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Jim Cyr
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I live in a city where they used to roll barrels of ale down a hill to stop a riot.
I live in a city where they used to roll barrels of ale down a hill to stop a riot.

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Before heading out on your trip, you can send a test message either from your Garmin inReach SE+ or from the inReach portal. This is a good idea if you don't use the device often or just want to make sure you didn't miss any firmware updates.

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Dans ce tutoriel, je vais vous donner un présentation de l'appareil Garmin #inReach SE+.

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In this tutorial I’ll give you an overview of the garmin #inreach se+.

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Here's a nice looking minimalist knife I picked up on my last trip to Montreal last year. The Deejo knife is a curious blade. I took a while for me to get used to it as compared to my other EDC knives. The small, compact design and clip was an issue until I decided that it was best meant for front pant pocket.

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Hey folks! busy spring & summer coming up and I wanted to let you in as to what's up.

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Before smartphones and LTE towers were the norm; your options for communications while hiking were limited. Basically you would go for your Ham Radio or Amateur radio certificate (call sign) and prepare a communications kit. Now with new technology like satellite communicators like garmin (delorme) inreach and spot, you save a lot of space in your pack.

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How can non inReach users send you a text (sms) or email message while you are away in the wilderness or on your big camping trip?

Well, there two ways this can be accomplished:

1. Pre-planning: determine who can contact you
2. Use Mapshare

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