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    Hello from the Wasatch

    I guess I overlooked this thread when I started posting on here. So I will do this proper. I will say so far, this community is awesome. I hope I can contribute in some positive ways.

    I am a mountain man. 365. From the snow to the trail, I love the mountains year round. Here are some pics of what I love to do and who I am:

    Winter

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    May at Snowbird- 2010

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    Jan at Snowbird- 2010

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    Mid-Cirque- Snowbird- 2009

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    Mt Aire Trail- Millcreek Canyon, Utah- 2010

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    Toklat River- Area 32- Denail National Park, Alaska 2005

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    Gobblers Knob- 10,246 ft, via Alexander Basin- Utah- 2003

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    Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument, Utah- 2007

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    White Tank Mountains- Arizona- 2009

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    Kolob Canyon- Zion National Park, Utah- 2006

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    18" 3.5 lb Brookie- Grand Daddy Basin- Uintas- 2009

    They say a picture says a 1,000 words. I hope they are right. Thanks for having me.

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    Wow! Great stuff dood. Certainly glad to have ya! I am happy to be the first to officially welcome you to the fold.


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    WOW! That brookie is HUGE! Welcome to Bogley, always thrilled to see another regular backpacker around here! Don't get me wrong, these canyoneering folks are great but I need more of those multi-day trip reports. Keep 'em coming!

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    Nice! Welcome!
    Some people "go" through life and other people "grow" through life. -Robert Holden

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibenick View Post
    WOW! That brookie is HUGE! Welcome to Bogley, always thrilled to see another regular backpacker around here! Don't get me wrong, these canyoneering folks are great but I need more of those multi-day trip reports. Keep 'em coming!
    Yeah, that day I caught that Brookie was cosmic. We woke up and almost got fried by lightning, then ended up at one of the ponds up there and I got that guy. It fed 4 people and a dog! Best fish I have ever eatin for sure.

    Likewise on the backpackers comment. I have participated in a lot of outdoor activities over the years, nothing seems to bring me back to focus like getting away from this plastic existence like visiting the backcountry. I can actually relax out there. Kind of hard for me to do that here in the city. Too much distraction.

    I also like hiking a lot. The Tri-Canyons are my backyard. I have hiked 99% of the 200+ miles of trails up there. There are only a handful of areas I have not been in, and those are in short order to be visited soon.

    Snowboarding is probably my worst addiction. They say powder is addicting.....................

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    Thanks for the welcome here everyone.

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    Hey, welcome to Bogley!

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