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I am glad to note the hikes in the Goldfields by the visitors to this site. I would hear about folks who hiked or visited the various wilderness areas in Arizona and I would offer that there are some neat and unique areas that are not designated wilderness areas. I enjoyed living in the foothills of...
- Feb 06 2021 7:20 pm
- Forum: GPS & Electronic
- Topic: GPS Watch or Lightweight Handheld Recommendations
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i just use a basic Garmin etrex and prefer to use a compass with USGS maps. Cycling however I prefer to use the Garmin Edge for road and mtn. biking.
Have not been able to locate a source for shoulder straps, back pads and hip belts for external frame packs. Most of the packs are military ALICE packs, no problem finding parts for them the other external frame packs, mostly Kelty unable to source parts.
Printing by George is located in Payson and they can print out USGS topo maps. I have a very large map collection and use a copy of a USGS topo map as a base map and use colored pencils to identify items of interest from other maps etc.
For me it dependent on the time of the year and the time of day. Overlooking the Canyon of West Clear Creek near Bull Pen when the leaves change in the canyon, the aroma of the air is pleasant to inhale. Listening to the canyon sigh in late Summer of See Canyon that is the transition of late afterno...
Picked up a copy of The Ultimate Guide to Navigating without a Compass by Christopher Nyerges. A very useful guide to find your way using the sun, stars and nature observation. Also includes an informative section on maps and compass.
- Oct 20 2020 6:43 pm
- Forum: Firearms / Knives / Tools / Hunting
- Topic: Favorite Multi Tool?
- Replies: 24
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Still have the original ones from when they first came out, both were Christmas Gifts from coworkers at the fire department. One of them left in a ruin in the Sierra Ancha's and recovered later.