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    Another great one. Glad you folks were having fun. Thanks!

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    Wow. Nice scenery on the SHT. Great tip to bring an extra pair of glasses for us 4 eye users.

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    Loved it! Part II is even more entertaining than Part I! I liked the light on the back adaptation - we used to put reflective tape strips on the back of our packs or helmets so the guy behind could follow.

    The lake looks pretty impressive! I would have to own a boat if I lived there!

    Thanks for taking us all along again, guys!

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    Always enjoy your journeys and gotta agree with Cranky Bear it sure is great having a hiking buddy but agree with ya to Shug over 4 gets to become a bit tricky. Looking forward to part three.
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    good segment. The flashing light is a good idea. here's a suggestion for WF's glasses.Shoulder strap pocket.
    http://www.mountainlaureldesigns.com...products_id=71

    thanks Shug
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    That was some mighty fine looking loft you had on that under quilt, oh yes in deedly! Love JRB quilts! Yes, no big words! lol Sticky tape is great stuff. Well, that video sure was a great way to start the day, hopefully I get to start tomorrow the same way! I really enjoyed part one, and I really, really enjoyed part two! Thank you for the morning glory!

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    That looked good.

    A lot of times I used a flashing light for students to follow me on a first night dive. Works wonders if people are occupied with other things AND have to keep track. Good choice!

    Duct tape...what did we do before that?

    @ WF: good to see (no pun intended) you out there and enjoying mate. I guess a lot of people are kinda jealous for your hiking buddy. Good karma came to you I reckon.

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    Thanks for sharing your hikes, Shug. The opening shots are amazing! I ducked on that last wave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latitude918 View Post
    Another great video Shug. I'd much rather be out in the piney woods with you than sitting here in my office. Keep the videos coming
    Is it a piney office?
    Thankee.

    Quote Originally Posted by nothermark View Post
    Another great one. Glad you folks were having fun. Thanks!
    For sure some good time fun. Y'elcome and thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sactravel View Post
    Wow. Nice scenery on the SHT. Great tip to bring an extra pair of glasses for us 4 eye users.
    It is so nice up there. Yeah....he learned a good lesson.

    Quote Originally Posted by SkyPainter View Post
    Loved it! Part II is even more entertaining than Part I! I liked the light on the back adaptation - we used to put reflective tape strips on the back of our packs or helmets so the guy behind could follow.

    The lake looks pretty impressive! I would have to own a boat if I lived there!

    Thanks for taking us all along again, guys!

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    Thanks. Just a hike...not on patrol.....
    The Lake was showing off that day for sure.

    Quote Originally Posted by lazy river road View Post
    Always enjoy your journeys and gotta agree with Cranky Bear it sure is great having a hiking buddy but agree with ya to Shug over 4 gets to become a bit tricky. Looking forward to part three.
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    He is an old friend and glad he got into hammock backpacking. Lotta laughs out there. And farts.

    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    good segment. The flashing light is a good idea. here's a suggestion for WF's glasses.Shoulder strap pocket.
    http://www.mountainlaureldesigns.com...products_id=71

    thanks Shug
    It sure helped him trail me.......thanks for the link.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruciehi5 View Post
    That was some mighty fine looking loft you had on that under quilt, oh yes in deedly! Love JRB quilts! Yes, no big words! lol Sticky tape is great stuff. Well, that video sure was a great way to start the day, hopefully I get to start tomorrow the same way! I really enjoyed part one, and I really, really enjoyed part two! Thank you for the morning glory!
    It lofted hugely. Truly. Much thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by born2roam View Post
    That looked good.

    A lot of times I used a flashing light for students to follow me on a first night dive. Works wonders if people are occupied with other things AND have to keep track. Good choice!

    Duct tape...what did we do before that?

    @ WF: good to see (no pun intended) you out there and enjoying mate. I guess a lot of people are kinda jealous for your hiking buddy. Good karma came to you I reckon.

    Grtz Johan
    Duct tape saved us.......
    We sure have some good chuckles out there.

    Quote Originally Posted by pixelgator View Post
    Thanks for sharing your hikes, Shug. The opening shots are amazing! I ducked on that last wave.
    Too funny. I got wet filming. Powerful......
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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    Sweet Vid Shug. laughs and farts....thats really what backpacking is all about.

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