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    Bluefin; i enjoyed the vid's. Looks like a nice place. People ( Rig folks ). don't always understand that a change is as good as a rest. Thanks for sharing

    bill
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    Great videos. It really is gorgeous up there.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk-eye View Post
    YEAH ... thanks for getting Part two out there so fast ... got it just as I finished watching part one! Now that's perfect timing!
    Hawk-eye,
    I'm glad the timing was good, thanks for commenting and watching, looking forward to more of your videos.

    Quote Originally Posted by sswens View Post
    Very Nice like the suspension brodge and red beans and rice MMM good Thanks for sharing!
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    That is a bablefish5 recipe it was great! Thanks for watching.

    Quote Originally Posted by Les Rust View Post
    thanks for sharing, Bluefin. that's a beautiful spot. Glad you got out there and enjoyed the trip.
    Les Rust,
    You are welcome, I had a blast.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruciehi5 View Post
    There are not enough bridges like that in the world. Big bridge like that and it still moves! Your videos set a nice relaxed pace. I got to see the place and get a feel for it too. Very peaceful night, good cook up and a Canadian beer to top it off! Your set up looks pretty good to me. Im a big fan of tarp doors. Good for wind and rain.
    Bruciehi,
    Thanks for the comments, I too like those bridges. It was a fun night, great food and a cool beer to top off the night.

    Quote Originally Posted by KP View Post
    Hey that was great thank you. I really enjoyed it while sipping my coffee. Beautiful scenery you have up there. Love it. Those suspensions bridges make me a little nervous. I hiked across the 265 foot long Toccoa suspension bridge up in north GA back in May and it was a little bouncy. Yikes is what was going through my mind. aahhaha! Thanks again!
    KP,
    Thank you. Glad it made coffee time enjoyable.

    Quote Originally Posted by Veto 65 View Post
    Nice trip and thanks for the video. Keep them coming.
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    You are welcome....stay tuned more to come in several weeks.

    Quote Originally Posted by HamMike View Post
    Great video Bluefin! That is some beautiful country!
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    Thanks, glad you liked it.

    Quote Originally Posted by BigLazy View Post
    Thanks for sharing. Looks like a great place to hike.
    BigLazy,
    You are welcome and yes it is a great hiking place.

    Quote Originally Posted by MAD777 View Post
    Great video! Nice demonstration of equipment and beautiful scenery. Especially the waterfall and suspension bridge!

    MAD777,
    Thanks, the bridge area is beautiful.

    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    Bluefin; i enjoyed the vid's. Looks like a nice place. People ( Rig folks ). don't always understand that a change is as good as a rest. Thanks for sharing

    bill
    mbiraman,
    Glad you enjoyed the video, you are welcome. I enjoy your paddling photos you have posted.

    Quote Originally Posted by pullarius View Post
    Great videos. It really is gorgeous up there.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    thanks for the nice comments, take care.
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    Love the simple shot at 7:55 of part two of the steam coming out of the rehydrated mealbag. magic.

    Looks like interesting country there. I love hiking around old ruins like that--a bit melancholy, though, eh?

    You still the only hammock hanger in Newfoundland?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sturgeon View Post
    Love the simple shot at 7:55 of part two of the steam coming out of the rehydrated mealbag. magic.

    Looks like interesting country there. I love hiking around old ruins like that--a bit melancholy, though, eh?

    You still the only hammock hanger in Newfoundland?
    sturgeon,

    Thanks for the comments. I had to look at that shot @ 7:55....it did turn out well but I was just eating, not trying to make a cool shot. Thanks for pointing that out. I posted a few photos on part one of the photos of the house with my son standing in it and next to it a few years later.

    As far as I know I am still the only hammock hanger in Newfoundland. That gives me prime choice in hanging spots
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    I think we should head over there for a group hang!!
    Bring a GPS...It's awkward when you have to eat your buddies.

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    I enjoyed both videos. Thanks for the trip!

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    Quote Originally Posted by storm1 View Post
    I think we should head over there for a group hang!!
    It would be fun !

    Quote Originally Posted by Oms View Post
    I enjoyed both videos. Thanks for the trip!
    Glad you enjoyed them, I had fun making them.
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    That bridge and those falls are way cool. I always find it amazing how quick nature will take back an area once humans abandon it. Really cool looking hike all around.

    Thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by carolinasbackpacker View Post
    That bridge and those falls are way cool. I always find it amazing how quick nature will take back an area once humans abandon it. Really cool looking hike all around.

    Thanks for sharing
    Thanks, it is amazing how quick the houses were gone. Thanks for watching.
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