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    I made this little video my senior year in high school as a project showing what my bro (hunt_ak) and I do without adult supervision. Sorry this video was set to music, but it didn't survive the file transfer to youtube and you guys probably wouldn't have like it anyways.

    Thought you guys might have liked to see how we passed our time growing up in Cantwell

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEoUD...layer_embedded

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    Good times, man! There is a lot to be said about letting Alaska raise our kids. Thanks for posting.
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    Default So Lanche...

    You & Hunt AK are both brothers, & mods here? Mafia??? :P

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    Brothers? What other family members we have here? Didn't know that. Guess I'll watch the vid now!

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    Great memories vid

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    Awesome video, looks like you guys took advantage of all the AK outdoors has to offer!

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    Goods times man. Sure does bring back the memories.

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    Snowboarding in a half frozen river being towed by a snowmachine...

    As the kids say nowadays, mad props for that one!

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    Very cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by asrjb25 View Post
    Snowboarding in a half frozen river being towed by a snowmachine...

    As the kids say nowadays, mad props for that one!
    That is wicked! Reminds me, we didn't have sleds as a kid but we did all dirt bike. My oldest cousin has hundreds of miles logged dragging me and his little brother on boards behind a little Xr80 (at the same time). The setup did surprisingly well on the sled trails around Palmer Fishhook.

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    Thumbs up

    Looks like you all had a great time growing up out there just need to work on those water boarding skills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncoformudv View Post
    Looks like you all had a great time growing up out there just need to work on those water boarding skills!
    Sorry for the thread-dig on this....didn't find it 'till just now

    Yeah, I had to be the guinea pig for that one. Kinda hard to turn at higher speeds with no fins. I actually did a water-start on my snowboard WITH soaking wet snowboard boots behind a jet-ski in Otto lake in Healy...it was tough

    Good times and good memories for sure with my broseph. BIGAKSTUFF knows what we're talkin' about!

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    LOL, you guys look so young! Do you both still board? I try to whenever i can, but payin for a crappy 'resort' has dampened by spirit a little when it comes to boarding. Just brought back some funny memories of when we all learned together on 'Hospital Hill'.............
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    lol, never suspected such a 'wild streak' ran thru you 2 bro's and all the gentle kids I knew here.
    Luckily my 'child' was 'shielded' from the wild bunch!!!

    Jeeez, I attempted to set snowmachine 'examples' for the younger generation during that 'era', by utilizing snowmachines safely for transportation.

    Now I see this video, I'm shocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIGAKSTUFF View Post
    LOL, you guys look so young! Do you both still board
    Still have my old Rossi, but Carly has used it more than I have....haven't strapped that thing on in like 2 years...

    Quote Originally Posted by DEDWUF View Post
    lol, never suspected such a 'wild streak' ran thru you 2 bro's and all the gentle kids I knew here.
    Luckily my 'child' was 'shielded' from the wild bunch!!!

    Jeeez, I attempted to set snowmachine 'examples' for the younger generation during that 'era', by utilizing snowmachines safely for transportation.

    Now I see this video, I'm shocked.
    C'mon, WUF, you know we were always safe!! Maybe we can find the one of me water-skippin Dad's new summit and....it didn't end well and I was buying new parts...

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    Yes, I always knew you was 'safe', no doubt in my mind.

    'Hospital hill' was named, because of..... well the name stuck.

    It would be a pleasure to see the water skipping video.
    I couldn't do that with my '61' Polaris, could shift gears fast enough,LOL.

    Great thread!

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    Cool vid, Luke. Glad my kids didn't record some of the things they did <grin>.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bushrat View Post
    Cool vid, Luke. Glad my kids didn't record some of the things they did <grin>.
    I am sure it is a good thing most of us did not record a lot of the stunts we did as kids or our parents might be going balder and grayer now and our children would be trying even crazier stunts!

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    Hospital Hill casualties;

    1. Joanna Chesley cuts tendon in finger in half cutting hot dog sticks= stiches

    2. Johnny Dowdy gets underclipped by his brother on a sled and splits lip completley in half. = stiches

    3. Blaine Mayo gets sent down hill in a wood sled, only to crash feet first into parked snowmachine = broken leg

    4. Junior Nickley suffers back sprain in the above wood sled accident.

    5. Kevin Herman bruises ribs and bends Superjag handlebars jumping snowgo off our snowboard ramp. That was awesome

    6. I crash innertube into only tree within a 100 yard gap = twisted ankle, removal of tree!

    7. First hill we all tried to snowboard down = sore bums and many bruises


    I don't know how Luke never went to the hospital from that hill, he should have a couple of times.
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    That was cool..., even painfull....but Cool none the less!


    I vid record my kids, and totally enjoy looking back at all the hunting weve done in the last 20 years, even the old 8mm stuff........but not my own teen years......it would have all been animal deaths and porn.
    At least we can post our hunting "snuff flicks" here, and people actually like it



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