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    Arrow Video - Winter Camping Adventure 2013 BWCA, MN

    Although, I left my hammock at home for this trip, I thought some of you might enjoy the trip report. Since we were going to use a "hot tent", my hammock wouldn't fit inside our tipi. If this video needs to be moved somewhere else, that's fine. It's just under 20 minutes so grab a cold one and relax. Here it is:

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    Great video. I was hoping to see some ice fishing and you didn't disappointment me.
    That stove looked real nice - I'm sure that was comfortable when it got cold.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Last edited by TallPaul; 03-06-2013 at 20:48.

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    me too
    Everyone ought to believe in something....I believe I'll go set up the hammock!

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    opps. Try it again!

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    Great video, makes me have no excuses for being so lazy --- got to get out there!

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    Works for me... Great report, spent time there as a youngster, so enjoyed it immensely. I love the winter camping reports, an earlier time and all. Would love to get back. Did the Gunflint trail alot. Is it still there? The hot tent was amazing. How long were you out?

    Carvejunky

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    Enjoyed that. Thanks for sharing.

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    Nice try at going down that hill! lol And the next one! Nifty stove, cooks pretty good too. Nice work Phil, keep it up! lol The sled comp was great, as was the whole trip, by the looks of it, rounded off with a fantastic video, db! Thanks!

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    Nice one. It looked like a good time was had by all. Thanks for sharing!
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    Now that was fun!!! What a great way to build friendships and get out. Thanks for sharing.
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