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    Cool video. Brings back a lot of good memories of my 7 day trip on the SHT 2 months ago. I love that trail. Definitely looks like you were having a great time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgmyrs View Post
    Cool video. Brings back a lot of good memories of my 7 day trip on the SHT 2 months ago. I love that trail. Definitely looks like you were having a great time.
    What section did you backpack? It is a really good trail and I drive up as much as possible to pack and hang.
    Glad it set off memories!
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    This year I hiked north from Little Marais to Cascade River state park. This section, surprisingly enough, had almost no views of the lake until the last 15 miles. Two years ago, I went south from Little Marais to Gooseberry Falls, which had constant views of the lake. So I have covered a good deal of the southern half of the trail. I hope to hit the remaining sections in the next year or so, and through hike it some day. The trail has everything you could ask for: Beautiful scenery, variety, plenty of trees to hang from, and an actual throne in the woods at each campsite along the trail

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    Just watched it again... Shug, you should be some kind of entertainer or something<G>. Great job!!!
    BTW, which Olympus Stylus camera were you using? I have the 720SW.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgmyrs View Post
    This year I hiked north from Little Marais to Cascade River state park. This section, surprisingly enough, had almost no views of the lake until the last 15 miles. Two years ago, I went south from Little Marais to Gooseberry Falls, which had constant views of the lake. So I have covered a good deal of the southern half of the trail. I hope to hit the remaining sections in the next year or so, and through hike it some day. The trail has everything you could ask for: Beautiful scenery, variety, plenty of trees to hang from, and an actual throne in the woods at each campsite along the trail
    I love that hike from LM to Grand Marais ..... even the snowmobile trail just before GM. For me the lake views aren't so important, I love being in the trees. It's a childhood thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    Just watched it again... Shug, you should be some kind of entertainer or something<G>. Great job!!!
    BTW, which Olympus Stylus camera were you using? I have the 720SW.
    It is the Stylus 850 SW. I really love it and a buddy gave it to me so that I could record trips. Man .... I got some terrific friends. Lucky am I.
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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    Ok Shug. You've set the bar pretty high on your first video here. I was half expecting you to do a Survivorman type thing and catch and eat a bug or something.

    Thanks for taking us along with you!


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    Thumbs up

    Nice Job!! I truly enjoyed watching a fellow having fun and sharing it with us..

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    Well, Shug, thanks for taking a huge steaming crap on every trip report that's come before you. Seriously, excellent trip report. Cool plugs for ULA and HF, etc. Whod'a thunk to do a video? Besides you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by angrysparrow View Post
    Excellent!! Thanks so much for sharing...

    This might be HF's first video trip report..
    That was excellent Shug.
    I believe Turk was the first...
    Remember his video of his **** cold hangin in a hammock hut somewhere?
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    well done video...shug....enjoyed it.

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