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post #16 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2008, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
 
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post #17 of (permalink) Old 06-24-2008, 06:05 PM
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Sweet trip you two. Someone looks rather relaxed from her travels
I think the last time I was up there was 10 years ago with Ronbo.
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Sweet trip you two. Someone looks rather relaxed from her travels
I think the last time I was up there was 10 years ago with Ronbo.
Wow. So Ronbo was hiking into his sixties? Cool!

I was going to come up for the day Saturday, but work got the best of me. I shoulda come and brought you REAL beer rather than the carbonated urine you were drinking. (but heh, your from Maple Ridge).
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Hey i remember seeing you guys coming down the mountain and i asked you how long it was till i got up to Greendrop lake, it was Sunday afternoon last week. I want to know was there others backpackers up there when you went up? and how many tent pads did you see. i only notice three.
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Well hi!! We musta had at least half a dozen people ask us how long till Greendrop, which one where you?! []

There were 3 other groups of 3 people when we were up there. Just the 3 tent pads, but really is room for a lot more if you just spread back a bit. We had the really cool private site around the corner, very nice view of the water fall and our constant friend for the weekend the lake otter! There was a minor flagged trail that went along the lake past our site, quite a ways down there is a *very* small tent site right on the lake. One of the groups of 3 guys headed in to there to camp!

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By the way.... did anyone happen to notice that Nut was wearing "man capri's"? hee hee! Quite a fashionista he is turning into!! [}]

And further to that, I was actually gonna post this trip report (wudda been the first one ever), being that almost all the pic's were taken by me!
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Nice to see you out packing and burnin' again.Maybe they should get a Sniper to patrol the trails.You huck your bag of chips and coffee cup in the woods,and "kaboom" your wrist shatters by a well placed rifle shot
Did you bring and devour the entire 8 pack of Lucky? []

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lol, great pictures mayham
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lol, great pictures mayham
or should I say hem, hehe! You're a fun gal and I'm happy to meet you on the Stein Palooza!
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Sweet trip for you and the family. Nice shots too.

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...We threw up the Sil Tarp but didn't need it...
You're supposed to read the fine print:

Caution: Ingesting this product may result in stomach cramps, vomiting and/or diarrhea and anal leakage, and will severely hamper its future use.
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