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  1. Thanks Mike for a great presentation. The slides and all the in-depth information you put together was wonderful. I’m hoping some of it sunk it. Thanks to all the board too for securing great space.
  2. Hoping to be there. Fully boosted and will test that AM. Not sure what I’ll bring yet.
  3. Thank you, Robert, for all you have contributed to NSPN over the years! I’ve really appreciated and enjoyed all that you have done. I hope to see you on the water this spring! Congratulations Sue and thanks to all the board members for keeping the club going strong! Janice
  4. Yes, there was an extra “about” - easy to miss.
  5. Thanks for the flyer, Gary. I sent it to our library that has a weekly email blast on “Things to do in and around town” and they’ll put it in the next posting. I also sent it to all staff at my work and several clinicians are enthusiastic about it and plan to attend. There is a minor typo in the flyer …anyway to correct it? Thanks, Janice
  6. Count me in! I don’t work on Fridays so Thursday night works for me. Janice
  7. Looks like a beautiful day/evening for Chebacco. I’ll be there tonight.
  8. Count me in if the weather is good for a full moon paddle! Janice
  9. I’ll be there tonight but not until 5:30 +. Looks like great weather for it Janice
  10. Michael, no, I did not buy your tent...I didn't see it for sale. I agree with everyone's advice that a down sleeping bag and insulating mat would be the best solution, rather than buying a warmer tent. Christopher, why would I want an "army olive drab" anything to cover up my ugly slate grey sleeping bag! I'm sure it's a great buy but I'm good without olive drab!
  11. Following everyone's advice getting a new down sleeping bag and a new mat seemed to be the best option. I looked at reviews on both and decided on the REI Magma 15 women's sleeping bag as it was near the top of the reviews, a little cheaper and I could use the 20% off coupon and my dividend, which helped some! It's 850 fill goose down and rated at 17 degrees, though it's an ugly slate grey. At least the inside isn't grey and it has a neck "wrap" to prevent the cold air coming in. You can't have everything! I found a great deal on Backcountry on the Sea to Summit Ether Light XT insulated mat women's regular so I ordered that too. It was also rated high in the reviews, packs small, R value of 3.5 and a good price. It looks like the women's long is the only one left on sale now. Now if we can only get out there. I was looking forward to the Hermit Island camping trip in May but as it's a campground I bet they will be closed. Thanks everyone. Dave, I did hear its best to not climb into your sleeping bag feeling cold so you're to ran around or jump up and down and warm up first. I did that but by 3 AM it's still cold out there! Janice
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