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    Excellent once again Mr Shug

    Gonna watch it again right now

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    Very nice Shugman.

    You should make friends with a fireman. We are available during the week days also.

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    Ursack

    I see you've switched to the Ursack from bear hanging. Those things last forever -- I'm still using the same one I carried on our hikes together. The ziplock liners don't seem to hold up well though, I've had to replace those every dozen or so nights out.

    I still carry my food in them here in Arizona. Not many bears down here, though there are a few in the mountains. Use it mostly to protect the food against rodents. Here's what a varmint did to my smartwool shirt a few weeks ago in the Superstition Mtns:



    I think it was going for the salt from my sweat, and maybe for nesting material.

    Good to see ya back on the Norwegian Riviera!

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    Excellent video as usual. I wish I could have made it. Sure does look different up there in the winter. Good choice on staying at site 12. Site 13 would have been a bit more work getting to with the pulk. If I remember right there's a narrow little bridge you have to cross. Probably have to find another way to it.

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    My wife and I were planning on making a trip there this summer. The scenery looks amazing. I really enjoyed your video and look forward to part 2. Thanks for sharing Shug!

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    Well Sir Shug ... another fine video stomp in the piney woods! Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to Part Two!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    I'll have all my gear in the next couple weeks and I make my own schedule. So, next time you go and want some company, I'm there. Hai, watashi no nihongo wa heta des. Great video and looking forward to part 2.

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    That was fun! I like hikin w/ you... while I sit here in my chair
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Love it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwpapke View Post
    I see you've switched to the Ursack from bear hanging. Those things last forever -- I'm still using the same one I carried on our hikes together. The ziplock liners don't seem to hold up well though, I've had to replace those every dozen or so nights out.

    I still carry my food in them here in Arizona. Not many bears down here, though there are a few in the mountains. Use it mostly to protect the food against rodents. Here's what a varmint did to my smartwool shirt a few weeks ago in the Superstition Mtns:



    I think it was going for the salt from my sweat, and maybe for nesting material.

    Good to see ya back on the Norwegian Riviera!

    --Kurt
    Taking food is one thing but eatin your smartwool is just cruel
    " The mind creates the abyss, the heart crosses it."

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