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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Club History
    and giving everyone a sip of cider The line in the dark was a half a mile long Several members are still in the club who recall the famous incident The club experienced dramatic growth from 1971 200 members 50 activities to 1979 1 300 members 213 activities The club was incorporated in 1980 as the A Y H Outdoor Club of South Jersey Inc 1981 saw the first dues increase since 1974 2 50 individual 5 Family and the end of Lifetime memberships 15 individual 30 Family 1982 vote to change name to the Outdoor Club of New Jersey defeated July4 1982 Richard Dick Greve completes the entire AT trail after starting in 1975 He starts the Annual Volunteer Weekend at the AT Trail Conference Headquarters in Harpers Ferry WV 1983 special supplement July September marks the beginning of the quarterly activities schedule 1984 June 25 August 10 Don Mount completes 3 375 mile cycling trip across America Sept 22 1984 saw the first Batona Trail 40 6 miles in a day event The trail has since grown to about 52 miles 1984 Cpe May weekend started 1985 Winter cover introduced the familiar OCSJ logo selected from among many contest entries Membership fee increases to 4 single and 6 family Club has 1 600 members Wednesday hike become a reality The Beast of the East metric century bike ride commences Fall 1990 bicycling appoints coordinators for the different ride classifications The Fall 1990 printed schedule is called RAMBLER The1991 Winter schedule is called the Wayfarer The 1991 Spring schedule debuts the familiar Trekker The club reached a milestone in the Fall of 1991 2000 members and a membership fee increase 8 individual 10 family November 7 1992 was the occasion of the 25 th Anniversary Dinner and Dance PRESIDENTS 1967 1968 DALE KNAPSCHAEFER 1968 1970 BERT NIXDORF 1970 1971 WALTER HAYES 1971 1972 JOE SIGONA 1972 1981 BERT NIXDORF 1981 1991 TOM BROOKS 1991 2000 JOSEPH N TRUJILLO IS PRESIDENT Some Milestone Events 1993 Present I hope you enjoy this brief history of the second 25 years A description of the most recent years is planned next If you have any events you would like to include corrections comments etc Contact Frank Pearce historian ocsj org CLUB PRESIDENTS 1991 2000 Joseph Trujillo 2001 2002 John Bauer 2003 Jan Mar Manny Robbins 2003 Apr 2004 April Mike Baker 2004 May 2006 Dennis Mckane 2006 July 2009 Kathleen Pearce 2010 2011 Tom Neigel 2012 2013 Bruce Steidel 2014 2015 Bob DiMarco 2016 Barbara Brandt 1993 2 013 members Joseph Trujillo President 26 participants in long walk 8 completed 50 miles 107 volunteers for 8 th Annual Earth Day 10 Gift certificates for Leadership Awards store depends on activity Learn to canoe well attended Sister Club in Siberia Outdoor Club of Siberia Club Insurance not cover canoeing Map and compass course Charitable Contributions Committee report List not exclusive but dynamic changing as our needs change 1994 1 972 members Joseph Trujillo President Board authorizes payment to any member attending pinelands Short Course two new policies February Helmets mandatory for all bike riders voted by leaders Life vests mandatory for all persons on board water craft New Federal Law Schedule includes Compass Instruction paint Ball combat Dinner Cruise from Sea Isle City Flat Tie Clinic March Club Policy Dogs allowed on hikes at discretion of leader In addition to NJ Law Dogs on State property must be on leash April Pace pledge added to Trekker keep classes at recommended pace May telephone hotline approved 427 7777 Q Q requested ad with biking 250 offset cost in Phone Book June New insurance MCKAY New sign in incident report forms Board rejects umbrella policy Conflict Beast of East Forest service issued permit to another group Girl Scout Troop 331 issued membership card September Beast of East event 300 participants 3 accidents 500 profit donated to PPA October Pizza Party for volunteers of Beast of East 1995 1 947 members Joseph Trujillo President Holiday Party Club 25 Maple Shade 6 th Annual Cape May Weekend 500 Club Patches Trips planned for California and Norway LAST BEAST OF EAST 1996 1 857 members February 1996 Joseph Trujillo President Earth day cleanups at Whitesbog Rancocas State park 2 Day Backpack Cleanup to lower Forge 3 River Cleanups Oswego Mullica Cedar picked up 480 lbs of trash Club received certificate of appreciation for 2 nd year from State of New Jersey Letter of thanks from PPA and Bicycling Coalition of Delaware Valley Water safety rules on phone hotline No reimbursements for travel approved Club favors single use trails 1997 August 1976 members Joseph