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Snow Walker

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  1. Campfire Talk

    Thanks guys, I definately play things safe. I'm confident in my skills, but I NEVER take things for granted. Confidence is a good thing, but being over confident in my book is asking for trouble and no different then underestimating your opponent.
  2. Campfire Talk

    Almost forgot...here's the site. www.rootcellarresort.com
  3. Campfire Talk

    I'm heading out to the Porqupines Thursday and will be camping with me, myself and I until Sunday. I'll try to get some good pictures of the area. Who knows what the weather has in store. I'm prepared for mild weather, rain and yes SNOW. You never know what Lake Superior is going to send your way. My first night will be spent at this place...It's new and only $25 dollars per night. Check it out, it's called the Root Cellar on Lake Gogebic in upper Michigan. After that it's sleeping in the mountains. Talk to everyone later.
  4. bushcraftmyway

    Welcome from Wisconsin...I'll have to check into some of your videos.
  5. New Hobby...

    Yes, it was my first time out, but I did have my nephew helping me...he has been doing this stuff for awhile. By the way, nice pictures for those who added some. Any advise is always appreciated.
  6. New Hobby...

    Well, I decided to take the plunge and go for something I've always wanted to do. I'm going to start pursuing my dream of outdoor photography. I will be taking some classes this spring...soooooo much to learn, but I love it! Here's the camera and a couple pictures. One is the shore of Lake Superior at the base of the Porqupines and one of the numerous waterfalls in the area. I was using a neutral density lens and playing with my exposure speed to get that foggy water effect. It was my first time out with the camera.
  7. Campfire Talk

    It's definately one of those hidden beauties worth checking out!
  8. Campfire Talk

    Just wanted to say hi to everyone and I hope all is going well. I had to take a break from alot of things to put some things into perspective and alot has changed for the better. I found a new stomping ground for my outdoor adventures in Upper Michigan called the Porqupine Mountains. It's a little bit of a drive, but well worth it. I can honestly say I have fallen in love with the area. If anyone is ever interested in checking the Porqupines out just let me know. I also want to add I really like the new looks of the forum!!!!
  9. Crafter's Workshop

    Nice work Watcher! I'm not a carpenter, but have built enough things to know those routers can be DANGEROUS no matter what the size of the project so be careful!
  10. Super fun survival kit post

    You make a great point! I'm trying to work on getting my winter gear together and I have numerous things that fall into this category. Chap stick, sunglasses, snow goggles, skin lotion/sunscreen etc...winter is not the time to let your guard down with sun/wind protection not to mention keeping hydrated. In fact, dehydration will get you just as quick if not quicker compared to the summer months! Going through and updating your gear is a great idea. Familiarization with your equipment is often over looked by so many people.
  11. Photography in college

    Where did you find it for that price Watcher? Is this the one your using?
  12. The Man Cave

    I'd like to take her winter camping
  13. I'm truly amazed at how fast they grow. Tell her I said Happy Birthday and enjoy every moment you can!
  14. Campfire Talk

    Just wanted to say good morning to all. The past 3 days have been busy! Have I missed anything good around here?
  15. Ribz front wear

    Hey Muddy, do you think it would be a good idea if they had a sterum strap on the Ribz? I noticed you had one rigged up, I was kinda thinking the same thing.
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