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    ViDEO: Superior Hiking Trail PART 2...Leveaux Mt. to Cross River

    I just hate it when work gets in the way of life, but I do like to eat and buy hammock stuff. :-). Really enjoyed these last two trips you posted. I will be looking forward to your fall trips.

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    Hello Mr Shug!

    Loved the whistling you did, in part one, while walking on those wooden boardwalks! I canít think of the old war movie that reminded me of, River too Far, or something.

    Plenty of water flowing... Iíve got my big speakers plugged in at the moment and I can feel the thundering water. Iíve developed a liking to walking and hanging in the rain Ė itís a different kind of challenge, like snow hiking would be, I was thinking.

    60 leaches! I donít like leaches very much. I got one in my upper arm, about 2 months ago and itís still causing me some problems. I want one of them there squirrels, theyíre great Ė post one over to me. I hope your busy work session goes well! You were standing a little too close to the edge of that cliff. If you fell off, youíd break another camera. LOL-hurry up and eat your lunch!

    Well, itís a bit sad, no more hiking videos from you for a while! You know the old saying... The show must go on. Thanks for taking the time to make the videos, I always enjoy watching them!

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    Had part 1 and 2 with my morning coffee. Oh, it tasted great. And on your recommendation I have ordered some Packit Gourmet dinners.
    Now I only have to get out and taste the the wonders of life.
    Blaze.

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    Wooo buddy! Another excellent video. A great send-off for the season. Looks like you needed a canoe out there on the trail it was so soggy. Glad you had fun though

    Have fun on the road, Shug. I look forward to your fall installments.
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    I just discovered Carnation Coffee Crisp flavoured hot chocolate and I thought of you, being a fellow Coffee Crisper. Shudda knowed you'd already tried it, though, lol.

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    The danish
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    I'm sure the neighbors thought there was a murder going on, I laughed so hard.

    Thanks for the video and have a great season!
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    Love the scenery

    That's a great section of the SHT, love it. Looks like you were there at a great time with the rivers running like that. Those trails can really get wet - done spring hikes where the hills were like mini-waterfalls.

    Really liked those last two vids, I think because there was so much scenery footage. Like the low-to-the-ground shots.

    Best regards from Az.

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    loved the video......you got some good hiking in the back yard....come to Texas and I will take you to " Enchanted Rock " it is near Austin in the Hill country along the Gaudalupe River........

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    Great relaxing hike, rain can be a very calming thing at times.

    It forces you to relax and enjoy the surroundings

    Love them danish
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLazy View Post
    I just hate it when work gets in the way of life, but I do like to eat and buy hammock stuff. :-). Really enjoyed these last two trips you posted. I will be looking forward to your fall trips.
    For me life gets in the way of work! Thankee for watching.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruciehi5 View Post
    Hello Mr Shug!

    Loved the whistling you did, in part one, while walking on those wooden boardwalks! I canít think of the old war movie that reminded me of, River too Far, or something.

    Plenty of water flowing... Iíve got my big speakers plugged in at the moment and I can feel the thundering water. Iíve developed a liking to walking and hanging in the rain Ė itís a different kind of challenge, like snow hiking would be, I was thinking.

    60 leaches! I donít like leaches very much. I got one in my upper arm, about 2 months ago and itís still causing me some problems. I want one of them there squirrels, theyíre great Ė post one over to me. I hope your busy work session goes well! You were standing a little too close to the edge of that cliff. If you fell off, youíd break another camera. LOL-hurry up and eat your lunch!

    Well, itís a bit sad, no more hiking videos from you for a while! You know the old saying... The show must go on. Thanks for taking the time to make the videos, I always enjoy watching them!
    I had to whistle The Bridge over the River Kwai. Lots of rain here of late so the rivers were in full Glory. I would have been screaming if leaches...they were ticks. Not as creepy as leaches.
    I do like a cliff edge))))

    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    Had part 1 and 2 with my morning coffee. Oh, it tasted great. And on your recommendation I have ordered some Packit Gourmet dinners.
    Now I only have to get out and taste the the wonders of life.
    Blaze.
    I do hope you like the meals. I find them very good. Very good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Latitude918 View Post
    Wooo buddy! Another excellent video. A great send-off for the season. Looks like you needed a canoe out there on the trail it was so soggy. Glad you had fun though

    Have fun on the road, Shug. I look forward to your fall installments.
    Soggy for sure but a lot of fun!

    Quote Originally Posted by gronk View Post
    I just discovered Carnation Coffee Crisp flavoured hot chocolate and I thought of you, being a fellow Coffee Crisper. Shudda knowed you'd already tried it, though, lol.
    I gotta get more now. It is hard to find. I got my daughter on it!

    Quote Originally Posted by E.A.Y. View Post
    The danish
    a ha ha ho
    snort
    HOWL
    th..th..th..da..da..da..da..ni oh ha ha ha HA

    sniff

    I'm sure the neighbors thought there was a murder going on, I laughed so hard.

    Thanks for the video and have a great season!
    Great comment....made me laugh)))))) I did almost choke on that danish. Gooey!

    Quote Originally Posted by kwpapke View Post
    That's a great section of the SHT, love it. Looks like you were there at a great time with the rivers running like that. Those trails can really get wet - done spring hikes where the hills were like mini-waterfalls.

    Really liked those last two vids, I think because there was so much scenery footage. Like the low-to-the-ground shots.

    Best regards from Az.

    --Kurt
    True true true. Been wanting to just film more of the woods....especially now that I know folks will watch it. Always thought that would bore folks. They are my favorite parts to watch when I edit. Serene. The low-shots are fun to do and it gives some good trail POV. Thanks Kurt. The woods here miss you.

    Quote Originally Posted by hikehunter View Post
    loved the video......you got some good hiking in the back yard....come to Texas and I will take you to " Enchanted Rock " it is near Austin in the Hill country along the Gaudalupe River........
    I would have to hike in TX in winter...not sure I could take the heat!!!!!! Thankee.

    Quote Originally Posted by TZBrown View Post
    Great relaxing hike, rain can be a very calming thing at times.

    It forces you to relax and enjoy the surroundings

    Love them danish
    It was fun to embrace a lot of rain. As you know...there is some discipline involved to keep gear dry and maintain.
    Whooooo Buddy)))) All Good in the Backwood Hood.

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