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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-10-2011, 12:11 AM Thread Starter
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This is a boring trip report, and I don't blame you if you choose not to read it. This trip report lacks the usual wit and humour typically expected from a Moses report. Truthfully, I've lost my touch. This TR is so boring in fact, that 3 outta 4 dentists find this worse than watching paint dry...on a cold, humid day absent of any type of air flow/movement. This TR has nothing to offer.

There will be no beautiful "early morning snow covered peak off in the distance blah blah" picture like this one.


I will not post a triumphant pic of Codiak's first ever snowshoe trip in the Coast Mountains, such as this...(*yawn*)


...nor will tell you about the snow cave he found and how stoked he is about trying snow camping. (Ya, like you really want to hear THAT! Ugh.)(I should probably tell you though about the spent fireworks these boys in the snow cave brought for the evening, and how proud Todd would have been of them for hiking with incendiary devices...but I won't.)


No glorious downtown panos...(been there, done that, boring.)


Today will be absent of yet another Moses fish-eye picture. (....and the readers of CT rejoice.)


I will spare you the photos of the guy trying to hand-feed stupid, grey winged rodents. (barf!)


There will be no mention of the crazy canine running amuck with his "Manson Eyes"....


....or some yawn inducing photo of a leg with a crampon and some crappy snowy creek thing in the background.


Nope. This trip report will have none of that. Dog Mountain is boring and you really don't need to hear about the great weather or the busloads of people or Codiak deciding that he will never again live in Grand Prairie because BC has been fused into his DNA. All this stuff is pretty darn boring to the regulars here on Club Tread. Since I haven't posted a trip report on here in a very long time, this boring bit of text is just to let you know that I'm still alive. Now go to sleep.




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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-10-2011, 12:20 AM
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Well...that was a real snore-fest!
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Yaawwwwn!
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I'm sleepy. [|)]



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No T.R. is complete without the finger on top of a moutain photo or the holding the sun photo opp.
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I'm sleepy. [|)]
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post #6 of (permalink) Old 01-10-2011, 10:01 AM
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So boring..

So boring I figure I shouldn't upload the crappy cell phone pics I took.



Boring.


Okay, that's pretty cool.


Not bad for a cellphone.


Um... <3


Moses, you seem to be doing it wrong.


It just wanted bread.


I just wanted an awesome profile picture for FB.


Nice!


No big deal.


=) =) =)


Hollywood.



Also, It was so boring I made a quick little boring movie, that had a suprise guest.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLTOR42vwp8
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yeah, why bother? Wasn't worth the read and now I'm falling asleeeeeeee........

Oh, but it was from Moses
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Oh, I guess its bed time. No sense in viewing the photos and reading the TR, waste a few minutes elsewhere. Nice shot the last one of the city though.

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Thanks for the heads up, I made sure not to waste my time reading any of it,I never read the part about it being codiak's first trip,I never looked at any redundant panos,mediocre pic of snow caves and especially any cliche photos of Whiskey Jacks... oh ya what were we talking about? The Canucks sure are doing great aren't they?
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LOL
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Yeah, I don't know... [|)]
Some people bring playing cards or chess to try and kill boredom in the mountains...


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waht happened?..
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Nice! Great pics..
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post #14 of (permalink) Old 01-11-2011, 12:38 PM
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There is a good possibility that was my snowcave. Looks the same, same general area, but I was there last tuesday. Warmest sleep of my life!
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It's not even worth my time to bother writing any kind of responce, let alone any kind of congratulatory offerings to Codiak on his discovery of the sort of boring and bland places that we can waste a day cavorting about upon.
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