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    This will be my first also. I am sure it will be on me almost all the time.

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    Chris,

    The fleeces are great!!! My wife finally had to take mine away from me to wash it...I gave it up grudginly. 2009 were red so it drew a lot of attention and I spoke to a bunch of people about STP and the Observatory. I am so looking forward to this years hike.

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    LOL. That is probably going to be what happens to me. Do you think my wife would mind much if I sleep with it on? It is going to seem like forever waiting to get it.

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    Wash the fleece? We should do that? I just wear it all the time (except if the temp is above 60).
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    Sometimes our wives just don't understand...I think she said something about it getting up and going hiking on its own...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad View Post
    Wash the fleece? We should do that? I just wear it all the time (except if the temp is above 60).
    just have it on in the next rain storm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    just have it on in the next rain storm
    The fleece is wonderful in the rain. Water does not even make it wet.
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    Needless to say, my 2009 fleece will be in my pack for STP 2010...maybe I'll put it on for the summit picture...as I hope I won't need it for the hike.

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    We need to get as many folks with STP fleece jackets for a group photo on the deck with the summit tower in back. Pick a time - maybe noon on the 24th? On the deck?
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    If at noon, I will try my darnest to be there for the group photo. (Edit, I don't get one until this year, but I can take the photo)
    Last edited by Snow Miser; 07-16-2010 at 03:40 PM.
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