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Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Fri Aug 06, 2010 9:26 pm
by Ghostwolf
3Fingas wrote:Where is the trailhead at?

Also, is the one particular entrance that we are supposed to go through or many?
Only one entrance. Wolf Mt. trail parking area. http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/publication ... 7_026b.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:31 pm
by 3Fingas
Ghostwolf wrote:
3Fingas wrote:Where is the trailhead at?

Also, is the one particular entrance that we are supposed to go through or many?
Only one entrance. Wolf Mt. trail parking area. http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/publication ... 7_026b.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Ok, I see the big "P" south of wolf mount trail. Guestimating from map, if we are taking zig-zag path -- 4 mileish to primitive campsite? I am bringing my ipod and big container of gatorade for this one....

Like I said I probably won't get there until at least 10:00....anyhow, I will call Glitch tomorrow while traveling if I am running later than that....See you all tomorrow.....

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 6:19 pm
by Dubbya
Firsties with the pictures!

Nothing tastes better than fresh filtered Central Texas River Water!

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Dubbya cooling off in the river.

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Ghostwolf trying his luck fishing.

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Great to meet everyone! I learned a few things:

More moleskin is needed in my FAK.
Need to evaluate how much extra/unused stuff I pack.
Lighter desert style boots are needed for summer hiking.
I am significantly out of shape!

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 9:35 pm
by 3Fingas
We survived the Perdenales death march of 2010.

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Lessons learned:

Bring more water next time.

Get water filter and uv sterilization pen

Bring mole skin.

Bring some sugar treats, can of soda quick energy pickup

I had a great time. Primitive camping, while fun, does give you a better appreciation for civilization when you come back.
During this campout, everyone was so helpful. So, I thought I should say thanks to each of you.
Thanks to Karnedge for lending me his tent.
Thanks to Jester for selling me your ALICE pack.
Thanks to Glitch for the canteen cup and other helpful items.
Thanks to Dubbya for moleskin
Thanks to Kangamangis for the water
Thanks to Ghostwolf for the site selection and other helpful information.
I had a blast and it was fun meeting Ghostwolf and Kangamangis.
I look forward to next month's camping event.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 10:48 pm
by KentsOkay
sounds awesome! wish I could of gone, ah well, next time. Or perhaps the time after that.
Who is who in that lineup you've got there 3fingas?

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Sun Aug 08, 2010 10:54 pm
by 3Fingas
KentsOkay wrote:sounds awesome! wish I could of gone, ah well, next time. Or perhaps the time after that.
Who is who in that lineup you've got there 3fingas?
Hi Kent. Too bad you couldn't make the trip. It was a great fun. Your name came up a couple of times during the trip -- we got some cool glasses for you. :D

Pictured (left to right)

Dubbya, Kangamangis, Ghostwolf, and Glitch....(not pictured...me taking the picture)

Glitch is going to put out info on the next bugout/campout very soon. Check back here for details.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:35 am
by KentsOkay
3Fingas wrote:
KentsOkay wrote:sounds awesome! wish I could of gone, ah well, next time. Or perhaps the time after that.
Who is who in that lineup you've got there 3fingas?
Hi Kent. Too bad you couldn't make the trip. It was a great fun. Your name came up a couple of times during the trip -- we got some cool glasses for you. :D

Pictured (left to right)

Dubbya, Kangamangis, Ghostwolf, and Glitch....(not pictured...me taking the picture)

Glitch is going to put out info on the next bugout/campout very soon. Check back here for details.
Sounds good!

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 12:40 pm
by Ghostwolf
Had a good time. Mainly due to the quality company on the trail. The Central Texas chapter definitely has a good core group going. No whiners in this bunch despite the harsh temps and blisters earned on the hike. I think we all learned something on this trip even though it was just an over night scouting. Thanks for letting me tag along guys. I look forward to the next one.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 4:01 pm
by Glitch20
Ghostwolf wrote:Had a good time. Mainly due to the quality company on the trail. The Central Texas chapter definitely has a good core group going. No whiners in this bunch despite the harsh temps and blisters earned on the hike. I think we all learned something on this trip even though it was just an over night scouting. Thanks for letting me tag along guys. I look forward to the next one.
Darn we didn't scare you off. (yet)

sorry guys i haven't had time to post up the pics from the trip yet i haven't even taken them off my camera yet.
been busy working on a review for a game(per contract) so i will get around to posting up every thing as soon as i can.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 6:42 pm
by Jester79
Looks as though you guys had a good time. I look forward to attending one in the future but Germany is really nice right now.

Fingas - You're welcome.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 7:56 pm
by Ghostwolf
Glitch20 wrote: Darn we didn't scare you off. (yet)
Dude, if aids infected monkeys that like to bite your junk off don't scare me, you guys can't. :lol:

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 7:57 pm
by Glitch20
Ghostwolf wrote:
Glitch20 wrote: Darn we didn't scare you off. (yet)
Dude, if aids infected monkeys that like to bite your junk off don't scare me, you guys can't. :lol:
point taken :lol:

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 8:33 pm
by Dubbya
Ghostwolf wrote:
Glitch20 wrote: Darn we didn't scare you off. (yet)
Dude, if aids infected monkeys that like to bite your junk off don't scare me, you guys can't. :lol:
The daddy longlegs piss hole didnt seem to bother you much either.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 9:49 pm
by Kangamangis
Hey don't be running your mouths about AIDS monkeys and daddy longleg pissholes. Your going to start a global scare, that info. was held back by the government for a reason.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:04 pm
by 3Fingas
Kangamangis wrote:Hey don't be running your mouths about AIDS monkeys and daddy longleg pissholes. Your going to start a global scare, that info. was held back by the government for a reason.
Daddy longlegged pisshole inhabiting gonad grabbing, man-eating, AIDS infected monkeys?

