chilchillas, Chili and Chalupa, they're little darlings.

Current Mood: busy
4:55 pm
Damn That Rabbit!
So he makes me join another Furry Group....Fine..I can do this too.:)

I'm Quasi; I play softball (at least until my body completely falls apart that is), both in a league and in Chicago, with many of the Chicago Furs (once a month games -- email me if you wanna know more). I also play table tennis, Mini Golf, ride a bike, mow the yard (Hey that's outside!). Anything to keep me from cleaning the house, I'll do!
And just like Reah said, I love to go camping too; I'm helping set up the Annual Furry Campout in Missouri again (June 18-20), so I will be there with air fresheners on! And if there are any, I'll go Geocache hunting there too; I like searching for them in places away from here.

Current Mood: Athletic
3:00 pm
Hey there. The name's Bauske. Thought I'd join this because it seems to fit. Well, more like it's starting to fit. I used to not be that active and would spend day after day in front of my computer. In the past couple years though I've been spending more time doing more active activities such as running, rollerblading, weightlifting and, more recently, Dance Dance Revolution.

This year I plan to do as much as I can, activity-wise. I want to get in good shape and there's no time like the present to do that.

Current Mood: happy
12:46 pm
Fun furry things
Well, one thing we furs in Fayetteville do on ocassion is caving. Caving is great fun, but not for the faint of heart or the thick of belly. *grin*

Another thing we've been discussing is a weekend long camping/canoeing trip this summer on the Buffalo River. Some of us have been discussing the basics of such an outing and it's garnered much favorable response. If the first one goes well, we'll probably do so more frequently.

When spring rolls around, several of the local furs go mini-golfing on a regular basis. It's great fun when a handful of us just show and take over the course.

I, for one, think we should also have picnics every now and then. Of course, now that I'll be working EVERY weekend, I won't get to attend unless much advance notice is given. *sigh*

Current Mood: sweaty
2:33 am
Welcome to the group.

Im R.C. Rabbitsfoot. When I can I like to be outdoors. If the distance isnt too long I prefer to walk to my destination, however with my bad knees that can't be too far. I also have Hemophilia and the joint arthritis accompanies that so being active and flexable/ maintaining what flexability I have left is important. I try to be as athletic as possiable, but sometimes joint pain prevents that.
One useful thing I do to stay flexable and healthy is use my car as a locker of sorts when Im at school, My school is very spread out and I get alot of walking in.

So what do you people do?
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