Yep....it is some work and even more-so in those temps around freezing.
Mighty fine briefing.
What a great snow field.
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cool video, like the pulk cam. I'm concerned that a wet foot aborted the trip. All it should take to stay out of trouble is a couple of pairs of dry socks and some kind of towel.
I had a good work-out. I got out of shape again, but the snowshoes should fix that. I had a good time all things considered. My boot is dry and legs are not sore anymore. Also the next day was beautiful here, but at least we got some bad weather experience.
The wind/snow was causing it to be hard to see..
I don't see why you concerned?
He filled his boot with water, Could we have manage to get it dry and just change socks, Yes. But to do that properly we would have wanted a fire.
It was getting colder and with the wind the way it was making a fire would have been some work. We had a good time and opted to play it safe and call it a trip. Especially since we have another one planned in two weeks.
SO yes we could have done it and survived. But basically we didn't really feel it was going to be very enjoyable to stay. So why not go have a beer in a warm place!
Excellent trip report, guys!!!
Love the pull cam and the pulk looks like it performed really well.
I'm totally Jones'in for the OR Winter hang.
Can't wait to see everybuggy!!!
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