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    Great pictures!
    Looks like you had a really enjoyable first trip with your hammocks.
    Beautiful scenery.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Looked like an absolute blast!
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    Awesome shots, the white water looks like a challenging paddle! Thanks for sharing.
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    Well done. Thanks for the copious pictures.

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    Stunning pics, thanks for sharing

    Is that a VW Jetta ?

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    +1 on Pics and report
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    looks like cool country! (was that a ski resort I saw off to the right?)
    and you can hike in the preserve, but not camp there?
    fun times! thanks for sharing.KM

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shewie View Post
    Stunning pics, thanks for sharing

    Is that a VW Jetta ?
    Certainly is 370,000Km and still goin strong. I love my little diesel. She just got me across the country to BC and back this winter.

    Quote Originally Posted by KerMegan View Post
    looks like cool country! (was that a ski resort I saw off to the right?)
    and you can hike in the preserve, but not camp there?
    fun times! thanks for sharing.KM
    Yeah that's our local ski resort, it's not very big, but it beats Saskatchewan... We just hit up a nice close spot.


    I'm not too sure what's going on with that provincial park thing... There is a protected area that runs down the sides of that river, but it's never been a no camping zone in that area. That sign is new this year. I've been camping at the site behind it for almost 20 years. They have sections higher up the river that are protected as spawning grounds, but again, you can hike, just no camping or motorized vehicles.


    I also have a decently clipped video that I attempted to upload to Youtube twice, I might have to try again tonight.


    Spent the weekend in my hammock again, in the forest immediately behind my house. No real adventure to be had, but it was comfy and enjoyable.

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