The Ongoing Mini Trip Report Thread 2019

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  1. bacpacjac

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    It's a new year and time for a new thread! Post 'em, folks!!

    We're still working on Adventure Girl Abby's fear of the dark, so when she asked if we could go for a night hike last night, I didn't hesitate. I think it was our first walk in the dark of the New Year and I know it was one of the most fun ones yet. It was about -23C/-9F, so our pace was brisk, but the sky was clear so we got a good look at the moon and the stars.

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    I forgot my cell phone so we couldn't use the Star Chart app to help us, but we had no trouble spotting our favourite - Orion. Too bad the camera didn't see it as well as we did. :/

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    Our turn around point was the park, where the girl played for a little while.

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    It was about -23C/-9F, and it was past her bedtime, so we didn't go very far or stop for very long, but I did put together and bring a little kit just in case. Crusader kit with 2 extra cups and too much lots of fuel, hot chocolate, coffee, hard tack, Sho-Ka-Kola, a little fire kit, a rain poncho and contractor's bag (they're in the SOL bag along with a little cordage), some grocery bags, Bacho Laplander, and my new MP knife. A little boo boo kit and 5' X 7' tarp both were forgotten in the pack when I took the picture. We both had whistles in our pockets as well, and she also had a flashlight.

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    When we got home, we dug out the hot chocolate and hard tack and had a little treat before bed. Thanks for joining us!

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    hello,
    @bacpacjac Adventure Girl Abby singing the Walt Disney 'Moana' songs over hot chocolate gets my vote. :dblthumb: Well done Abby on the night walk & in the cold too minus -23C :cool: brrrr..
    Regards
    David
     
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    She had a lot of fun, David. She didn't even hesitate once this time. It was pretty awesome. :D

     
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    The stars were definitely out in full force last night in this area of the world. Nice to lose the cloud cover for a change.
     
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    @Guy can we get the new year thread stickied please?
     
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    Wanted to get out today and try some Christmas gear. Decided to walk to the creek on some of our property and have lunch. Been wet here all winter this is the field walking in.
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    Made it to the creek. IMG_0493.JPG
    Load out was ArcTeryx Bora 30 and Glenfield 60. Axe is an older Wetterlings. IMG_0495.JPG
    The stove, firesteel and fatwood were Secret Santa gifts from @Kona9. The Mora 511 a gift from my wife, don't think I'll loose it. IMG_0496.JPG
    The firesteel was handled by @Kona9 with Osage. He did a nice job. Some scrapings from the New York fatwood. IMG_0501.JPG
    One swipe of the firesteel and we have fire. IMG_0502.JPG
    Lunch was meatstick, cheese, mustard and tea. IMG_0504.JPG
    We have a boil. Titanium twig stove worked well. IMG_0507.JPG
    This little fellar keap me company the whole time. IMG_0511.JPG
    It was great to get out.
     
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    C6922DC4-841E-4BF0-8FEB-6EBFA4222C02.jpeg Looking good @carpenter! I’m glad the gear is serving you well. I just tried out the brother to your stove on Saturday. I guess we both felt it was time to get outside. Soup and hot dogs were on the menu for us.
     
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    The trails around Wright County are ice packed so we headed south to Carver Park Reserve. The trails there were ice covered too. So we did what we love best - went off trail ...
    I've hiked this area for years but the lack of snow showed the woods in a different light. The beavers are active like I've never seen, like they're tearing up the woods for some reason. Not a long hike, maybe 3 miles, but sometimes slow is the way to go. Hope you enjoy seeing what we saw!

    Big smiles :4: Nothing like going off trail...

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    The trail was really icy - and this was the best part!
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    Beavers are going crazy! No lodge in sight for miles. I've never seen them take young trees like this...
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    Ash was fascinated with the ice flowing down stream ...
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    This tree was nearly felled. I tried pushing it over but it wouldn't budge!
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    Still standing! :eek:
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    I've hiked this area for years. Usually it's covered in high grass and thickets. Definitely a difference.
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    Big Burl. I think I'll come back every year and take measurements and pics. Burl-ology? :)
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    Only the 2nd hike/outing this year. Yeah, I'm slacking!! :oops: - Oh, I think this is the first time I've posted pics of my beautiful wife of 31 years. Yes, true! 31 years :40: Be nice! (I shouldn't have to worry about that here...)
     
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    Very cool! Downright cold in fact. -7*. We have not had subzero temps yet, but it's in the future. :)

    Thanks for sharing with us. It is really heartwarming to see that little girl growing up in front of our eyes. :)
     
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    @Skruffy you definitely married up!

