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    Having just got an OHM this was a really helpful video thanks a bunch for all the insight into your pack. And as always that was some fine picking. Thanks for sharing looking forward to part two.
    Sometimes I like to hike and think, And sometimes I just like to hike.

    Hiking is'ent about waiting for the storm to pass its about learning to hike in the rain.

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    super video Shug! the "spinny" part was disorienting but i didn't fall down.
    very concise, all, multifunctional and covering diverse range.
    thanks for all your informative and entertaining videos.
    i will be mentally replaying this vid. many times today, while i'm at work.
    the only thing that will bug me all day is: are those siskiyous your wearing?

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    a very fine way to start a Saturday morning!
    We share a lot of philosophy r.e. packing when its cool. To wit, Stay Warm and Dry!!!! My pack load goes together a lot like yours. I use a large dry bag liner rather than trash compactor following an incident where a trash bag I was using got got a tear on the bottom . But the principle is the same---protect your insulation! Logical packing---what's needed for hanging in one place, what's needed for warmth on the trail in a dedicated stuff sack, what's needed for camp and bed...in another stuff sack...all looks very familar! And the philosophy of "I'll carry an extra bit of insulated clothing, for insurance against more cold than expected". I'm all over that one too.

    Stay warm and dry out there in Sector Seven and beyond!
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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidewinder View Post
    As usual, I always learn from you. Great music too!

    ~S~
    Right good! Appreciate you watchin'

    Quote Originally Posted by Cogola View Post
    Another great video. Looking forward to the second part. Hopefully there will be more music from you and your Irish friends. I just love Irish music.
    I will tag the end with some tunes.....
    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk-eye View Post
    Well sir that was a right good bit of information. Helpful and informative in the best Shugrow fashion! Thanks for sharing that bit of Kelsey and Timmy ... and the other guy ... I love that song!
    Fun to be hanging with youth....

    Quote Originally Posted by Running Feather View Post
    Thanks Shug.

    Great informative vid. Music, stellar as always

    It was nice to see it all laid out before being stuffed into the ULA pack
    I thought that would be of interest to the interested.....
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by stairguy View Post
    Are you sure you can say "c**m" on the forum?
    I will know soonest!

    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    As always, very inspiring.
    But tell my, what brand is your watch/thermometer/compass?
    Research has led my to believe that it could be a Highgear Traildrop Digital Compass- Thermometer & Watch. https://secure.peak62.com/search/cat...itemno/101699/
    Thanks for sharing with us.
    It is a Highgear. or a Coughlans....it does not say on it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Floridahanger View Post
    That there is a fine piece of work laying all out like that. I Thankee for your taking me on a trip around your pak. Next time I'll try to put it back for ya.
    At work and saw only the intro and layout. Will watch the rest later but just wanted to say thanks for your devotion and helping us all.
    I do thankee.

    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydave View Post
    Thanks for the education and entertainment...... you gotz skilz
    Whoooo Buddy)))))

    Quote Originally Posted by Poppabear View Post
    Watching a new Shug video with a cup of hot coffee in hand. There is no finer way to start of a Saturday morning. Thanks for the very informative peek into your pack. Listening to the music at the end immediately brought images of the green grassy hills of the rugged North Antrim coast. Where I spent a week this past summer in the wee town of Balintoy.
    It is a tune called Jerusalem Ridge by Bill Monroe. About a ridge in Kentucky near his home. We are playing it a bit slower to fit an aerial contortion piece.

    Quote Originally Posted by Brewguy View Post
    Shug great video as always. What pants will you where while hiking?

    The music you play is amazing, where can I get it? Do you guys have cd's or mp3 files or anything?
    Sometimes rainpants. But on my last trip it was some nylon pants.

    Quote Originally Posted by SoundMan View Post
    Being a East Tennessee hillbilly with Irish roots....the music section at the end spoke to me. A family that jams together- Excellent.
    And the hiking stuff was cool to!
    That mades my morning. Hillbilly approved......nothing better!

    Quote Originally Posted by Les Rust View Post
    Like Poppabear I loved waking up to a good cup of coffee and a new Shug video. thanks for sharing your setup with us. +1 on the trash compactor bags--I've got one that's been in my pack for several years now; they last forever. I didn't know that when I bought a box of 44! I guess I'm set for life. Thanks again, Shug.
    Haaaa...I have some for life as well!

    Quote Originally Posted by WV View Post
    Absolutely one of your best vids, Shug. Thanks.
    Well thankee WV!

    Quote Originally Posted by beep View Post
    Great job...good tutorial with a light touch! Thanks, Shug!
    No heavy hand from me....to much like work))))
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazy river road View Post
    Having just got an OHM this was a really helpful video thanks a bunch for all the insight into your pack. And as always that was some fine picking. Thanks for sharing looking forward to part two.
    The OHM will hold a great deal of stuff. Surprises folks I dare-say.

    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    super video Shug! the "spinny" part was disorienting but i didn't fall down.
    very concise, all, multifunctional and covering diverse range.
    thanks for all your informative and entertaining videos.
    i will be mentally replaying this vid. many times today, while i'm at work.
    the only thing that will bug me all day is: are those siskiyous your wearing?
    I do cause vertigo.
    Siskiyous?????? Maybe.....

    Quote Originally Posted by GrizzlyAdams View Post
    a very fine way to start a Saturday morning!
    We share a lot of philosophy r.e. packing when its cool. To wit, Stay Warm and Dry!!!! My pack load goes together a lot like yours. I use a large dry bag liner rather than trash compactor following an incident where a trash bag I was using got got a tear on the bottom . But the principle is the same---protect your insulation! Logical packing---what's needed for hanging in one place, what's needed for warmth on the trail in a dedicated stuff sack, what's needed for camp and bed...in another stuff sack...all looks very familar! And the philosophy of "I'll carry an extra bit of insulated clothing, for insurance against more cold than expected". I'm all over that one too.

    Stay warm and dry out there in Sector Seven and beyond!
    Learned from many a trip and many a read on all things backpacking. More than likely similar to lots of veterans pack loads.
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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    ur boots?

    Siskiyous?????? ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    ur boots?

    Siskiyous?????? ..
    Those are my backyard Keens........no trail for them anymore.
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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    thanks Shug. Better video than watching cartoons on a Saturday morning
    (might be dating myself there).

    Loved seeing the actually stuffing of everything and the why's of what goes in which bag.

    Need message Dutch for my own cuben bag.

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    Is excellent video. Make big trouble for Moose and Squirrel.
    "If you play a Nicleback song backwards, you'll hear messages from the devil. Even worse, if you play it forward, you'll hear Nickleback." - Dave Grohl

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