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Forums » Share a Trip » What exactly is "Share a Trip".

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kringenwally

What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by kringenwally »

And I thought it was a place to come back to and post trip reports. 

But I like the '60s reminiscence - "Don't Bogart That Joint, Mah Friend!"

Travelandnature - takes one to know one maybe, eh?

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RE: What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by /bio/joanna »

Living where I do now it might very well be that 60's term applied to my generous indoor-farming neighbors.

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kringenwally

RE: What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by kringenwally »

"...Living where I do now..."

Would that be Colorado? Lots of indoor farming (now legal) up that way...

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RE: What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by /bio/joanna »

That would be Northern California.  Better weather for said farming, indoors and out.  Semi-legal.

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RE: What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by /bio/nyclatinatraveler »

I believe it was intended for people who are looking to take a trip but don't want to go at it solo and are seeking someone who is willing to share the trip. That's my shot in the dark. blush

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RE: What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by /bio/johnt »

So that's why the British Columbia forum has practically dried up?  "Indoor farming" now going on south of the border has negated the need for any trips north? 

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RE: What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by /bio/pheymont »

So did Joan of Arc, and look where that got her: Title role in a Cheech and Chong movie...

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RE: What exactly is "Share a Trip".

by /bio/joanna »

I first read it as "Share a Tip" which made sense to me, little ideas that didn't quite fit anywhere else.  But now I can't decide if this this a place for trip reports or roommates or maybe something else altogether.  Please enlighten me, oh you with inside knowledge.  Or even another guess.

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