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In case you did already know, there are Wi-Fi hotspots in some of our state parks.

I wish they had Wi-Fi in Death Valley or Old Mojave. We could do a living thread of a FJC run.

"LIVE from __________!!"


http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=23780


The following is a list of park units that offer AT&T Wi-Fi Service:
Anza-Borrego Desert State Park
Armstrong Redwoods State Reserve
Auburn State Recreation Area
Brannan Island State Recreation Area
Bolsa Chica State Beach
Clear Lake State Park
Columbia State Historic Park
Colusa-Sacramento River State Recreation Area
Crystal Cove State Park
Cuyamaca Rancho State Park
Doheny State Beach
Ed Z'berg - Sugar Pine Point State Park
Folsom Lake State Recreation Area
Half Moon Bay State Beach
Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park
Huntington State Beach
Lake Oroville State Recreation Area
Lake Perris State Recreation Area
Leo Carrillo State Park
MacKerricher State Park
Malibu Lagoon State Beach
Marshall Gold Discovery State Historic Park
McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park
Monterey State Historic Park
Morro Bay State Park
Mount San Jacinto State Park
Mount Tamalpais State Park
Natural Bridges State Beach
Old Sacramento State Historic Park
Old Town San Diego SHP
Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Pismo State Beach
Point Mugu State Park
Richardson Grove State Park
Salton Sea State Recreation Area
Samuel P. Taylor State Park
San Buenaventura State Beach
San Clemente State Beach
San Elijo State Beach
San Juan Bautista State Historic Park
Silver Strand State Beach
Silverwood Lake State Recreation Area
Sonoma State Historic Park
South Carlsbad State Beach
Sutter's Fort State Historic Park
Torrey Pines State Beach
Van Damme State Park
Will Rogers State Historic Park
William B. Ide Adobe State Historic Park
 

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Ya, but it's fee based. AT&T isn't going to give it away. My solution is that I will soon me a mobile hot spot as I will be putting in a WiFi antenna on my roof that is connected to a Wireless Access Point. which after several other connections ends up accessing the Internet via my AT&T Tilt Windows Mobile 6 PDA Phone. So, as long as I have a cell phone signal, others, parked near me will be able to access the Wireless network (FJ-PIPER)

As far as a live trail run, that is my next step, I will be streaming live video back to my server in westminster then out to the Internet.

WAZZZZUUUUUPPPPP??????
 

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Do you have a fridge/freezer in the back with ice cream? That's the ultimate mod.


Oh, and you're a bit nuts with the communications stuff. I dream of such things, but man, to actually do it. Can't wait to see....and steal some internet. ;D
 

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wow piper, i'm just happyi got my CB to work and that i can find my cell phone when its ringing.
 

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My next mod is gonna be a big-ass fire pit in the back of my rig. I'm gonna make a big bon-fire so we can all stay warm when we are connected to Pipers router. ;D Maybe even roast some dawgs. ;)
 

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Allright, I get it, I'm overly technically Geeky! So, I better definitely not mention anything about my desire to have future trail runs with overnight camping and a LCD projector either showing movies for the kids (with 7.1 surround) or cool flicks if it's just an adult run. And definitely not bring up connecting the XBox 360 for playing halo in the desert projected to a massive 30 foot screen. Muahahahaha! Ooopps! did I just type that?.....
 

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Question. Is this WiFi like at a hot spot or WiFi via cell (3G or EVDO)? If with cell, we can plug in a wireless router (Linksys WRT54G3G-ST) that uses an EVDO or 3G card and have wireless access at the camp site. Just a thought.
 

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fjc8871 said:
Question. Is this WiFi like at a hot spot or WiFi via cell (3G or EVDO)? If with cell, we can plug in a wireless router (Linksys WRT54G3G-ST) that uses an EVDO or 3G card and have wireless access at the camp site. Just a thought.
I think Piper just found a new friend. ::) ;D
 
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