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    Talking Klickitat River

    Well I hiked up into the hills above the Klickitat River and had a great and adventures hang..... and a little scary also......... I had a wolf come up to my hammock while I slept .... It woke me up with it's grows..... It was a learning experience.....
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    Re: Klickitat River

    Looks beautiful... Sorry/congrats about the wolf...
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    That's crazy that a wolf would approach a human like that. Glad to hear you okay. Looks like a great trip. Thank you for sharing.

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    Reminds me of the E. WA hang. Looks like a cool river to kayak too!

    Big bad wolf...Wolf burrito?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brute1100 View Post
    Sorry/congrats about the wolf...
    These were my exact thoughts. Haha. It would have scare the heck out of me too, but how wonderful to have such close contact. Maybe a bit too close though.
    ...To wander on in a huge forest without thought of return...

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    Wolf! Thats cool in a scary way. Glad you are all right and had a good time. Thanks for the great pictures.
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    Talking Kayak

    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Reminds me of the E. WA hang. Looks like a cool river to kayak too!

    Big bad wolf...Wolf burrito?

    Yes, very good kayaking river..... I have done alot of kayaking here.

    And yes I thought the same a big burrito for the wolf...... I think it was confused on what a hammock was and with my tadpole covering me it just must of kind of spooked it...

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    Huh... wonder if it's the wolf pack from our 'hood coming down south now. They do roam quite a bit.

    We go through Satus periodically on trips to Van. and I love the look of those oak woods, but too nervous about poison oak to really explore the area. I'm apparently stupid-allergic to it.

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    Great looking photos. Least the wolf did not Nibble. This time!

    Wolf never seen a Hammock, had to go check it out.. then report back to the others. ON how to best feast on this new food source.

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    Klickitat River

    Beautiful scenery! What? No pics of the wolf?
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