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post #16 of (permalink) Old 01-18-2005, 11:40 AM
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BumpThought I'd restart one of the classics,I'm sure with snow conditions being what they are,we could do this rugged trek
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I'll be the one camping out in a Zodiac. Someone will come find me when I float away though, right?
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I'll lend you my beacon
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post #19 of (permalink) Old 01-18-2005, 12:04 PM
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If you "do" end up in the water be sure to clamp down hard on the ice so we can pick you up. Ice floats you Fox


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This rugged trek might be a bit much for me at this time, should I put my 'ski boot cast' back on?

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This rugged trek might be a bit much for me at this time, should I put my 'ski boot cast' back on?

I think we might be able to find you a mode of transportation, I've seen them in the vacinity, they're a wire basket with 4 wheels, I think it will handle the terrain ok, However, you'll have to find someone else to push.

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Geez!!! damn pole is stuck again!!!!!
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If you "do" end up in the water be sure to clamp down hard on the ice so we can pick you up. Ice floats you Fox


So she did find ice for her Baileys

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Geez!!! damn pole is stuck again!!!!!
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Not to worry,Shay,we'll throw you in a shopping cart and portage you.Don't you just love riding in the cart?
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Yup and she got downright silly too !

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Not to worry,Shay,we'll throw you in a shopping cart and portage you.Don't you just love riding in the cart?
Thanks Mick, so sweet
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Can't join ya Dean. Just remember - filter the yellow snow a coupla times before making your tea.

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Oh, goody. I had to miss the one last year, so, I'm in for sure this trip.
I'm new to overnighting, so this will be a real thrilling experience. Thanks for organizing, Dean.
You bringing the baby on this trek?
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Can I be Cory and Trevor please?
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post #29 of (permalink) Old 01-20-2005, 09:18 PM
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Water on the trail?? Many people ask if my freakin' canoe ever comes off the truck.This winter is demanding for everyone to have a flotation device attached to their vehicle.Never thought I could practice white water canoeing on 152 street in Surrey.
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