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    OutriggerCam. Excellent touch Red!!
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    Very Nice Tr The Bwca is so Awesome and I will share it with my wife and son soon, (as in the next few years) Cant wait, thanks for sharing!

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    It looks like you had a great trip. I leave for the BWCAW on Sept 15. Watching your video makes me all the more anxious to get started. Thanks for the video and photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by foureyedgeek View Post
    Wow, beauty right there.
    Thanks f.e.g.
    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    I watched this a few days ago but didn't have time to comment because I just moved.

    Awesome video man! I really liked how you and your lady switched between narating the video and watching this makes me want to go to the BWCA really bad. Thanks so much for sharing and glad you had a great time!

    Fronkey
    Yeah, thanks a lot Fronkey, with the BWCA in your back yard you gotta go. And not a single tree attack the whole week.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crotalus View Post
    The pics are fantastic, havent watched the video yet though. The BWCA is climbing our list of places to visit.
    Thank you Crotalus, BW is def. worth your time.
    Quote Originally Posted by lymphocytosis View Post
    BWCA is great. Sounds like you had a good trip Red.

    For any of you out there thinking of going you should visit BWCA.com. A great resource. You can do it without laying out a ton of money for paddle specific gear. If you're only in it to go once or twice, you can go with internal frame packs. Won't be ideal, but you can do it. This is coming from someone with FOUR portage packs.
    Yeah, even renting a canoe for a week is not that expensive. Like you said,heaps of good info over there at BWCA.com too.

    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    OutriggerCam. Excellent touch Red!!
    Thanks Gargoyle. I try not to miss an opportunity to cobble something together!

    Quote Originally Posted by sswens View Post
    Very Nice Tr The Bwca is so Awesome and I will share it with my wife and son soon, (as in the next few years) Cant wait, thanks for sharing!
    Glad you liked it. Thanks for watching.
    Quote Originally Posted by hcho View Post
    It looks like you had a great trip. I leave for the BWCAW on Sept 15. Watching your video makes me all the more anxious to get started. Thanks for the video and photos.
    Awesome. Have a safe trip. Hopefully you'll get to see a bit more wildlife than we did. Even if you don't the scenery is enough.
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    Ugh. Our trip got cancelled. Back in the hospital with some complications. Not worth the risk of being in the back woods right now. Thank goodness for HF and my iPhone. Keeps the boredom away while sitting here doing nuthin'.
    Last edited by BER; 09-02-2011 at 08:05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BER View Post
    Ugh. Our trip got cancelled. Back in the hospital with some complications. Not worth the risk of being in the back woods right now. Thank goodness for HF and my iPhone. Keeps the boredom away while sitting here doing nuthin'.
    Awe, bummer man. I hope you get better soon, and maybe you can get out there before the snow flies.
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    Nice trip report, Red. Great pictures! I've been going through info the past couple of weeks for another trip up there next year, and in fact was looking at Sawbill Lake entry points. I may have to pick your brain for some ideas. Boy, running a marathon before heading out for six days ..... you stud.
    I'm so out of shape ......I passed gas yesterday and pulled a muscle!

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    Gonna watch the vid when I get home. Pics look stellar. Good stuff. I need to get training - I'd like to do an off-road half in the near future.

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    Congrats on your first trail marathon! Wonderful pics and the video reminded me of our Quetico trips. Thanks for taking us along. TZQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by pegleg56 View Post
    Nice trip report, Red. Great pictures! I've been going through info the past couple of weeks for another trip up there next year, and in fact was looking at Sawbill Lake entry points. I may have to pick your brain for some ideas. Boy, running a marathon before heading out for six days ..... you stud.
    Thanks pegleg, drop me a PM anytime if you have any questions, I'll do what I can to help.
    Quote Originally Posted by MrTiles View Post
    Gonna watch the vid when I get home. Pics look stellar. Good stuff. I need to get training - I'd like to do an off-road half in the near future.
    Thank you MrTiles. The marathon was sorta fun, its the training thats a drag!

    Quote Originally Posted by Taozenqi View Post
    Red,
    Congrats on your first trail marathon! Wonderful pics and the video reminded me of our Quetico trips. Thanks for taking us along. TZQ
    Thanx Taozenqi, glad you enjoyed the pix and vid. I'd like to do Quetico someday myself, but I like the convenience of BWCA.
    Good luck,
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