Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

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Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by BobP » Apr 14 2010 7:44 am

About 67,219,200 seconds ago....I joined HAZ. As I type, the seconds will turn to minutes and...NEways during that time, I've hiked with 39 registered HAZ members. PM if you want to hike this Friday and be number 40 or if you've already hiked with me and "still" want to do a hike. I hear the wildflowers are nice in the McDowells now. :whistle:
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Post by KwaiChang » Aug 04 2014 10:52 pm

hippiepunkpirate wrote:I would like to formally request more triplogs/photosets from BrunoP. His are the best.
I second this motion - all those in favor????
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by Tortoise_Hiker » Aug 05 2014 5:12 pm

@BobP
I just saw this. I'll wear it with honor. You rock. Hey, we are do for another hike!
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by chumley » Aug 05 2014 6:15 pm

@Tortoise Hiker
FYI he cheats by counting hikes with Flat Denny. [-(
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by big_load » Aug 05 2014 7:17 pm

@chumley
At least Flat Denny probably doesn't whine much.

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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by outdoor_lover » Aug 05 2014 8:10 pm

big_load wrote:At least Flat Denny probably doesn't whine much.
He just buckles under too much pressure.... :sweat:
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by big_load » Aug 05 2014 8:14 pm

Outdoor Lover wrote:
big_load wrote:At least Flat Denny probably doesn't whine much.
He just buckles under too much pressure.... :sweat:
He's always flexible!

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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by JimmyLyding » Aug 05 2014 9:29 pm

Just remember # 1, buddy. I thought I was a tough hiker before that trip....
I still remember the story you told me about making a bonfire out of the boots you and your classmates used to run in. Burning boots seems so much better than burning books.

I can't believe I only have 4 trips with you and Denny, much less 10 with Joe and 9 with Stiller. I do believe, however, that I've done 25 hikes with rdavisiii. Next summer in the Grand Canyon will be # 26 and more.

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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by johnlp » Aug 06 2014 6:35 am

I have survived 70 hikes with JJ. :y: Not without a few near death experiences on and off the trail. :)
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by BobP » Dec 15 2014 12:52 pm

Looking for skiing partners this winter....

in and out of bounds

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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by chumley » Dec 15 2014 1:29 pm

@BobP
Sign me up. Also, my brother has dragged me on a few runs that felt a lot like that. But when he's paying for the way up the mountain, I usually just go along with whatever the way down is. The nice thing is that it's usually so cold that the poo doesn't really mess my pants before turning into a solid, easy-to-remove brick. :)
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by MtnBart01 » Dec 15 2014 7:27 pm

@BobP
Let me know if you make it to Colorado. Particularly A basin, Keystone, Breck, Vail and Beaver Creek. Plan on making up for last year. Btw, I was kicking myself on Quandary in May for not dragging the board I had in the truck up with me. The bowl below the summit was untracked and deep. Have shovel and transceiver. :DANCE:
LET IT SNOW! Let it SNOW! Let it Snow!

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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by BobP » Dec 22 2014 7:45 am

@MtnBart01
Will do....


on another note.....10 days and I'm still 3 partners short of my primary 2014 goal to reach 100 partners. Don't everyone respond at once :) ;)
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by big_load » Dec 22 2014 12:44 pm

MtnBart01 wrote:tw, I was kicking myself on Quandary in May for not dragging the board I had in the truck up with me.
How high could you get in May? I figured even the TH might still be covered. The view from higher up would be really something with snow on the ground.

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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by MtnBart01 » Dec 22 2014 8:03 pm

@big_load
http://hikearizona.com/photoset_m.php?ID=30353
All the way! There was some post holing in the trees, but it would have been rideable from the top back to the truck
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by BobP » Jan 01 2015 5:06 pm

Hit triple digits today and the temps were only in the 40's :y:
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by azbackpackr » Jan 01 2015 6:01 pm

BobP wrote:Hit triple digits today and the temps were only in the 40's :y:
What? Let me guess. You have a fever?
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by chumley » Jan 01 2015 6:02 pm

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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by outdoor_lover » Jan 01 2015 6:06 pm

@BobP
:D :y:
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by BobP » Jan 07 2015 2:45 pm

Tortoise Hiker wrote:I just saw this. I'll wear it with honor. You rock. Hey, we are do for another hike!
You have recently been beaten out by a gumdrop...a gumdrop has hiked more with me than you have :)
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Re: Looking for my 100th HAZ hiking partner

Post by Tortoise_Hiker » Jan 07 2015 4:04 pm

@BobP
:tt: :cry:
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