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:21 pm
by 3Fingas
Since no one has mentioned it. This is officially the longest thread we've ever had. I guess actually having matters of substance to discuss does wonders for the thread page count...gonad-grabbing monkeys excepted. :D

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:30 pm
by Ghostwolf
3Fingas wrote:
Kangamangis wrote:Hey don't be running your mouths about AIDS monkeys and daddy longleg pissholes. Your going to start a global scare, that info. was held back by the government for a reason.
Daddy longlegged pisshole inhabiting gonad grabbing, man-eating, AIDS infected monkeys?
ROTFLMAO! Definitely sig line material you got there 3 Fingers. :lol: One slight change: Daddy longlegged pisshole inhabiting, gonad grabbing, man-eating,AIDS infected monkey ZOMBIES!

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:36 pm
by 3Fingas
Ghostwolf wrote:
3Fingas wrote:
Kangamangis wrote:Hey don't be running your mouths about AIDS monkeys and daddy longleg pissholes. Your going to start a global scare, that info. was held back by the government for a reason.
Daddy longlegged pisshole inhabiting gonad grabbing, man-eating, AIDS infected monkeys?
ROTFLMAO! Definitely sig line material you got there 3 Fingers. :lol: One slight change: Daddy longlegged pisshole inhabiting, gonad grabbing, man-eating,AIDS infected monkey ZOMBIES!
That's freakin' perfect, man!

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 10:51 pm
by Kangamangis
speaking about AIDS monkeys.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-lEzYZMo1k" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:02 pm
by Kangamangis
Not only is there monkey AIDS, but also monkey herpes......great!

Q. What is B-Virus?

A. Cercopithecine Herpesvirus-1, also known as B-Virus, is a member of the herpes group of viruses that occurs naturally in Macaque monkeys and possible in other Old World monkeys. Infection with B-Virus produces very mild disease in the monkey. Most have no obvious evidence of infection. Some monkeys may have vesicles (small blisters) which progress to ulcers in the mouth, on the face, lips, or genitals and/or eye. These lesions spontaneously heal after a few days, but the virus resides permanently in the monkey, and may reactivate and cause ulcerative lesions periodically. These relapses are especially likely to occur when the monkey is "stressed" (like cold sores or fever blisters in humans). During these periods, the virus is shed by the monkey to the environment. However, the virus may also be shed by monkeys without visible lesions or symptoms.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:03 pm
by Kangamangis
Kangamangis wrote:Not only is there monkey AIDS, but also monkey herpes......great!

Q. What is B-Virus?

A. Cercopithecine Herpesvirus-1, also known as B-Virus, is a member of the herpes group of viruses that occurs naturally in Macaque monkeys and possible in other Old World monkeys. Infection with B-Virus produces very mild disease in the monkey. Most have no obvious evidence of infection. Some monkeys may have vesicles (small blisters) which progress to ulcers in the mouth, on the face, lips, or genitals and/or eye. These lesions spontaneously heal after a few days, but the virus resides permanently in the monkey, and may reactivate and cause ulcerative lesions periodically. These relapses are especially likely to occur when the monkey is "stressed" (like cold sores or fever blisters in humans). During these periods, the virus is shed by the monkey to the environment. However, the virus may also be shed by monkeys without visible lesions or symptoms.
Q. How does transmission of the B-Virus from monkeys to humans occur?

A. Transmission to humans occurs by exposure to contaminated monkey saliva, secretions, or tissues. The most likely routes of transmission are bites and scratches or splashes. There has been a report of person to person transmission.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:18 pm
by 3Fingas
Kangamangis wrote:
Kangamangis wrote:Not only is there monkey AIDS, but also monkey herpes......great!

Q. What is B-Virus?

A. Cercopithecine Herpesvirus-1, also known as B-Virus, is a member of the herpes group of viruses that occurs naturally in Macaque monkeys and possible in other Old World monkeys. Infection with B-Virus produces very mild disease in the monkey. Most have no obvious evidence of infection. Some monkeys may have vesicles (small blisters) which progress to ulcers in the mouth, on the face, lips, or genitals and/or eye. These lesions spontaneously heal after a few days, but the virus resides permanently in the monkey, and may reactivate and cause ulcerative lesions periodically. These relapses are especially likely to occur when the monkey is "stressed" (like cold sores or fever blisters in humans). During these periods, the virus is shed by the monkey to the environment. However, the virus may also be shed by monkeys without visible lesions or symptoms.
Q. How does transmission of the B-Virus from monkeys to humans occur?

A. Transmission to humans occurs by exposure to contaminated monkey saliva, secretions, or tissues. The most likely routes of transmission are bites and scratches or splashes. There has been a report of person to person transmission.
Stop it, man. You are grossing me out :lol:

So, excess monkey "familiarity" leads to this:

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And so ... justifies our bugout preparations. Thank goodness we will be prepared.

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:49 pm
by Glitch20
wow, i can honestly say i never thought this forum would be taken over by AIDS/HERPES infected monkeys. :lol:

nice avatar kanga :lol:

Re: Central Texas Mock Bug-out Planning

Posted: Mon Aug 09, 2010 11:51 pm
by 3Fingas
Lookie, Kangamangis changed his avatar to reflect every Central Texas primitive camper's worst fear....
Infected monkey derail notwithstanding....

Glitch, have you started thinking about next month's event?