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    That snow sure is fun and quiet, eh? 25oz = terrific warmth. No fooling around in winter. Liking that hybrid idea on the TQ!! A golden beauty...... genius on the shock cord.
    Off to watch part 2......
    OK .... dang good stuff there!
    Really stunning area! 2º ...... be proud!!!!! Ya'll are ready for some Minnesota cold. C'mon up ....bring BBQ.
    I swear by wrist warmers and keeping that neck warm as well. Gaiters are too a must in deeper snow... nothing worse than snow in the boot. Maybe a snake is worse!
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    Ya'll are ready for some Minnesota cold. C'mon up ....bring BBQ.
    If I make it to Minnesota I will definitely bring some BBQ

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    Thanks for the armchair ride to the cold and snowy woods and for taking the time to articulate what worked. Loved the many uses of your diy buff, especially the beanie. My neck's always cold - I'm gonna make me one.

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    Awesome... can't wait till I get the old refund to contribute to Leigh's bank account!
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    Is there a website for Leigh's quilts? I'd like to see more info.

    Great trip report! Thanks for sharing.
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    Fantastic trip report!! I love breakin' trail like that... and with good company, too!
    Thanks for all the info on your gear. Good details there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gates View Post
    Thanks for the armchair ride to the cold and snowy woods and for taking the time to articulate what worked. Loved the many uses of your diy buff, especially the beanie. My neck's always cold - I'm gonna make me one.
    That was the best addition to my pack. Multi use is always good. The material I used was under armour type that worked really well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peg-Leg View Post
    Is there a website for Leigh's quilts? I'd like to see more info.

    Great trip report! Thanks for sharing.
    No web site yet. She stays busy now, I am afraid she would get over run if she had one.

    Quote Originally Posted by creativeKayt View Post
    Fantastic trip report!! I love breakin' trail like that... and with good company, too!
    Thanks for all the info on your gear. Good details there.

    Thanks, I have been keeping up with your project videos. The last one was great on making the binding

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    Great report and videos. Really enjoyed them. That top quilt is a pretty cool piece of kit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bombadil View Post
    Awesome... can't wait till I get the old refund to contribute to Leigh's bank account!
    I'm right in line with you. Looks like you guys had a blast out there. Makes me even more ready to get out this coming weekend. Watching someone else outside has a way of doing that to me.
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    Really enjoyed your video's.
    Putting the water bottle in the snow to keep it from freezing is a tip I sure want to try.
    You sure have some beautiful country to hike in. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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