    :4:

    Great day out, Ash is getting bigger everytime you post a picture!
     
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    This one might be pushing the limits of the definition of a "mini trip" but I think it counts. The kiddos had a day off school yesterday and IT SNOWED!! We spent the morning playing outside and then went on a tiny adventure. It was a simple walk around the neighbourhood but we:
    • ID'd some tracks - Squirrel, Dog and Cat. Sadly no Bunny or Ninja Turtle tracks.
    • ID's some trees - Maple, Cedar, Juniper, Black Locust and White Pine.
    • ID'd some animals - Squirrels, Ravens, Crows, Blue Jays, Mourning Doves, Chickadees and Dark-eyed Juncos.
    • We also practiced our "wild" animal protocol when we had to walk past a do leashed in one of the backyards. That also gave us a chance to ID canine poop. PEE-EWW!! LOL! (Sadly, we found no bunny poop.)
    It was a good test of my kiddo layering and diapering strategies. ;) Ophelia, Hudson and I haven't done cold, snowy adventures together before, and it's been a while since Bella and I have. 3 year old O's still potty training and 2 year old Hudson is still in diapers, so this one was kind of a test adventure for us. I didn't test my "Change the kid's clothes in the cold and snow" strategy but I did learn a few things:
    • Everyone made it home warm and dry but they would have needed a couple extra pairs of mittens if we were out any longer.
    • I need another pair or two of kiddo sunglasses for when the entire crew shows up.
    • Hudson's boots are warm and dry but he needs more traction when it's icy out.
    • A smaller, more easily accessible water bottle for quick sips is a great idea and one I need to employ so I don't have to take my pack off and dig through it every time.
    • We didn't stop for a brew-up, but I realized as I was packing that I need another plastic cup with a handle on it for the kiddos. Collapsible cups are great but little hands have a hard time holding them, especially when it's mitten weather.
    • It happened after our outing, but Abby's ankle reminded me that I need to add a small tensor bandage to my FAK when we venture farther from home. (As of last night, that has been rectified.)
    Furthermore,
    • Bella learned that she needs to eat her breakfast and DRINK her milk/juice before an adventure day
    • Ophelia learned that she needs to keep her gloves on when she plays in the cold and snow
    • Abby learned that the hike leader can only go as fast as our slowest group member. "Stay together and stay on the trail" is one of our important rules.
    Here's a video and some pictures. Thanks for watching!



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    Ninja Turtles! Are you down there?!
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    This girl, right here, is the reason we didn't finish our hike in the afternoon. She fell and sprained her ankle when we went back inside for a warm-up. :(

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    Thanks for joining us!
     
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    I like that first pic where they are all bundled up and walking in a line.
    Lets see, we've got some rabbit tracks, some cat tracks... what are they looking for in that one pic, Pennywise? ;)
     
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    Cat tracks! I knew I forgot something! Thank you!
     
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    Edits made above. Thank you!

    "Ninja Turtles, are you down there!!"
     
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    hello,
    Cousin @bacpacjac & the Padawans I am sooo jealous of all that snow you guy are enjoying :17: boo hoo..sniffle.. sob sob.. we've only had wintry showers nothing to write home about, there is a dusting of snow on them thar hills, up north the Scottish Highlands it's falling & deep too. On sniffles, I can hear a few coughs & sniffles from the Padawans. I have a hot/cold vitamin C drink for your Bubba water bottle that would do the trick. ;) It was a very nice hike around the block nevertheless, & well done Padawan pack leader/Adventure Girl Abby, thanks for sharing. :)
    Regards
    David
     
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    In bed by seven thirty, you know you're old
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    Reading about this dude's life makes me feel like a little girl with a toothache when I get chilly, camping in 35deg weather.
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    Best socks in the world
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    Figs are way underrated for breakfast
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    Nice sky on the drive home.
     
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    You might see a familiar surname involved with the "Norge" expedition....
     
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    I remember talking about that!
     
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    I have a bunch of good pics to show from a recent outing but this one is my favorite. I am really fortunate and blessed to have these 2 ladies in my life. Sitting stream side reading books that my 4 year old puts in her back pack so momma can read to her when we play in the woods.

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    I wish we had a LOVE button. This is awesome!
     
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    So which socks are those? The best socks?

    I’m a sock snob and always looking to up my game. :)
     
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    Do you have a recommendation? I love me a good pair of socks. I was thinking about trying a pair of Darned Tough socks. What's your favourite?
     
