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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Oh yeah....so glad we did.
    That Underwood is a fine snack....in the woods at least.
    The olives hold up for days as does the Reggiano cheese. My wife picked up those olives from the Fancy Store....bright green. I'll try to find out the name.
    A fine and cultured nosh for lunch.
    It is funny how some foods just go so well when in the woods but no so much at home
    I am sure your wife has good taste when picking out the olives. If it is a Fancy Store it might be from the trays of olives in the deli section. I go past that section and
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    Great campsite . Glad the trip is turning out so well.

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    Another good one. Making me drool!
    YMMV

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    Glorious! I've been searching for a campsite like that for a while. Found a couple with creek/stream/river views but nothing with a grand view of a lake. Definitely the right call to stay there for the day & night.

    Thanks Shug.

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    Another cool video - Looks like a wonderful time! What a gorgeous campsite - I'd give anything to have a spot like that in my neck-o-the-woods!

    And hey, loved the "mouse cam" starting around 1:00.

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    Another great one maestro!

    Loved the lake shot at 5:16'ish and the shadow wave shot!

    You are having an "adult" pasta meal there.... mmmm... tasty....

    Cairns.... thanks for filling up that gap in my language... wondering if that is the origin of the name of Cairns from Bruci's land too?

    Enjoyed watching it and it is added to my Shug trip report playlist... Always good for reruns.... Thanks for the hike along...

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    all secure in sector 7 Shug's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ewker View Post
    It is funny how some foods just go so well when in the woods but no so much at home
    I am sure your wife has good taste when picking out the olives. If it is a Fancy Store it might be from the trays of olives in the deli section. I go past that section and
    I do know that they are French olives.....

    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    Great campsite . Glad the trip is turning out so well.

    bill
    Oh so well. It get even better believe it or not.

    Quote Originally Posted by nothermark View Post
    Another good one. Making me drool!
    The food or the view? Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Runner968 View Post
    Glorious! I've been searching for a campsite like that for a while. Found a couple with creek/stream/river views but nothing with a grand view of a lake. Definitely the right call to stay there for the day & night.

    Thanks Shug.
    Reall, really glad we did stay. Looking back it would have been a big mistake not to.

    Quote Originally Posted by Klaussinator View Post
    Another cool video - Looks like a wonderful time! What a gorgeous campsite - I'd give anything to have a spot like that in my neck-o-the-woods!

    And hey, loved the "mouse cam" starting around 1:00.

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    Quote Originally Posted by born2roam View Post
    Another great one maestro!

    Loved the lake shot at 5:16'ish and the shadow wave shot!

    You are having an "adult" pasta meal there.... mmmm... tasty....

    Cairns.... thanks for filling up that gap in my language... wondering if that is the origin of the name of Cairns from Bruci's land too?

    Enjoyed watching it and it is added to my Shug trip report playlist... Always good for reruns.... Thanks for the hike along...

    Grtz Johan
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    oh Where is part three!?
    The suspense is killing me so much foreshadowing.

    Is some one going to slip in bear poop and injure themselves?

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    Or maybe you got attacked by a band of guerrillas and your only defense was a duct tape sling shoot and bear/wolf poop!
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    Re: ViDEO: Snowbank Lake Loop PART 2 BWCA

    Is this a 2-parter or 3? Gona have me a mini shugathon. So if there is gona be 3 parts I'm waiting. Looking forward to it though

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    Very nice. Next best thing to being on the trail is enjoying it via video. Thank you for taking the time to do this. Quick couple of questions, 1) how much footage do you shoot and then edit out (rough estimate) and 2) how much of a "slow down" is shooting video when hiking? (All the walk by shots, getting the gear out and the like).

    Reason I ask is, I am feeling inspired to give it a go to be able to share video and don't want to under estimate the time or effort.

    Thanks,
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