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    VIDEO: Part 2 Mr. Bubbles Yellowstone National Park

    I finally got Part 2 done. Mr. Bubbles is soooooo sweet. Hope you enjoy this as much as I did.....hahah not possible!!!!



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    Looks like your having a good trip. Like your enthusiasm. Thanks


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    That was good fun.

    Is all that water drinkable or too much sulfide in there?

    Nice having a hot bath on the trail. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    Looks like your having a good trip. Like your enthusiasm. Thanks
    Thx for watching, it was so dang fun. Wish I was still on the trail!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by born2roam View Post
    That was good fun.

    Is all that water drinkable or too much sulfide in there?

    Nice having a hot bath on the trail. Thanks for sharing.
    We did not try drinking any of the hot water, but I think you could. It did not have that sulfide smell to it, it was just hot water. We drank lots out of the rivers that the hot water ran into and it was good drinking water. It never did have a bad flavor to it.

    The hot bath was one of the funnest things I have done on the trail. Sitting miles from any civilization and soaking it up was simply amazing! We soaked for over 2 hours...hahaha.

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    Nice! Long way to go, though, for a hot bath! Looks like a great trip, and I totally understand having dinner for lunch! Use many more calories that we think we do hiking.

    Thanks for the trip! Nicely done!

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    Hot tub hiking

    I think you'll be setting a new trend with the hot tub hiking. Wish we had some of that down here in Tennessee.

    Looks like a great trip. Thanks for sharing the video.

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    Gotta like Mr. Bubbles..Looked like you had a good time.
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    you guys look like you're having a blast! BTW, do you like your cutco? i have the same knife, but haven't gotten to really use it yet. Anywho, can't wait to see the next installment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyPainter View Post
    Nice! Long way to go, though, for a hot bath! Looks like a great trip, and I totally understand having dinner for lunch! Use many more calories that we think we do hiking.
    It worked awesome to have dinner for lunch...I may make that my new "long" day practice!!! Long way to go for the hot bath, but totally worth it!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by BigLazy View Post
    I think you'll be setting a new trend with the hot tub hiking. Wish we had some of that down here in Tennessee.

    Looks like a great trip. Thanks for sharing the video.
    hot tub hiking is awesome...who woulda thought. Come on up to Idaho, its worth the trip

    Quote Originally Posted by Spurr View Post
    Gotta like Mr. Bubbles..Looked like you had a good time.
    Mr. Bubbles is one cooooool guy!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by harrellt View Post
    you guys look like you're having a blast! BTW, do you like your cutco? i have the same knife, but haven't gotten to really use it yet. Anywho, can't wait to see the next installment!
    Love the Cutco knife. I have had it for over 10 years, they have sharpened it for free twice now. Its not bad for weight and I really have enjoyed it. I kinda like the rubber handle to, if your hands are wet it makes it is still easy to hold on to

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    I found this trip report when I was searching for information about hiking in Yellowstone Park. A friend and I are planning this trip next summer. Thanks Blaktee. This is a great video.

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