Trujillo President Motion for Singles Chair not pass October Proposed Accounting recommendations Cyclists Leaders meeting at Brick Oven Restaurant in Mt Laurel 1998 1 963 members Joseph Trujillo President January 700 approved to purchase brush cutter 1999 1 876 Members April Joseph Trujillo President April Table at WPEN Senior Expo at Garden State Race Track Table at Cherry Hill Drug Alliance event at Cherry hill Hilton 1000 Decals purchased hats purchased Bike shirts purchased Proposal of meetings every 2 months voted down 2000 1 780 members Joseph Trujillo President Cycling has 60 ride leaders Organizing an OCSJ team for MS ride 2001 1733 members John Bauer President September 2 buses scheduled for NY cancelled due to 9 11 Attack on WTC 2 canoe trips planned per month during the Winter OCSJ MS riders raise 25 000 2002 1748 members John Bauer President since Jan 2001 Looked into alternate insurance no success Grand Mile Club started By Bill Poulson Plaque to Kathleen and Frank Pearce for efforts in organizing Annual Holiday Party Cleanup Unexpected Joe Trujillo co coordinator April 13 Long Walk 50 mile Batona Trail 250 donated to Gateway Alliance for NJ section On 13 th Trenton Thunder Baseball Game Volunteer Award Certificate from State of NJ Problem with Insurance Coverage Policy in interest of safety not list activities in wooded areas where hunting may occur

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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Leader History
    early 80s It could have been near Carranza Memorial or as Joe would say in the español of his ancestors Cah rrrahn sah in Wharton State Forest Or perhaps it was around Pakim Pond in what is now called Brendan T Byrne State Forest I m only sure that it was in the Pine Barrens with the Outdoor Club of South Jersey At the time I didn t realize that the slender man with a slightly Hispanic appearance and a bit of a Southern accent was the heart and soul of the Outdoor Club The heart because he pumped life into the club He produced the lengthy club schedule the Trekker every three months and he led outings more frequently hiking along fire cuts tubing on meandering tea colored rivers camping on sandy soil and even organizing city bus trips The soul because for Joe it was not simply a walk in the woods Another Outdoor Club leader once said that some hike the woods simply for the walk uninterested in the Pines Joe was not one of them he understood the woods Joe knew how to get from Evans Bridge to Jemima Mount without a GPS He knew Martha was not just a woman but also a Pine Barrens ghost town He knew Calico another spot in the Pines was another name for mountain laurel He humbly shared this information as a voice of the Outdoor Club and more important of the pine oak forests the Atlantic white cedar swamps the clearings and the hills such as Apple Pie and Tea Time About the pyxie flower globally rare but abundant in the Pines Joe said Isn t that a beauty About the graceful yet jumpy tundra swans of Whitesbog You hush everybody down We ease out on the cranberry bog dike and come on in the open We kind of walk really slowly so everybody can get a glimpse of them As for spring in the Pines when the carpenter frog calls and the trailing arbutus blooms that according to Joe is absolutely the best Joe spoke of the Western night sky of his childhood bursting with stars He talked of his first experience with pesky chiggers and their incredibly itchy bites while hiking with the Army in his native Southwest He talked about Edward Abbey s writing about those other pesky creatures tourists How could anyone not know Joe was the heart and soul of the Outdoor Club He wore the coolest hats carried great looking knapsacks and gripped a trusty hiking stick He looked as if he had walked right out of an L L Bean catalog but he was the real deal On that day years ago when I first encountered Joe he became a mentor to me one of a handful who taught me about hiking and the Pine Barrens What s more he taught me about life in general We were a bit of an odd couple on the surface almost 40 years apart in age one a native of the Southwest the other of Central Jersey one a retired Army sergeant major the other a pacifist But friendships don t focus on differences Joe died a year ago at the age of 89 and only weeks after leading an outing Shortly thereafter another Outdoor Club leader told me Joe was very fond of you And I loved Joe When he was around I felt safe and that is rare I last talked to Joe about a month before he died During our five minute phone conversation he said he did not look himself that the cancer was draining him I probably should