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Cell phone signal

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by killeroy154, Feb 6, 2017.

  1. Bibsoutdoors

    Bibsoutdoors Survivalist

    @killeroy154, which picture had you desecrating your touch screen. . .ha ha! We'll compare notes

  2. Northern Dancer

    Northern Dancer Survivalist

    ...I have to admit I ain't gots much of a social life. Though I retired from College Teaching I'm still assigned a parish and I'm still very busy. Camping affords me the opportunity to express myself in another way and to escape [or is it run away?] from the rigours and pressures of modern day life. So...I've got the equipment and for the most part I've got the time and this is what I have chosen to do in my other life. :)

    :bear: Baden Bear here, "From his youth Northern Dancer has always had an infinity with nature and identifies with St. Francis, accept ND knows how to camp better."
  3. Bibsoutdoors

    Bibsoutdoors Survivalist

    No social life, means you can be hear with us if you so choose. . .we win. I have never begrudge anyone 'equipment' a long as they use it. People who buy things to show others and that is that bother me. So it delights me that you have so much equipment. That makes you a fountain of knowledge for those of us looking to get something, but wanting first hand testament on the product. So I'd say, no social life, plenty of equipment. . .again, we win!

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  4. Alexandoy

    Alexandoy Survivalist

    My dream campsite is a remote one where there is no phone signal. It's corny to be in the tent only to be hounded by the sound of your phone. Camping is getting away from civilization and you cannot get away if there is signal on your phone. Besides the text or call you can also be tempted to access the Internet.
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