OK thanks, it just looked like a great idea. Glad you had so much fun.
i gotta say there shug i really appreciate you documenting this for future generations of hangers....you know someday it'll be said---- THERE ONCE WAS A GROUP OF THESE FELLERS THAT WENT INTO THE FROZEN NORTH AND................
It's not the boulders that throw us off balance, it's the pebbles beneath our feet
Can't wait to go home and watch the video, your adventures are the best Shug!
I found your video this morning and had time to watch the first 4 or 5 minutes. I then spent the day laughing to myself about the part of the video where TZBrown is trying to tell us about his set up and you fell over backwards. “SHUG’S DOWN!” You call out, as a foot pops up in the air. Rather than get back up, you lay there making a snow angle. “I’m making a snow angle!” you say.
Thanks for the day full of laughs, Mr Shug! Oh, and if you make another Shug highlight real, that MUST be on it.
There was no distracting TZBrown, he just kept on telling us about his set up. lol
Love the way the big top puffs up. Pretty comfy looking set up you all had under the big top too. That igloo is so extra very cool, probably because it’s make out of ice, but it’s pretty good too! I’m hoping to see more of it in part two.
Your camera has really good sound, I say that with a curtain degree of jealousy.
Thanks for part 1... on to part 2!
i will say it too awesome trip,and awesome video.had an icy good time.
diyin to hang
Yes awesome, that's the word I think of too. Snowy, smokey, satisfying awesomeness. Well that and n*%###k!
Thanks for sharing all the fun and friendship you enjoyed on the adventure!! Looks like all had great fun!! Makes me want to look good and hard at getting my set-up rigged for cold temperatures and maybe giving it a go in the snow sometimes!!
Quick question for you Shug-man, I can't remember where I heard it, but you changed your pulk rig to using shoulder straps instead of a waist belt. Any comments on pro's or con's of each and what you prefer?
Thanks again for sharing your memories!!
The parachute looked like a giant Black Rock down hat when it was filled with hot air. Thanks again (I already thanked you once from my uTube account)
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