have known that would be the last time I talked to him On the day Joe died I noticed a missed call on my cell phone without a voice mail The number was unfamiliar but I recognized the South Jersey area code 856 For the most part the only South Jersey people I know are Outdoor Club members I thought This isn t good Joe died After I got home to find an e mail confirming his death that morning I turned from my desk to the bookshelf behind me and pulled down Howard Boyd s Wildflowers of the Pine Barrens of New Jersey which Joe had given me Inside he had written Hope you find this guide useful and signed it Sarge as I sometimes called him I thought I would prefer that the Sarge were still around to guide me But protégés become mentors to new protégés who become mentors to newer protégés Memories of Joe and other mentors will live along with their knowledge which will be passed on That said I cannot help but imagine that an Outdoor Club hike is trying to get started in a heavenly woods Not actually starting trying to get started For there is a delay Bill Sussman argues a point about what I do not know Peggy Flanagan chatters away Chester Park who has been standing aside watching finally pulls out his ground cloth sits on it and pops a nip of beer Joseph N Trujillo the leader can t take it anymore He blows his whistle and says Come on let s get moving With that our old friends with Joe leading take off down the trail We wave goodbye saying Happy trails to you until we meet again Joseph Sapia is a member of the Outdoor Club of South Jersey who lives in Middlesex County He can be reached at Snufftin aol com If you have been involved with the OCSJ in any way in the last 23 years as I have you probably know Joe I would say from my own experience that there was never a dull time when I went on one of his hikes or bike rides He was a very high spirited person with great stories to tell I remember his infectious laugh You could not help to want to do his hikes and bikes because you know you would have fun that day I especially remember his bike and swim rides They were probably some of the best times I have had with the OCSJ We used to meet at Harrisville Pond which was way down past Chatsworth off of Rte 563 Some of you know where It seemed like forever getting there But that was just the beginning of a great day We would meet at the pond and bike down to Parkerstown which was down on the bay where we would get eaten by green head flies if you stood still to long Needless to say we did not stay still Then we would ride back to the pond in 90 heat which seemed like forever and the ride was only 25 miles And this was fun you say YOU BET As soon as we would get back to the pond in to the water we would go to cool off We would sit and joke around with each other for a bit Most had brought picnic stuff and some cooked Anyway I just wanted to let you all know one of the many fun things that we got to do with Joe One more thing that I still have is a hiking stick that he made for me years ago I don t use it much anymore but I still have it and it will be a nice reminder of him David Super SuperDave Joe and the Outdoor Club were important to me for reasons that go beyond hiking At a very difficult personal time I was able to experience companionship fun and a renewed sense of joy and wonder at what our beautiful and varied South Jersey environment has to offer Joe with his basso profundo voice his exhuberance and his leadership was instrumental in pulling me through a time of drifting and bushwacking through life and getting me back on the trail Thanks Joe for what you did for me George Galcik I had the pleasure of going on a hike with Joe at Brendan Byrne State Park back in the cooler weather Joe led the kind of trip that just plain made you happy Everyone was gathering around and chatting before the hike There were lots of friends there as it would be on a Joe Hike During the pre hike talk I looked around and took a few pictures and one of Joe talking You could see everyone listening intently as all the focus was on Joe He naturally drew people to him and the talk was just as interesting as going on the hike It was a great trip and I couldn t even count how many people showed up It was a little nippy and wet with some puddles but that wouldn t inhibit anyone from going on a Joe hike He led a good pace and I had to pay attention to my pace to keep up as I get distracted with conversation The crowd was large and naturally kept up I didn t know much history about Joe at first I would think this guy likely in his 70 s was hard to keep up with and could hike me into the ground if he wanted to Well he was certainly in better