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The Thursday Group Waits to Depart Sudbury (DF 2007)406 views
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The Campsite (DF 2007)181 views
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Welcome to Florida Lake (DF 2007)164 views
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Campfire (DF2007)122 views
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Tent Glow (DF 2007)136 views
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DaveH (DF 2007)127 views
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Waiting for the Train (DF 2007)169 views
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Hour and a Half Late (DF 2007)137 views
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Baggage Car Accomodations (DF 2007)126 views
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Bagage Car (DF 2007)104 views
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heading for home177 viewsUHMW-PE toboggan, 12' long, 16" wide
fully loaded, pulled by a single dog
Algonquin Park, March 2006
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Serenity319 viewsWinter camp along Lake Superior
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Winter Walk317 viewsSnowshoeing up the Split Rock River, rumbling beneath our feet.
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Vigilant Sentry262 viewsSplit Rock Lighthouse
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hey where's the snow?208 viewsearly March, 2007...along track and tower trail in Alqonquin Park...'difficult' conditions due to lack of snow. We chose to stay on the land trails as many creeks, beaver dams, lakes were already wet and too slush for fun pulling. Thats a black plastic sled from Can Tire with haul bars made from white plastic plumbing pipe. Great on twisting, turning hiking trails.
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old and new toboggans213 viewsUHMW toboggan, 12 ft long x 16" wide
traditional wood toboggan, 7 ft long x 15" wide
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Hybrid set-up351 viewsHere's a picture of a seven pole set-up and the side poles for good measure...guess that's more of a 15 pole set-up!
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Side view of Tobbogan668 views
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Home Made Anorak673 viewsHere's the anorak in use at the Deep Freeze trip on Nitro Creek in Feb. 2005
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Home Made Anorak416 viewsHere's the final product in use out on a trip.
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Home Made Anorak - the Front Pocket447 viewsJust as we started to put it together. The two sides will easily each hold a large leather mitt. The little pockets on the front were designed to hold odds 'n ends like matches, a compass, fire starters, etc.
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Home-Made Anorak Front Pocket394 viewsThis is the front pocket with the pocket flaps in place, the snow flaps at the side and the trim along the top.
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Completed Home-Made Anorak - Hood Up445 viewsThe anorak with the hood up and cinched tight around the face.
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Home Made Anorak - Hood Up382 viewsThe hood is very deep, and extends well beyond the front of the face - not great for peripheral vision, but it sure cuts the wind well.
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Home Made Anorak - Opened Up320 viewsHere's what the neck looks like opened up with the hood down. The big triangular gusset in the front makes the opening very large and helps ventilate if you get hot.
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280 views
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Tie down devices322 views
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The 28k mark. Back on land.353 views
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Trappers Cabin274 views
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Work belt with ring239 views
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