Hope you enjoy it.
Hope you enjoy it.
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Awesome stuff mule, the place looks great!
that helps now i know what i am looking for
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What a nice, peaceful spot! Great trick showing how to measure up a dead tree. I'm sure a lot of folks will be using that helpful hint now.
Thanks for sharing!!!
Good to see you out Mule....did you some good I am sure.
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Very cool stuff Mule. Thanks for take'n us along. Liked the tree measure technique.
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Deep peace of the flowing air to you.
Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.
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Live dangerously, I always say! great report, and I did enjoy the quiet. That place seems devoid of sound.
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I'm liking that Mule ... thanks for sharing the trip!
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I very much did enjoy it, Steve, thanks. Took me back to about one year ago, and one of the best weekends I've ever had. That's a nice area, and I can't wait to get there again.
Very nice video.
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thanks, Mule. Nice report. Glad you survived the night of the widowmaker. I really enjoyed the shots - took me back to the hang last year.
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