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    Introduction area for new member

    I think it would be good for a new member to have an area dedicated to introducing themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jons4real View Post
    I think it would be good for a new member to have an area dedicated to introducing themselves.
    I also agree with this. A place where new people can introduce them selfs and we could welcome them aboard. Its a great way to break the ice so to speak and maybe even make better friends.
    Alice came to a fork in the road, " which road do I take"? she asked.
    "Where do you want to go"? responded the cheshire cat.
    " I don't know," Alice anwered.
    "Then," said the cat, " it doesn't matter".
    ~Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland

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    just to chime in, that was the first thing I looked for, so I agree, it would be a nice idea.

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    I do like this idea. I noticed many threads recently in the general talk area with people introducing themselves. It is great to welcome someone new aboard, I feel that thread would benefit the community.
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    Hello all I'm new my name is Michael this is a grate site ill be sticking around
    and an introductory stick would be grate

    thanks mic
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    hello and welcome abord
    The smell of the bush after rain, the solitude and isolation, just you and the track with the birds singing
    the crickets and cicada chirping.

    Life is what you make it

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    I'm a long time hiker, backpacker, and hunter. I'm also a NYS licensed outdoor guide, but I don't use my license for profit. I lead hikes just for the fun of it and to keep introducing new people to the great outdoor opportunities in western New York.

    I use to be a "big vacation" backpacker - everywhere from Alaska to Louisiana, but now I prefer getting out for hikes or shorter backpacking trips every weekend closer to home. I spend more time on the trail and less hassles getting there.

    I've been backpacking as an adult since the early 1970's, but in the last 5 years I learned of two things that have greatly increased my enjoyment on the trail - kilts and hammocks. Wish I had known of them 40 years ago.

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    Hi everyone!

    Hello all, I'm new here in hikingforum. I learned about this from a friend.I joined because I think I needed to let out my feelings. Thanks for accepting me.

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    Welcome aboard, enjoy your stay..

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