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    TOM BIHN Crew (we work here) Darcy's Avatar
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    Your Videos

    Here's a sticky thread dedicating to featuring your awesome videos. Did we miss a video? If so, let us know by responding to this thread and we'll add it.


    This is one of the many amazing videos made by maverick, a longtime member of these forums. You can see 30+ more videos made by maverick on our YouTube channel.


    firewatch's Synapse 19 packing list


    FatCrip's Aeronaut Video
    See also: his Dyneema/nylon Tri-Star and Aeronaut unboxing video, Tri-Star/Western Flyer video and his Western Flyer video

    For the French speaking amongst us:

    Caro Hardy's Synapse 19 packing list


    Ameria's Little Swift review
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    Mason Drumm's Dive Trip to Palau (or, how to pack the Aeronaut for a dive trip)
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    itsablur's Pilot review
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    itsablur's Aeronaut 30/45 review
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    Saw this co-pilot vimeo.com - can even carry a change of clothes (unless you're plus-size!)

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    Our road trip, which we sandwiched between the Grand Teton Half Marathon and the Yellowstone Half Marathon, included various national parks and national monuments.

    Here, we went hiking on Red Beds Trail, a 3-mile hiking trail that forms a ring in the vegetation line around Devils Tower National Monument in North Dakota.

    The weather was fickle--it was mostly cloudy and it rained periodically (mostly in sprinkles) during the hike, but everything in the Packing Cube Backpack stayed nice and dry.

    Because of the weather, we only saw one other group on the trail. The path was a bit muddy and slick, but we had a great time.

    We are discovering that many national parks offer "off the beaten path" walks and trails--and it is delightful that we can enjoy some nature and serenity just a short distance away from some of our most famous American landmarks!




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    Didn't see any aliens on the runway at Devil's Tower, did ya?

    Neat little video. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MtnMan View Post
    Didn't see any aliens on the runway at Devil's Tower, did ya?
    No, but I did keep my eyes peeled! Instead, we saw robins, squirrels, a rodent of some kind. And farther away downhill, cows and prairie dogs.

    Oh... And a few times, I broke out and hummed the tune from "Close Encounters"!


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