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    These guys hauling a 13' AIRE on their back over 12,000' Bishop Pass in the high Sierras for a first raft descent qualifies as the toughest of the tough in my opinion. Below is the link to VIMEO of their trip. Makes hauling the PR-49 look like just a walk in the park. lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdstrike View Post
    These guys hauling a 13' AIRE on their back over 12,000' Bishop Pass in the high Sierras for a first raft descent qualifies as the toughest of the tough in my opinion. Below is the link to VIMEO of their trip. Makes hauling the PR-49 look like just a walk in the park. lol

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    Ok Mike! You have some bad arse in you too!

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    Cool, but I did not see any horns or antlers....
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