Like I said, I really do want to go.walter once you are there, you are commited.
Those that haven't posted in a bit, please check out the list ( and post up any new info. I hear you, if you are prepared for the wether it will be ok, but I was likely going to go into my over draft as it was just for the basics, I don't have the extra money for the cold whether gear. I promised my kids a camping trip though, so I will have to go know, its still 2 and a half weeks away... Maybe being a smart ass isn't your best side:laugh:laugh:laugh Even though I think you should think more before you start blasting people, I'll prolly look you up next time I'm down at the coast, because you do have a sense of humour:finger_1: I think you should make an attempt anyway, even if you don't go all the way to the lake, the kids will have a blast.Sure enough, we all look over and see the wet spot on his jeans get bigger and bigger and a puddle form under him. id imagine itd be a bit challenging for some to try to get up falcon hill if its rather slippery... Now it's just that 2' or more of snow that has me worried..you tell I hate snow? id imagine itd be a bit challenging for some to try to get up falcon hill if its rather slippery... its the sleeping bags that keep you warm :sosothanks for the update :beer any idea of snow at wells? Good ventilation and a good sleeping bag are the way to go :) Even if you got a cheap-o sleeping bag, you can always just bring an extra couple of blankets, or a duvet cover you use at home etc.I let the guys know how I felt about this kid and I hope you guys don't think I was being rude at this point by leaving abruptly, but like I said, my baby sitter was expecting me home at midnight and I was already going to be late. not sure if my 3 seasons tent can keep the cold out...anyone got a spare heavier duty tent? not sure if my 3 seasons tent can keep the cold out...anyone got a spare heavier duty tent? I just have a normal tent and one of these: Assortment/Recreation/Camping/0762119_450_CC_2a8That in conjunction with my coleman -10* sleeping bag, and I'm pretty sure my nights will be cozy. not sure if my 3 seasons tent can keep the cold out...anyone got a spare heavier duty tent? id guess probably not as its not at high elevation. Lots of room when you go by truck, be very prepared.:withstupid: I use to do this all the time before I got a light weight artic mummy bag. tmax or damaged have you ordered anything from expedition imports? I'll have my CB on, and VHF radio -- but no license so I'll only be able to listen in. When you go out, you should always be prepared for a couple night stay - even if it isn't planned. Army and Navy in Langley has a good selection of bags. Even if I did, to be perfectly honest, when I think of camping, I think of two things, sitting around the camp fire with the sun blazing while I roast a hotdog and drink beer, or remove the sun, add rain. I just feel obligated to let you guys know, especially since a pig will be purchased for this.
i ordered a few parts and was wondering how long shipping usually is to canada i have to put my new clutch and motor in or else i cant gor u talkinbout me or tmax? In early August it is not uncommon for it to get down to near zero at elevations over 3000'. Bruce That's just it, I don't own winter camping gear.Someone jokingly says that he bets Snacks 20 bucks, that he can't down a Mickey of, I'm pretty sure it was... Snacks being the super cool guy that he is, says no problem and before he could be told it was a joke, Snacks grabs the Mickey, breaks open the cap and guzzles!!!!! Then he turns...green, white, super white, and turns around and heaves over the balcony. Then I hear the tennant from the basemant YELL up "HEY!!!! I literally fell to the ground at that point, I was laughing so hard. But, I do know of this young kid called Snacks, and apparently after 3 beers, he's all yours. They're not overly bad, it'd just make it a lot nicer than fighting worn out rear brakes and a slave cylinder that doesn't like working too **** hot when it warms up. It all started with Margueritas at lunch ----and then continued on from there ! Still have LOTS of work to do to my rig, but if I end up bringing it down this year I'll post up for some backcountry company. If anyone gets out of hand I give Mike full permission to "deal" with them LR Ok cool..exactly would you deal with a guy pissing himself tho... On the other hand I can tell you that Nickle Plate got about 2' of the white stuff. Those that have work can't get into the bush because it is still all closed down for spring break-up. :laugh You might want to rethink the idea of a group coming in from the Coalmont side.