shape than I thought as he was really in his 80 s It made me think about getting in better shape and how much someone like Joe set an example of being active and keeping in good condition by enjoying the outdoors On the club board meetings I would see Joe bring in the hike information and trekkers and have a full written report as the activity chair I wondered what else he did in the club and had known that he ran the club booth here and there I found out he was not only a former president but a president for many years keeping the club going Other leaders told me that Joe was their mentor when starting out He s been with the club for 26 years Then I found out he was active in maintaining the Batona Trail and for putting together the final touches on the Trekker for printing I may never know all the things Joe has done for the club which means how much he has done for you and I It s because of people like Joe that the club continues It s an example like that which makes me think harder about any role I can perform in the club and to do more I tried to start writing instructions on how we organize and run the club holiday party I wasn t getting anywhere as I didn t have a clue I asked Joe if he would help as over time new people join in to help with the functions By the next meeting Joe had written complete instructions from end to end Joe had a wealth of knowledge about the workings of the club and his 26 years of experience was a great asset Joe had loyal friends and supporting members that always had good things to say He was a strong member on the board and very active in his recent role of activity chair I couldn t even guess at all he was doing behind the scenes but I know he was involved in many things I suggest you read some of Joe s trip reports here on the site as well You can access them off the home page right now He always had a pleasant ending to his stories like on his annual holiday hikes Everyone departed in a festive mood wishing each other Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year Also read the stories from others and talk to them about Joe and it doesn t take long to discover how many good memories Joe is leaving in people s hearts how much inspiration he provided and how much he will be missed by all Tom Neigel I met Joe in the early 70 s We had both just joined the club and Bert Nixdorf was President I don t remember the exact activity but I do remember we hiked every week even in the Summer No one owned a kayak only canoes but our main activity in the summer was Water Course exploration We walked and swam in the river which you can imagine resulted in quite a few bruises That s when the activity was switched to tubing some trips had over 100 people but the club s schedule contained only one or two activities per week Joe spent his time scouting out new trails to make hikes more interesting and varied for everyone Joe spearheaded our activity calendar which has been our clubs trademark for years His artwork love of poetry and dedication is seen in every schedule I have saved every issue since 1971 Some of the annual events enjoyed by members such as the Christmas and New Years hike the hot dog hike and the Summer Camporee were Joe s I could say so much more about my good friend I will miss him Pat Burton I have over 30 years of wonderful memories to many to put in print They would make a book Joe loved the outdoors He could make the best camp always the logistics man When he put up a fly or a dining tarp every knot and angle were perfect He always took care of the campfire He loved leading hikes and sharing his knowledge of the outdoors One of his favorite hikes was our Christmas Hike where he could reconnect with old friends He was my best friend There isn t a trail in the Pine Barrens that I can hike without remembering my dear friend Joe Chris Leader warrior friend That is what Joe Trujillo was to me Over a decade ago on one of Joe s hikes I asked why didn t the club have activities geared to single people Joe replied I don t know but why don t you start leading some And with that Joe introduced me to leading activities for the Outdoor Club He was a warrior having fought during World War II Korea and Viet Nam He never backed away from what he felt was wrong or what he saw as an injustice Many times I saw him take one issues within the club that he felt were wrong He had always encouraged me and others to do new things and very seldomly said no to a new idea for an outdoor activity His leadership will be missed You have fought a brave fight and distinguished yourself with honor and dignity and have earned your right to rest now Paul Serdiuk As newcomers to southern