Abq UrbEx (Urban Exploring) Socal

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Abq UrbEx (Urban Exploring) Socal

Time: October 27, 2009 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Kellys Brewpub
Website or Map: http://community.livejournal.…
Event Type: social, meeting
Organized By: killbox
Latest Activity: Oct 27, 2009

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A social for the Antisocial! ;-D

Anyone interested in Urban Exploring*, or Roadside Archeology, Photography, or is just curious as to why we do it, come down to Kellys Tuesday, and meet with us.

Topics may or may not include sites, safety, history, techniques, access. But mostly its just so people interested can meet other interested people.

* Urban Exploring, is a very nebulous term, sometimes used to describe exploring abandonments, and utility areas, But it can be as simple as just spotting ant appreciating old buildings, or finding something new to see.

Tell your interested friends.

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