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    That was GREAT! I liked the bit when you said,”That went well.” LOL! Looking forward to more from you!

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    That was one of the funnest trip reports I've ever watched. Thanks for posting it.

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    I have phantom butt pains after watching that. Owch!
    I can't buy something without first considering whether I could just make it myself instead. How'd I get so screwed up?

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    4 Paw drive

    The dog's 4 paw drive seemed to work well.

    Loved the clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loneoak View Post
    Great video, bet your dogs were wondering what you were doing sitting down
    Never thought of that. Love my dogs..Those girls put up a lot of birds for me in the fall. I never get any cause I'm the worst shot in the world but it's fun watching the dogs work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolf track View Post
    That was one of the funnest trip reports I've ever watched. Thanks for posting it.
    Here ya go wolf track...Saw these out there too. The back paws are about six feet behind these.
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    Glad you made it home okay.

    I thought I was the only one who consistently said, "Well, that went well," when things go sideways. A sense of humor is real helpful, for certain.

    Maybe that's pulk alternate use number two? Emergency downhill crampon replacement? And, if your pants survived unripped, I'd say that's a pretty telling endorsement for 'em!

    Hope your joints and hand feel better soon.

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    Thanks for sharing. Glad you got out safely. You earned some trail cred with that escapade. I was feeling for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Funny.......did you get Yeti-Butt!
    Looked fun.
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    Ah, I've always had a yeti butt.
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    Thanks for sharing. I think that video redefines frozen butt syndrome. I'll never complain about that again after this video.
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