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    Quote Originally Posted by OutandBack View Post
    Really enjoyed your video Mr Brown.
    The hike to a view did look tough but it looks like it really paid off, what beautiful country.
    I don't believe I have ever seen the sky so blue on a FBH.
    thanks for sharing your trip.
    As long as the trail breakers held up I was fine, Beautiful Sky for sure

    Quote Originally Posted by hanger4life View Post
    it is a sort of cinnamon bread with a different assortment of juicy sugary,gelatinous,goodness,spread out onto a thick piece of white bread
    I must of ate it and did not know the name

    Quote Originally Posted by Yoda View Post
    Spectacular video report TZ, what a winter wonderland you all had....amazing!
    Come on up, you will love it

    Quote Originally Posted by Fronkey View Post
    Great report TZ and it that hike looked like fun. How come you didn't use the sock this year?
    Hope to see you there next year.
    Fronkey
    Was not really cold enough to even need the sock, and this year I had a 0 deg UQ from HG, and a 0 deg bottom from UGQ Hope to see you in 2015

    Quote Originally Posted by Whiskeyjack View Post
    Great report TZ! Looking forward to next years hang. I missed all the snowshoe hikes somehow. Looks like it was a great walk.
    Great walk it was, love the clear cold

    Quote Originally Posted by Redoleary View Post
    That's an impressive amount of snow up there. looks like a fine time. Good to see Vampiresmiley made too, Michigan was well represented.
    Mi was there, and having a blast

    Quote Originally Posted by lonetracker View Post
    great seeing you again Tz and thanks for your pitchin in and snacks and leadership.quiet and unassuming it was,but it helped us all get thru safely and in comfort.
    here is a little more vid of our sat. snoweshoe hike,and a little fire.
    had a great time...
    You and I are the only ones left from the first hang, gotta keep going til we chill out for sure
    Loved the skid slide
    Life's A Journey
    It's not to arrive safely at the grave in a well preserved body,
    But rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting,
    Woo Hoo!....What a Ride!

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    Senior Member blaktee's Avatar
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    great VID TZ. I am loving all these different vids from the hang. It is fun to see all the different perspectives and activities that took place!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonetracker View Post
    great seeing you again Tz and thanks for your pitchin in and snacks and leadership.quiet and unassuming it was,but it helped us all get thru safely and in comfort.
    here is a little more vid of our sat. snoweshoe hike,and a little fire.



    strungout looking over the cliff.


    the big fire


    goodby for now winter warrior


    Mt and Tzbrown


    had a great time...
    Lots of differant techniques for down hill on snow shoes I see .

    Ive been practiceing guys . Trying to get a mile or two everyday but not attempting any cliffs yet .

    Your right Lonetracker, TZ always seems to pop up when you need him .

    Course we need guys like you too . Back in the infantry we used to call the big strong guys Heavy Duty . Those were the guys that humped the extra ruck if somebody was injured or just plain exhausted .

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    I like the parachute tarp!

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    Im trying to master snowshoes and Im torn between the sliding downhill descent or the creeping down on your butt method .

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    Quote Originally Posted by blaktee View Post
    great VID TZ. I am loving all these different vids from the hang. It is fun to see all the different perspectives and activities that took place!!
    Thanks Blaktee it is neat to see all of the views

    Quote Originally Posted by riverjoe View Post
    Lots of different techniques for down hill on snow shoes I see .

    Ive been practicing guys . Trying to get a mile or two everyday but not attempting any cliffs yet .

    Your right Lonetracker, TZ always seems to pop up when you need him .

    Course we need guys like you too . Back in the infantry we used to call the big strong guys Heavy Duty . Those were the guys that humped the extra ruck if somebody was injured or just plain exhausted .
    If you stay out long enough you can't help learn something

    Quote Originally Posted by boomer754 View Post
    I like the parachute tarp!
    It does work great to keep the snow off the gathering area

    Quote Originally Posted by riverjoe View Post
    Im trying to master snowshoes and Im torn between the sliding downhill descent or the creeping down on your butt method .
    Both have merit, youngsters ski down, oldsters skoot
    Life's A Journey
    It's not to arrive safely at the grave in a well preserved body,
    But rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting,
    Woo Hoo!....What a Ride!

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    It's unusually cold here at home so I checked the temps at Grayson Highlands State Parks weather cam in VA.
    http://weather.graysonfriends.org/
    The low this morn was -8.6. Makes me wonder what it got down to were y'all were... burrrrr.
    don`t leave the CREATOR out of the creation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowhike View Post
    It's unusually cold here at home so I checked the temps at Grayson Highlands State Parks weather cam in VA.
    http://weather.graysonfriends.org/
    The low this morn was -8.6. Makes me wonder what it got down to were y'all were... burrrrr.
    -13F was the low for the hang. -2 on Wed night with a pretty good wind

    It's colder there now and winds also. Pretty tiring when you have deep cold and winds, not everyone would have had as much fun for sure
    Life's A Journey
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    But rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting,
    Woo Hoo!....What a Ride!

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