New Jersey and OCSJ in 1988 we quickly came to know Joe and considered him the personification of the best the Club had to offer As a leader he was highly knowledgeable of the hike areas and their history and we always knew we were in good hands We were also aware of the many hours he worked behind the scenes to make sure the Club functioned smoothly In addition chatting with him on the trail or at lunchtime made the time fly We ll personally and the Club miss a one of a kind guy Herb Roz Rosenbluth We fondly remember the happy times spent with Joe hiking and enjoying the Pine Barrens in NJ Our deep condolences to Joe s family and friends Joseph and Sharon Graham I was the Outdoor Club s Corresponding Secretary in the late 1990 s when Joe took over as its President My deep condolences to his family and friends at this sad time I definitely remember and will miss his passion for the Club from chairing the meetings to leading Moonlight hikes to working on the Beast of the East I ll bet he s already asked St Peter to submit his hikes for the Fall schedule It s got to get to the printer ya know Donna Martin Joe a true Renaissance Man I first met Joe in the mid seventies when my son and I went on a hike from Mt Holly to Smithville but my husband and I have roamed the out of doors with him regularly since 1987 In fact my husband and I met on one of Joe s bike and swim activities at Harrisville on July 25 1987 and I have always considered that our true anniversary In the following years we continued to bike hike and camp with Joe in not only such far flung places as the Canadian Rockies and Colorado but also in states much closer to home But mostly it was in our beloved Pine Barrens of NJ that we enjoyed the pleasure of his company If Joe was leading an activity it almost guaranteed that you would enjoy yourself and really have a good time because he would literally stop to smell the flowers He was also an avid history buff who could give you all kinds of background information about any area in which he led us he could recommend books for more information on those areas and would even quote related poetry Although most roads and trails and fire cuts all look alike to the average person Joe almost always knew exactly where he was and how to get to where he wanted to go He was truly amazing in that way Joe became a master of anything he enjoyed doing and a wellspring of information about anything that caught his interest He also had a very encouraging and complimentary way about him and just to be in his company made you feel good about yourself He was a real people person who never forgot anyone he would remember both you name and your story To me he was The Outdoor Club and if you had a question about

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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Link List
    Links Run Activities For Leaders Home Presidents Message FAQ Articles Trekker Non Sponsored Whoweare Membership Updates About Us Welcome to New Members Meetings Classified Ads Minutes Board Members Policies and Forms Club History Leader History Link List Bicycling Bike Schedule Coordinators Cue Sheets Ride Classes Biking Photos Bicycling Links Canoeing Canoeing Info Canoe Kayak Schedule Gages Maps More Canoe Photos Video Canoeing Links Camp Backpacking C B Schedules C B

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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Bicycling
    Biking Photos Bicycling Links Canoeing Canoeing Info Canoe Kayak Schedule Gages Maps More Canoe Photos Video Canoeing Links Camp Backpacking C B Schedules C B Photos C B Links Hiking Hike Info Hiking Schedule Meet Locations Pace Descriptions Hiking Links Hike Photos XC Skiing Skiing Info Ski Schedule New Skier Ski Photos Skiing Links Run Activities For Leaders NOTE Select the Schedule button for biking schedules Bicycling Bicycling Chair Tony Marchionne The bicycling activity includes both road cycling and off road cycling at all levels from beginner to advanced There are supervised rides all year long We have road rides of varying difficulty every Saturday Sunday and most holidays During the Spring Summer and Fall seasons there are also road rides on many weekday evenings and some mornings The wide variety of difficulties offers cyclists the opportunity to continue to improve their riding abilities An effective cycling training course is also offered several times a year to help beginner cyclists get started The shorter less challenging road rides are generally limited to the southwestern part of Burlington County Longer rides take us into other parts of Burlington County including the Pine Barrens Camden Gloucester Salem Mercer Monmouth and Atlantic Counties

