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cross country
< on 10/11/2015 7:09 AM >
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Hey everyone. I am new to this site but not at all to exploring. I am currently on a 4 month cross country trip. Have been on the road exploring the country for about 2 and a half months now and have seen a lot but I'm always looking for new adventures. With that being said I would like some information on how to become a full member so I can better research places I wish to explore as well as find new places. Please message me with some information and if anyone is an explorer in California that will be my next stop going from nor cal to so cal. Thanks
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Re: cross country
< Reply # 1 on 10/11/2015 1:17 PM >
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I reckon you should start by reading this:

http://www.uer.ca/...=1&threadid=102351

Generally speaking full members are expected to interact with other members and share their knowledge and experience not just ask for free information on their first post.






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Re: cross country
< Reply # 2 on 10/15/2015 1:18 AM >
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Being a full member has nothing to do with your ability to research places. Here is an example:

On my lunch break I checked Google Maps because I am traveling to the other plant tomorrow. I wrote down some intersections and addresses of potential storm drains. On my way back I'll look at them in person.

If I were planning a cross-country trip, I might talk to friends or contacts. without those, I would do quite a bit of research.




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Re: cross country
< Reply # 3 on 10/15/2015 2:54 PM >
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Posted by jaykay
Hey everyone. I am new to this site but not at all to exploring. I am currently on a 4 month cross country trip. Have been on the road exploring the country for about 2 and a half months now and have seen a lot but I'm always looking for new adventures. With that being said I would like some information on how to become a full member so I can better research places I wish to explore as well as find new places. Please message me with some information and if anyone is an explorer in California that will be my next stop going from nor cal to so cal. Thanks
--j



Welcome to UER kayjay.
Please clarify your second sentence. I don't like to assume.
There is a modify button to edit posts.
And bump all the above recommendations.




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Re: cross country
< Reply # 4 on 10/15/2015 3:32 PM >
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I reckon you should start by reading this:

http://www.uer.ca/...=1&threadid=102351

Generally speaking full members are expected to interact with other members and share their knowledge and experience not just ask for free information on their first post.



And let's not forget this classic: So you've asked for a location!




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