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skibum.roberts

blum to watson traverse, video

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One of the most awesome videos EVER!

Thank you so much for sharing, I watched this yesterday (linked from TAY) and had a grin from ear to ear for the rest of the day.

Great cinematography, excellent music choices and just flipping awesome!!!

Nice work!!!

 

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Excellent video, Jason; thanks for the lunchtime entertainment -- and thanks Adam for posting the link. There was probably too much snow for you to stumble across the massive frickin metal milk can at one of the little lakes between Bacon and Hagan. Don't know who packed that thing in there.

 

We went in the opposite direction from you (and obviously later in the year), but it seems like you did it the right way on skis for sure. I definitely remember thinking how much that long schwack-down-and-stumble-around-lost-in-the woods part from Blum to Baker River would have sucked carrying skis.

 

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So good! Thanks for sharing! A friend and I tried a few winters ago to climb and ski hagen but got turned around by slush bridges between giant logs on steep hillside. We made 2 miles in 10 hours., camped, and turned tail the next day. That there is some rugged terrain!

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