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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Bike Schedule
    Descriptions Hiking Links Hike Photos XC Skiing Skiing Info Ski Schedule New Skier Ski Photos Skiing Links Run Activities For Leaders Home Presidents Message FAQ Articles Trekker Non Sponsored Whoweare Membership Updates About Us Welcome to New Members Meetings Classified Ads Minutes Board Members Policies and Forms Club History Leader History Link List Bicycling Bike Schedule Coordinators Cue Sheets Ride Classes Biking Photos Bicycling Links Canoeing Canoeing Info Canoe Kayak

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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Coordinators
    Photos C B Links Hiking Hike Info Hiking Schedule Meet Locations Pace Descriptions Hiking Links Hike Photos XC Skiing Skiing Info Ski Schedule New Skier Ski Photos Skiing Links Run Activities For Leaders Home Presidents Message FAQ Articles Trekker Non Sponsored Whoweare Membership Updates About Us Welcome to New Members Meetings Classified Ads Minutes Board Members Policies and Forms Club History Leader History Link List Bicycling Bike Schedule Coordinators Cue Sheets Ride Classes Biking Photos Bicycling Links Canoeing Canoeing Info Canoe Kayak Schedule Gages Maps More Canoe Photos Video Canoeing Links Camp Backpacking C B Schedules C B Photos C B Links Hiking Hike Info Hiking Schedule Meet Locations Pace Descriptions Hiking Links Hike Photos XC Skiing Skiing Info Ski Schedule New Skier Ski Photos Skiing Links Run Activities For Leaders Bicycle Ride Coordinators Please contact the following individuals if you have questions regarding the rides or are interested in leading a ride Ride Classification Coordinator E Mail B C Neil Kornhauser nkorn24 comcast net C D Eloise Williams ecwill2 comcast net Note Average Speed Cruising Speed Class A Above 22 MPH 22 26 MPH Class A 21 MPH 20 22 MPH Class B 19 MPH 18 20 MPH Class

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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Cue Sheets
    Classes Biking Photos Bicycling Links Canoeing Canoeing Info Canoe Kayak Schedule Gages Maps More Canoe Photos Video Canoeing Links Camp Backpacking C B Schedules C B Photos C B Links Hiking Hike Info Hiking Schedule Meet Locations Pace Descriptions Hiking Links Hike Photos XC Skiing Skiing Info Ski Schedule New Skier Ski Photos Skiing Links Run Activities For Leaders Cycling Cue Sheets These PDF Cue sheets provide the mileage in total and point to point including turns for the routes specified Laurel Acres Cue Sheets Document Library Name Description BIKE Cue LAUREL ACRESMAX S BIKE Cue LAUREL ACRESMAX S LAUREL ACRES HS TO RED LION LAUREL ACRES HS TO RED LION LAUREL ACRES PARK TO BORDENTOWN 51 LAUREL ACRES PARK TO BORDENTOWN 51 LAUREL ACRES TO ANAPAS LAUREL ACRES TO ANAPAS LAUREL ACRES TO BURLINGTON COLOMBUS INDIAN MILLS LAUREL ACRES TO BURLINGTON COLOMBUS INDIAN MILLS LAUREL ACRES TO CRANBURY LAUREL ACRES TO CRANBURY LAUREL ACRES TO NIXO1 LAUREL ACRES TO NIXO1 LAUREL ACRES TO SMITHVILLE VIA FOUNTAIN LAUREL ACRES TO SMITHVILLE VIA FOUNTAIN Lenape High School Cue Sheets Document Library Name Description LENAPE HS TO ANAPAS LENAPE HS TO ANAPAS LENAPE HS TO BROWNS MILL1 LENAPE HS TO BROWNS MILL1

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  • South Jersey Club, Outdoor Club of South Jersey Ride Classes
    Meetings Classified Ads Minutes Board Members Policies and Forms Club History Leader History Link List Bicycling Bike Schedule Coordinators Cue Sheets Ride Classes Biking Photos Bicycling Links Canoeing Canoeing Info Canoe Kayak Schedule Gages Maps More Canoe Photos Video Canoeing Links Camp Backpacking C B Schedules C B Photos C B Links Hiking Hike Info Hiking Schedule Meet Locations Pace Descriptions Hiking Links Hike Photos XC Skiing Skiing Info Ski Schedule New Skier Ski Photos Skiing Links Run Activities For Leaders Average Speed Cruising Speed CLASS A above 22 mph 22 to 26 mph For very experienced and seasoned riders No obligation to wait for stragglers or breakdowns as long as cue sheets or directions are provided Be prepared for longer distances Rotating pacelines likely CLASS A 21 mph 20 to 22 Similar to A CLASS B 19 mph 18 to 20 For the above average rider Should be capable of riding long distances with some stops No obligation to wait for stragglers or breakdowns as long as cue sheets or directions are provided CLASS B 17mph 16 to 18 mph Similar to B CLASS C 15 mph 14 to 16 mph For the average rider Rest stops about every

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