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    I have Darned Tough, Smartwool, and Farm to Feet.

    My favorites are the Farm to Feet socks. I particularly like their Madison model but folks up north might prefer one of their thicker socks.

    EDIT: Ah... interesting... I see they now have the Madison in a heavy weight version.

    https://www.farmtofeet.com/collections/men-hike/products/9785_madison_heavy_weight_crew
     
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    I'll check them out. Thanks! I'm going to treat myself to a new pair of something this weekend! :) I've been wearing Lorpen socks the past year or so and I like them almost as much as my Smart Wool. Not sure if I can find Farm to Feet around here but I'm going hunting for them. Thanks again!
     
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    such a fishing trip around the largest Polish. It is also around my village home
     

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    It wasn't much but I enjoyed a little walk in the snow all by myself early this morning. When Bella arrived at 6am, I realized that it had snowed all night and was (and is) still coming down. Not only that, but the thermometer was finally reasonable again, at just below freezing with only a slight windchill. Bella fell right back to sleep next door to still slumbering Abby, and I had accidentally roused the teenager, thinking that it was his last day of class before final exams. (Nope. He has a day off today and an exam tomorrow. OOPS!) I slipped out for a little bit of solo time before the school morning routine started. It was so peaceful out there that I didn't want to come home. :)

    The view from 'The Hole in the Fence".
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    "The Fire Tree", our spot for the 2019 Trip Report Challenge.
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    Maple and Blue Spruce
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    Ben's Willow tree looks so small in the Winter.
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    We're going to learn as much as we can about our spot over the next year, so I did a little research when I got back to learn the official name of Queen Anne's Lace: Daucus carota or Wild Carrot. (Also known as Bird's Nest or Bishop's Lace)
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    There were a bunch of these tracks. I thought there were dog at first because they seemed to follow a set of human tracks, but the human's footprints went off solo. Not sure what they were and my camera couldn't get a good picture.
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    I love how the snow sticks to the Pine needles.
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    This is Happy Jacqui. :)
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    Learn something new every day!
     
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    We took a nice snowy hike over the weekend, and explored an abandoned quarry nearby. You can climb here in the warmer months, but we just admired the icicles for now.
     
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    Not exactly a trip, but a chronology of pictures from my daily wanderings during the recent winter storm in eastern Maine...

    The front moves in, Saturday evening....

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    Temp around ten degrees with a pleasant northerly breeze on my afternoon walk. Posted this in "Blades and Beer"...

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    The forecast was for snow to start over night, changing to rain in the afternoon. Initially they were calling for anywhere from 14=24". We got about six before it switched to rain. I pretty much hung around the ranch all day, didn't take any pics until it began raining and ice began to form...

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    The following morning ( Monday) came off cold, all of the trees were covered in ice and there was a pretty stout northerly wind. The previous day's snow was covered in a crust thick enough to support my 185 lb. weight. In spite of this, on my evening walk I wore snowshoes as it's easy to blow out a knee in an unexpected thin spot. The hardened steel crampons I modded the shoes with a while back were nice as well, as the going was really slippery in places. I took a minor digger just the same. Thermometer on the trail out...

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    Wind driven snow...

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    Some pics of ice on assorted vegetation...

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    Taking a pause out of the wind in a stand of spruce and fir....

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    Following my tracks home...

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    Getting dark as I arrived....

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    Continued....
     
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    By Tuesday morning the storm had moved off, and the day dawned cold and clear. The ice still coated all the trees. View across the road from my place...

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    My weathervane in the garden coated with ice...

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    Some shots from that evening's walk...
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    The end of that day, and the end of this story. Thanks for tagging along!

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    Great pictures! Is a "minor digger" a fall or a tumble?
     
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    @x39, those are great pictures. I particularly like the sunset shots. Beautiful! Thanks for bringing us along with you!
     
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    Looks great, sarvat! Thanks for bringing us along!

    I'm curious about your coffee. Is it flavoured? We have Nescafe here too - Regular 3-in-1 (red pkg), Mocha (purple pkg) and French Vanilla (yellow pkg.) In fact, I'm having one right now. I've never seen the green packaging.
     
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    Indeed it is! The ice in some spots was so hard my crampons didn't bite in.
     
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    Ouch! I hope you're alright!
     
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    I'm fine thanks! One of the main benefits of all these little outdoor adventures is it helps one stay limber enough to withstand a few spills and such.
     
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    Phew! Agreed!
     
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