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post #16 of (permalink) Old 09-09-2005, 11:10 PM
 
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I think that last picture of Half Pint is my favourite picture on CT so far!! Way to go!
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post #17 of (permalink) Old 09-10-2005, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you all for the very nice responses to Half-Pints first overnight adventure. We had a blast. (She has 9 pics in the CT Top 10, How cool is that for such a little squirt![8D]) I'm sure we will do many more together.
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Shadee, she get's her good looks from her daddy....her humbleness from her mom.
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quote:Half-pint looks to be so cute and sweet...must be from her mother
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quote:I think they'd make a cute couple!
Spidey, they would! But I'd have to interrogate..er..get to know you boy. ("Tell me young man, what are your intentions with my daughter?)Ahhh, it's fun to be all grown up.lol.

It sounds like there is enough interest for a CT kid hike. Social Climber, Spidergirl, Shadee, Myself and many more of us have kids that hike. Hmmm, thinking we should make it happen.[^]

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Great job, guys. That's quite a hike for little legs. She's pretty darn cute, too.
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post #19 of (permalink) Old 09-11-2005, 11:34 PM
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Good stuff guys, glad the weather finally brightened up. We were there Friday and Saturday, in the rain. We met Reeka too. She loves jerky !!

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In addition to meeting 1/2 Pint and Moses on our way out, we had many visits from Reeka while in camp. At one point she made off with a small Nalgene bottle filled with ... Jerky! Her owners returned the bottle with the lid loop chewed off and apologized but explained that she had acquired a taste for jerky because she had managed to mooch some from another party.

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Awesome job! How old is Half-Pint? Looks like she was carrying a good sized pack... How heavy was yours Moses?

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Awesome job! How old is Half-Pint? Looks like she was carrying a good sized pack... How heavy was yours Moses?

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Scott, She was seven on the trip, has since turned eight.[)]
Her pack looks heavy but in reality was probably less than 3 lbs. All she had was a lightweight bag, very light thermarest, and extra socks. My pack on the other hand....I've been in traction for a week but the doctors are hopeful.

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LOL that was Tim! I've been sequesterd away for the last few weeks.....

Nice Trip report Moe Gotta get a group family hike together one of these days.

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Great heart warming TR Moses. Hard not to get a big smile on your face while reading and looking at the pic's from that one.
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LOL that was Tim! I've been sequesterd away for the last few weeks.....

Nice Trip report Moe Gotta get a group family hike together one of these days.

I think we should plan a CT "Parents and Tots" hike. We should get a pretty good turnout based on comments in this thread.
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We're in! Too bad summer's over but we'll figure something out. Maybe go up to Mtn. Lake Hut. I did that in November one year and it was a fabulous trip.

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Wow, what a great report and outing with your daughter. She's BC through and through, that one. Look forward to more reports of the two of you and your expeditions.
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The Shade's would be up for that too - just say when and we're packed and ready to go

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5 years ago today. Half Pint is still pretty awesome.
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Whoa!!! She is a half-pint - and looking good on some trails is everything.
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Bringin' tears to my eyes. It does'nt get any better. Thanx Moses.
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