Sunday, July 8, 2007

Contact/Comments

Contact: please feel free to contact us at ABhikingblog@gmail.com if you have any feedback or comments for us.

Comments: Ashley and I encourage and welcome our readers to submit comments about their experiences on the hikes on this blog or about their hiking experiences in general. (Note: All comments require administrator approval. Comments will not be approved if they are not related to hiking, the blog, the outdoors, ect. No advertisements or in appropriate material will be allowed to be posted to the site. Posts that contain Links to other hiking websites are fine).

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5 comments:

  1. I came across your blog thanks to my StumbleUpon toolbar and I'm so glad I did! I just finished my first year at UC Irvine and a friend of mine, who is an avid hiker, told me to do some hiking while I'm on summer vacation. He said it was a great way to spend time outdoors during the summer so I became interested. I found your blog a few days later and it's given me so much information about the local trails! It's great for a beginning hiker like me. :D Thanks!

    -Kim

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  2. Kim,

    Glad that our blog has been helpful. It is always a privilage to help out a fellow anteater. Please give us feed backs on the hikes. Enjoy the trails!

    Brian

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  3. love your blog. Great advice for fellow hikers!!!

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  4. I saw your blog while I was exploring places to hike in OC. We went today to a place called Eaton Canyon Falls in Pasadena and we really enjoyed it. Have you been there? If you have been there,how do some of the OC fall hikes compare to that one? Thanks for the info.

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  5. We have unfortunatly not been to Eaton Canyon Falls in Pasadena. The falls out here are pretty good though when they are flowing, Tenaja Falls is the biggest in the area.

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Ashley and I encourage and welcome our readers to submit comments about their experiences on the trails we have posted on our blog or about their own hiking experiences in general.