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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-30-2013, 08:53 PM Thread Starter
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Default Canceled-bad weather/NYE 2013/14 Backcountry camp

Last year fell apart and never happened. Will likely choose a spot in the valley or Manning or Coque.
No solid plans yet, I'll check on interest over the next while and see if we can put something fun together.
Here's some links to previous NYE's


https://www.clubtread.com/sforum/topi...TOPIC_ID=42267

https://www.clubtread.com/sforum/topi...TOPIC_ID=33955
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no chainsaws this year please....
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See, chainsaw stories don't work for me...
If I heard that there was a quiet couples NYE happening at Seymour I'd be so there. I even know the perfect spot. On the outer bluffs there is the narrow bump overlooking the cabin: Anyone know the cliff overhang creating a sheltered spot with big snow walls? Fab fire spot, big drifts down below on the meadow edge to dig caves into.
No chainsaws!
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Interested.
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Yeah no worries guys. Chainsaws are out, but we will still try to have a fire.
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I'd be interested.. have 5 days off.....
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I'll be watching this thread. I do live in Victoria, though, so please order up clear skies, many meteorites, and no fireworks in the face.
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Seymour? Anyone up for a Seymour NYE, with fire, sans chainsaws?
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We won't be heading out that way so maybe start your own NYE thread if you're interested in building a group for a North Shore Party. Btw, NYE on Seymour is quite the busy place now!

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Seymour? Anyone up for a Seymour NYE, with fire, sans chainsaws?
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likely a repeat of Iago as it offers some decent skiing and snowshoeing also.
We have nothing official but thats the way we are leaning at the moment.
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likely a repeat of Iago as it offers some decent skiing and snowshoeing also.
We have nothing official but thats the way we are leaning at the moment.
I vote Iago and if things work out I'll be staying the night.
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ohhh
did Santa bring something special?
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ohhh
did Santa bring something special?
No. The only thing I'm missing is a winter tent. I doubt if I'll stay the night although we might come up NYD.
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we have a 2 person tent that is suitable and warm that you can borrow.
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