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Chris Sgaraglino
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If it can be done, do it. If it can't, think of a way it can!
If it can be done, do it. If it can't, think of a way it can!

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I used to use G+ a lot and quit when the pulled the “Viewed Stats” but I have started using it again and I am confused about the new (new to me) iOS App.

I just posted 14 photos and it seems that only the first 7 are available from the App. I see other posts with more than 7 photos, but again only the first 7 are viewable.

How do I view the rest?
Is Google trying to limit post to 7?
What am I missing?
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Kayaking the Weeki Wachee Spring in Spring Hill Florida. A sweet location were your likely to encounter Manatees- provided you can paddle on a quiet low traffic day. I recommend during the week in the off season to avoid hordes of people!

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10/24/17
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I kayak and hike a lot here in Central Florida and recently opted to take my D500 and 18-300mm (my hiking kit) with me. When kayaking I am taking all the precautions; dry bag, towel, drip rings, etc. but inadvertently some water does get on the body. When hiking or out at the beach, dirt, sand, water and salt, a drip here and there or even transfer from my hands, which is no big deal - all needs to be cleaned up once I am home.

What the best solution/procedure for cleaning the external components of a body and/or lens?

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Why I am considering leaving the GoPro Koolaid Train! I have been trying to get support for two weeks and for the 4th time on the phone, just sat on hold for ANOTHER 2 1/2 hours until I was disconnected! Yeah yeah, it was a matter of principle! But in the last year or so, their products have tanked and support even worse - I should have kept all my 4 Blacks. Anyway, with no support - it's time to move on to something else!
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This is a short video of several sections of Blue (Intermediate) Rated Trails. The SWAMP Mountain Bike Club that maintains these trails has also given them a rating making it easier for cyclists to know what they are getting into.

Read the full article:
http://www.mylifeontwowheels.com/central-florida-transplant/

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This is a short video of 2 sections of Black (Advance) Rated Trails. The SWAMP Mountain Bike Club that maintains these trails has also given them a rating making it easier for cyclists to know what they are getting into.

Read the full article:
http://www.mylifeontwowheels.com/central-florida-transplant/

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Central Florida Cycling - 30 Days In Some of you may know that I have recently moved from Colorado to Florida, the Tampa area to be more specific. It’s now been 30 days since my first ride and here are some of my thoughts and opinions about a cycling westerner transplant.

In the past 30 years, I have ridden all over the US, from west coast beaches of San Diego, the deserts of Barstow/Joshua Tree in California, the Red Rocks of Nevada, all throughout the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and now the gator filled preserves of Florida. With elevations from Sea Level to the top of Pikes Peak at 14,114’. Rides as short as an hour to overnight bike packing trips. Sand, snow, mud, dirt, rocks, hard pack, asphalt & concrete – my adventures have been awesome and I am blessed with the ability to keep riding even at 52-years-old and all that that brings with it!

Let me say that this is not a fair assessment of the overall cycling in Central Florida, because when I got here their “worst” weather months had started and has limited my ride time. However, with an 8-month drought just finishing, the past 30 days have seen actual temps as high as 104°, average high humidity floating around 95% and a total of 12.54” of rain! I am told this is the worst of the worst time of the year for “typical” weather – the worst of the worst…hmmm…this is nothing, I still managed over 156 miles in 10 rides!!

Read the full story:
http://www.mylifeontwowheels.com/central-florida-cycling/

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Central Florida Cycling - 30 Days In Some of you may know that I have recently moved from Colorado to Florida, the Tampa area to be more specific. It’s now been 30 days since my first ride and here are some of my thoughts and opinions about a cycling westerner transplant.

In the past 30 years, I have ridden all over the US, from west coast beaches of San Diego, the deserts of Barstow/Joshua Tree in California, the Red Rocks of Nevada, all throughout the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and now the gator filled preserves of Florida. With elevations from Sea Level to the top of Pikes Peak at 14,114’. Rides as short as an hour to overnight bike packing trips. Sand, snow, mud, dirt, rocks, hard pack, asphalt & concrete – my adventures have been awesome and I am blessed with the ability to keep riding even at 52-years-old and all that that brings with it!

Let me say that this is not a fair assessment of the overall cycling in Central Florida, because when I got here their “worst” weather months had started and has limited my ride time. However, with an 8-month drought just finishing, the past 30 days have seen actual temps as high as 104°, average high humidity floating around 95% and a total of 12.54” of rain! I am told this is the worst of the worst time of the year for “typical” weather – the worst of the worst…hmmm…this is nothing, I still managed over 156 miles in 10 rides!!

Read the full story:
http://www.mylifeontwowheels.com/central-florida-cycling/

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DIY: Dealing with mud, dirt, sand and even snow - parts on your bike are going to get dirty and sometimes a simple washing is just not going to cut it. It is also recommended that at least once a year you break down your bike and clean/wash/grease each and every moving part.

This is often a job that you might outsource to a bike shop and is packaged as a "Tune-Up" and it's usually the most expensive super deluxe tune-up on the list, ranging form $150 to over $250 bucks!

But what if you could do it simply yourself? Enter the DIY Arena is Torin's Bog Red 3.5 Gallon Parts Washer and at less than $60 smack-a-roonies is an excellent tool for your garage!

Read more: http://www.mylifeontwowheels.com/big-red-parts-washer/

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DIY: Dealing with mud, dirt, sand and even snow - parts on your bike are going to get dirty and sometimes a simple washing is just not going to cut it. It is also recommended that at least once a year you break down your bike and clean/wash/grease each and every moving part.

This is often a job that you might outsource to a bike shop and is packaged as a "Tune-Up" and it's usually the most expensive super deluxe tune-up on the list, ranging form $150 to over $250 bucks!

But what if you could do it simply yourself? Enter the DIY Arena is Torin's Bog Red 3.5 Gallon Parts Washer and at less than $60 smack-a-roonies is an excellent tool for your garage!

Read more: http://www.mylifeontwowheels.com/big-red-parts-washer/
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