Out on the Chuckanut Moutain range for 2 days. Stayed the night at Lily Lake and hiked up to Oyster Dome. Rain, snow, wind, fishing and great views... what else could you ask for..
Your set ups really show the advantages of hammocks on uneven ground. How long did the batteries in your socks last? Thanks for the video.
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Another fun video,,,like the intro,,,,,nice that you have some trails open,,,for now(-;
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Thanks for sharing the videos. That is some beautiful country for sure. I really like the view from Oyster Dome.
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Great vid, per usual! You guys know how to do it up!
And, man do I NEED to visit that spot some time. Wowzers.
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The Battery Sock thing was a bust... The socks are thinner than the ones he had on and after hiking up to Oyster Dome Kane said his feet didn't feel any warmer.. A hand warmer in the boot is still a better idea in my book..
I'm glad everyone enjoyed the vid..
And thanks for watching..
Thanks for the Videos Again Great Job!